[blfs-support] Latest news in GNOME world
lux-integ at btconnect.com
Thu Nov 15 04:05:07 PST 2012
On Thursday 15 November 2012 07:21:05 Simon Geard wrote:
> And yet us LFS people seem to manage. It's fiddly, certainly, but it's a
> complex area. Do you think you could design a better system?
I beleive my post was about configuring grub2.
The files in /etc/grub.d makes certian impositions including name of kernel
etc and it seems imposible to manually generate a configuration file.
This has changed since grub-1.98. And I too have been using lfs/clfs for the
last decade. I have tried lilo ( only one workable on pure amd64-bit
builds until recently) grub-0.9x, isolinux, redboot (superH) et al.
Please read carefully before you start attacking people and by extension
implying their abilities are inferior. This is also a form of attempted-
AND to answer your question; YES I am sure with sufficient time and support
I could design a better one but I aint interested. Computers are tools for me
not ends in themselves.
More information about the blfs-support