Using package management

Zeb Packard cyphercell4 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 25 01:05:39 PST 2008


The 1st RULE of Linux From Scratch is: You do not talk about package
management. (sed 's/talk/argue/g')

The 2nd RULE of Linux From Scratch is: You DO NOT talk about  package
management.

The 3rd RULE of Linux From Scratch is: If a package says "ERROR" or
core dumps, configs out the build is over.

The 4th RULE of Linux From Scratch is: Only two eyes to a build. (pay
attention)

The 5th RULE of Linux From Scratch is: One build at a time.

The 6th RULE of Linux From Scratch is: No shirts, no shoes. (hah
that's funny, I'm not backing it up.)

The 7th RULE of Linux From Scratch is: Builds will go on as long as
they have to.

The 8th RULE of Linux From Scratch is: If this is your first night at
Linux From Scratch, you HAVE to build it from SCRATCH.



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