qlogin not working on a CD

wizztick wizztick at westen.2y.net
Wed Oct 10 18:39:21 PDT 2001


As I recall correctly Chris' package is using a floppy to save some config
and other data.
This CD is indeed overkill when only used to repair or install a LFS system.

But if some people like to play with Linux without the 'trouble' of
installing. Then this CD is great.

Christof

From: "Gerard Beekmans" <gerard at linuxfromscratch.org>


> On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 12:11:58AM +0100, Chris Lingard wrote:
> > My bootable CD runs at level 3,  I have already posted the package.  You
> > need to login and it runs as a full LFS Linux system.
>
> I'm just curious why install a run level system on a boot cd? Isn't the
> meaning of a bootable cd to have a system handy to repair a damaged
system?
> I think in that case a multi-user setup including sysvinit is overkill.
Why
> protect the system with passwords, it's not that it's the main system or
> anything. Personally I would start with init=/bin/bash to just get to the
> shell right away and start doing my stuff.
>
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