using non HDD system as host
emiller at techskills.com
Wed Oct 23 09:02:27 PDT 2002
> Does anyone have any experiences/feedback with using a boot disk or
> CD-based install (slackware, coollinux, etc) as a host system for
> building LFS?
this seems to be a VFAQ, isn't it?
i used knoppix, a linux on cd distribution to build lfs cvs from not long
ago, a short time before 4.0 was out. it worked perfectly well.
Chris, Luis, and Bobby-
Two more CD host questions:
- The CD systems (knoppix, Chris's LFS CD, etc.) come in an .iso. How do
you include the LFS source tarball on the cd? I can't seem to umount any CD
system (makes sense) so I can't just pop it out and put the CD in with the
tar. Is there some way to burn the .iso w/ the source tarball?
- How did you guys address the swap problem? I think I want to use Chris'
disk, its solid. What does that use for swap, and whats the best way to
address this? see previous post and Mr. Lightmans response.
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