jhalfs on an NFS partition
Richard A Downing
richard at langside.org.uk
Tue Nov 29 07:31:36 PST 2005
On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 09:21:48 -0500
Jeremy Huntwork <jhuntwork at linuxfromscratch.org> wrote:
> Richard A Downing wrote:
> > I can confirm that this problem goes away with a more recent xsltproc. I suggest that the script checks for the version number of the libxslt installed when it checks that xsltproc is pressent. I don't know the earliest version that works though.
> Funny you should say this. I'm working on a solution (mostly for the
> sake of my own education) that would negate the dependency on libxslt
> and xsltproc.
> I'll post about it more later today... probably. :)
Interesting, but I rather like xsltproc - it has few vices that affect me. I can't remember why I installed it on the firewall - something I wanted required it long ago - anyway, it's updated to a modern version now (and libxml2).
I'm really pleased with jhalfs. For a slow old box (200Mhz - 32mb) like this, it's ideal - add lots of swap, start 'nice' in the background, leave it thrashing for a week until the job's done. The next interesting job will be getting it from the nfs mounted partition to the 4G harddrive - I suspect a screwdriver job there if I can find a spare ide connector in my workstation.
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