Status of HLFS project
sfaulborn at web.de
Wed Sep 27 09:19:20 PDT 2006
I have already developed a pretty stable HLFS (ie. I have not found a
Have a look at http://www.secure-slinux.org.
Basically it is based on HLFS SVN-20060717 with kernel updated to
188.8.131.52 and grsecurity
updated to 2.1.9-184.108.40.206.
There are a few bugs fixed in the book. It would be a matter of a few
hours to list them here in
the mailing list.
It has a lot of features added and lots of packages from BLFS run on it
with no problem at all,
including XOrg, XFCE, Firefox, postfix, fcron, etc. Of course for a base
HLFS we don't need
A slightly older version (however with little change) has been running
for over half a year on
a production server. No problems either.
If there is any interest, I could post those changes!
> Re: Status of HLFS project
> Robert Connolly <robert at linuxfromscratch.org>
> Wed, 20 Sep 2006 21:25:24 -0400
> Hardened LFS Development List <hlfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org>
>Great :-) I can't wait to see.
>On Tuesday 19 September 2006 17:37, Robert Baker wrote:
>> Well I have about the same schedule as you Robert, but I am willing to
>>throw my hat in the ring to help maintain HLFS-Stable. I have a big
>>interest in seeing that we can work out a hardened system capable of being
>>used for stable server environments. I think that starting another branch
>>for Stable is exactly what needs to happen. I am more than willing to sink
>>a good 10-20 hrs a week into maintaining, and I have allready begun working
>>on a branch of the SVN-20060717 build of HLFS. I am taking your suggestions
>>at face value, and making the required adaptations to work from a more
>>stable package set. I will have my edited HLFS-Book ready for review
>>sometime this weekend time permitting.
>>Hopefully we can get the ball rolling here, and I would love to help out
>>with what time I have to do so.
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