declan.moriarty at ntlworld.ie
Sat Oct 9 05:08:23 PDT 2004
On Fri, Oct 08, 2004 at 07:34:45PM -0700, Jeremy Utley enlightened us thusly
> Steven C. wrote:
> >Hmm ok so here is what I want to acoplish
> >I want to put together a LFS system on a laptop with
> >no cd rom drive and only a wireless connection to the
> >internet. Now the way I wanna do this is my wireless
> >card is supported in the kernel so im sure I can get
> >access with a boot floppy or some other small distro.
> >What I dont wanna do is compile on it considering its
> >only a 100mhz with 16 mb of ram. So my question is is
> >there a way of compiling it over the network on a
> >faster computer but have the prefix for the compiled
> >package on a remote client?
> There's a couple of possibilities, but far easier thing is to build the
> system on the hard drive of your faster computer, then once complete,
> tar it up, and transfer it to the slower computer.
There's a crosscompiling hint in the PREVIOUS_FORMAT section...
With best Regards,
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