randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Nov 21 14:23:44 PST 2005
M.Canales.es wrote these words on 11/21/05 16:10 CST:
> Is Kerberos a required dependency for some package? If yes, the it must be
> installed, if not, then no problem.
> That is to handle "requred" dependencies, and maybe "recomended", the ones
> needed to run the commands hardcoded in the book.
Even then, some packages will be troublesome. Don't get me wrong, I'm
not picking on the idea, I'm just saying it is going to be difficult.
Take for example a package that requires a database to be installed.
The book says required is "MySQL, PostgreSQL or Berkely DB". What to
do in that instance?
Additionally will be the stuff in <replaceable tags>. Just more
to think about.
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