Am I in the right place?

zxunix at netscape.net zxunix at netscape.net
Wed Mar 27 03:32:07 PST 2002


Yes. I do near the same thing. (but i hate kde/gnome, so i build WindowMaker/BlackBox/XFCE)

The system run very well, is steady and upper-class lean...

PS: Sorry, my English sucks (my primary languages are Italian and Portuguese)


Mojo <mojo at switch7.net> wrote:

>Okay I stumbled onto LFS somehow - this is what I want to do:
>
>* Build a Linux system from scratch with no distro-specific stuff.
>* Build this with the latest kernel release (2.5.7)
>* Build with the latest KDE (2.2.2) release.
>* Build with the latest GNOME (1.4) release.
>* Build with the latest Xfree86 (4.2.0) release.
>* Build without the crap that bogs down most distros (like old obsolete 
>programs - or programs which are clones of another.
>* Build to suit me.
>* Build from Tarballs.
>
>I've spent the last 4 nights downloading the latest releases of things 
>in tarballs (Xfree, gnome, kde, kernel, VMware etc).
>Now I think ill need a list of things i definatly need (like GCC) and 
>get them.
>
>And then start the mission!
>
>Okay so guys - is it possible for me to do the above - is LFS the right 
>place to be - am I on the right mailing list?
>
>Thanks again!
>
>
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