r5088 - in trunk/BOOK: . general/sysutils introduction/welcome

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Mon Sep 19 13:28:21 PDT 2005


TheOldFellow wrote these words on 09/19/05 15:24 CST:

> Do you mean: Don't put whitespace before the <screen> on a line?  If so
> that's easily fixed.

Yes, exactly. <screen> should be flush against the left margin.


> I'm more concerned now though with your implication that <screen> tags
> are used to automate something.  I used the screen section but this is
> really just a glorified 'make check' - it probably shouldn't be included
> in any automated building without thought.
> 
> What do you suggest?

I don't know exactly how the commands are sniffed out from the XML.
I would think it would have to be the <screen> and <screen role="root">
that does it though. I know the procedure differentiates between
normal user and root user commands and this is the only way I know
you could find out which is which.

Manuel, Bruce, a little help here?  :-)

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Randy

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