Fix for minor typo in jhalf comments
jwrober at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 06:29:14 PDT 2009
Mike McCarty wrote:
> James Robertson wrote:
>> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>>> I agree. I use it all the time when checking out a new book for release.
>>> -- Bruce
>> I agree as well. Once I figured out more on how the tool works, I am
>> now using to create well executed custom builds that combine lfs, blfs,
>> and my customizations all in one setup process. I plan to publish my
>> work once i get it going for lfs 6.5.
> Wonderful! I've built LFS four times now, and have a machine which
> can boot it, though I don't use that machine. I've wanted to start
> in on BLFS, with an eye on using LFS+BLFS as my main system, and
> leaving my current distro behind, as it is no longer supported, and
> I've had little success in requesting changes from the supplier
> of my current distro.
> If you get things more or less automated, I'd love to see the
> results. Slogging through the book isn't something I enjoy in
> and of itself. I've been doing software requirements, design,
> implementation, and support for about 20 years, and I'm not
> an eager beaver for building my own system. I just want _control_
> of my own system, and there doesn't seem any way to do that
> other than to build.
> Anything to make the process more automated is appreciated!
Sure no problem. JSYK my build scripts are for servers and not a
desktop replacement, so I don't install every BLFS package. I also add
a collection of custom packages that are not part of BLFS. If you
really want a desktop replacement, I would recommend Ubuntu. I use that
as my main desktop for day to day work. I have no issues with it and it
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