chapter 5 - gcc: echo > instead of echo >>
rbpark at ualberta.ca
Thu Jan 16 02:36:44 PST 2003
Alas! Antoine Leca spake thus:
> >This is one of the reasons that I advocate copy and pasting...
> Perhaps it avoids this, but I still think it is better and
> more efficient to learn while typing than while blindly
> copying 'n pasting. At least you really learn what you are
> making (and after all this is LFS' main goal, isn't it?)
I learn just fine. That's because I read the instructions, and I read
the commands. Then I copy and paste them, to avoid errors.
Experience teaches you that the man who looks you straight in the eye,
particularly if he adds a firm handshake, is hiding something.
-- Clifton Fadiman, "Enter Conversing"
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