Simon Geard delgarde at ihug.co.nz
Sun Mar 12 01:12:41 PST 2006

On Sun, 2006-03-12 at 10:27 +0200, Ag Hatzim wrote:
> But this make me wonder.
> Whats the purpose of doing L(B)FS then if that not leads to personal knowledge?
> That means if you first study the generic loop code you could improve
> it (you can use variables or make a list of the packages you want to
> install,automatically download the sources etc...) and you can finally
> have a script to use it and for the next xorg release just by
> changing the versions in the script or add any possible fixes.

Indeed, and the personal knowledge it leads to in this case is how to
script everything. I doubt many people have the patience to do build LFS
systems by hand more than a few times - I suspect most long-term LFS
users are like myself, and have automated the process long ago.

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