r64 - in trunk/text: chapter01 chapter04

robert at linuxfromscratch.org robert at linuxfromscratch.org
Sun Jan 9 07:57:46 PST 2005


Author: robert
Date: 2005-01-09 08:57:46 -0700 (Sun, 09 Jan 2005)
New Revision: 64

Added:
   trunk/text/chapter04/01-aboutlfs.txt
Modified:
   trunk/text/chapter01/changelog.txt
Log:
added aboutlfs page

Modified: trunk/text/chapter01/changelog.txt
===================================================================
--- trunk/text/chapter01/changelog.txt	2005-01-09 12:59:31 UTC (rev 63)
+++ trunk/text/chapter01/changelog.txt	2005-01-09 15:57:46 UTC (rev 64)
@@ -93,4 +93,4 @@
 Spell checked.
 
 January 9th, 2005 [Robert]
-Bump linux-libc-headers to 2.6.10.
+Bump linux-libc-headers to 2.6.10. Added aboutlfs.txt page to chapter 4.

Added: trunk/text/chapter04/01-aboutlfs.txt
===================================================================
--- trunk/text/chapter04/01-aboutlfs.txt	2005-01-09 12:59:31 UTC (rev 63)
+++ trunk/text/chapter04/01-aboutlfs.txt	2005-01-09 15:57:46 UTC (rev 64)
@@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
+# - Chapter 4 - About $LFS
+
+# Normally a new partition is used to store, build, and install the new
+# system and sources. This partition can be added to the boot loader at the
+# end of the installation. This partition will need to be about 1200
+# megabytes, though with uClibc you can get away with less.
+
+# Usually this LFS partition is mounted to /mnt/lfs. You can use any mount
+# point that you like, but you will need to modify the LFS variable in user
+# lfs's .bashrc if you do.
+
+# It is not mandatory to add the LFS variable to root's .bash_profile, but
+# it is suggested in case you log out and back in.
+
+# So first create a partition and mount it to /mnt/lfs, then as root:
+
+echo "export LFS=/mnt/lfs" >> ~/.bash_profile &&
+export LFS=/mnt/lfs
+




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