TODO list.. Master jhalfs script.
manuel at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri Feb 10 10:24:51 PST 2006
El Viernes, 10 de Febrero de 2006 04:53, escribió:
> Would 'wget' and 'sudo' be the absolute minimum required to bootstrap
> BLFS inside a fresh LFS build?
I think that the minimun are "sudo" and a text browser.
"sudo" due that actually is need to have available "sudo" before to run the
generated BLFS scripts.
A text browser is needed due that the user must be able to can read the BLFS
book before install any BLFS package to can decide if the default
commands/configurations are good for their system or need some customization.
I think that Links would be the best option, due that is a plain CMMI.
"wget" is useful only if the fresh LFS system is ready to connect to Internet.
I.e., if the user have a ethernet connection that don't depend on other
packages (ppp, dhcp, etc.)
"gpm" isn't required, but could be nice to have it available from the
Manuel Canales Esparcia
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