alfs reports

Pierre Labastie pierre.labastie at neuf.fr
Thu Feb 28 12:41:44 PST 2013


Le 27/02/2013 18:38, Bruce Dubbs a écrit :
>
> This is what I came up with.  I like to use a little more white space
> and line things up vertically when there is similar structure.
>
> There is slightly more in LFS Section 9.3 but I don't think we need to
> mention all of that here.
>
>
Is it OK If I commit the following? Added the mounting of
the virtual filesystems as a first step, with otherwise Bruce's
changes.
------------------ jhalfs-trunk.orig/common/makefile-functions 
2012-03-17 11:35:41.000000000 +0100
+++ jhalfs-trunk/common/makefile-functions      2013-02-28 
21:34:01.000000000 +0100
@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@
    echo $(BOLD) The report file $(BLUE)$(1)$(BOLD) has been created ; \
    echo ; \
    echo $(WHITE)Please send the $(BOLD)$(MOUNT_PT)/jhalfs/$(1)$(WHITE) ; \
-  echo file to $(BOLD)manuel at linuxfromscratch.org$(WHITE) ; \
+  echo file to $(BOLD)jhalfs-reports at linuxfromscratch.org$(WHITE) ; \
    echo ; \
    echo That will help us to keep more accurate SBU and ; \
    echo disk usage values into the book. Thanks. ; \
@@ -200,30 +200,33 @@
    @echo To be able to boot your new system you need to follow
    @echo the next steps:$(WHITE)
    @echo
+  @echo  $(tab_)- Mount the virtual kernel file systems
+  @echo
    @echo  $(tab_)- Enter to the chroot using the command found
    @echo  $(tab_)in the section -Entering the Chroot Environment-
    @echo  $(tab_)except if building CLFS with METHOD=boot.
    @echo
    @echo  $(tab_)- Set a password for the root user.
    @echo
-  @echo  $(tab_)- Edit or create /etc/fstab, /etc/hosts, 
/etc/sysconfig/clock,
-  @echo  $(tab_)/etc/sysconfig/console, /etc/sysconfig/network,
-  @echo  $(tab_)/etc/sysconfig//network-devices/ifconfig.eth0/ipv4 and
-  @echo  $(tab_)any other configuration file required to suit your needs.
-  @echo
-  @echo  $(tab_)- Exit from the chroot.
+  @echo  $(tab_)- Edit or create /etc/fstab,
+  @echo  $(tab_)                 /etc/hosts,
+  @echo  $(tab_)                 /etc/sysconfig/clock,
+  @echo  $(tab_)                 /etc/sysconfig/console,
+  @echo  $(tab_)                 /etc/sysconfig/network,
+  @echo  $(tab_)                 /etc/sysconfig/ifconfig.eth0
+  @echo  $(tab_)and any other configuration file required to suit your 
needs.
    @echo
    @echo  $(tab_)- Set-up the boot loader, except if building CLFS with 
METHOD=boot.
-  @echo  $(tab_)You can set-up the host bootloader or the new boot-loader
-  @echo  $(tab_)installed on the new system.
-  @echo  $(tab_)If the last, you must to mount the virtual filesystems, 
re-enter
-  @echo  $(tab_)the chroot and be sure that /dev is populated with the
-  @echo  $(tab_)required devices before configure the boot-loader. When 
ready,
-  @echo  $(tab_)exit from the chroot and umount the filesystems
+  @echo
+  @echo  $(tab_)You can set-up the new boot-loader installed on the new 
system
+  @echo  $(tab_)or the host bootloader.
+  @echo
+  @echo  $(tab_)If the last, it is better to exit first from the chroot.
+  @echo
+  @echo  $(tab_)- Exit from the chroot and umount the filesystems.
    @echo
    @echo If you are an experienced LFS user, several of those steps can be
    @echo skipped or done in a different way. But then, that is something
-  @echo that you already know and there is no need to discuss it here.
+  @echo you already know and there is no need to discuss it here.
    @echo $(BOLD)
    @echo 
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    @echo  $(tab_)$(tab_)$(GREEN)Have a nice day $(ORANGE):-\)$(BOLD)



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