i was succesfully compiled lfs6.0

Erik Hurtado Sepulveda ehurtado at zaptv.cl
Tue Dec 21 04:58:53 PST 2004


Markus Mahlberg wrote:
> Erik Hurtado Sepulveda wrote:
> 
> 
>>Markus Mahlberg wrote:
>>
>>>Erik Hurtado Sepulveda wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>ok, i will try it, next step is create a bootable cd to untar the tgz
>>>>archive, somebody has made something similar?, some prescription for
>>>>this?
>>>>
>>>>thx.
>>>>regards
>>>
>>>
>>>It's pretty easy to do it yourself:
>>>There are several howtos for creating bootable CD-Roms with initial
>>>ramdisks. You could use busybox for the basic tools.
>>>Think this will meet you requirements.
>>>
>>>If you don't want to do it yourself:I have sth like that somewhere
>>>around, I'll have a look for it (if you want to).
>>>
>>>Regards,
>>>
>>>Markus
>>
>>this is right what looked for, my idea is create a minimalist system to
>>be able to untar my lfs system on my hard disc's.
>>i already have something howtos about to create bootcd's, but i'm not
>>understand at all, where can i found any other howto?(i interesting in
>>busybox),i'll never create a bootcd before, and i very interested in
>>learning like doing them.
> 
> busybox.net gives a good doc.
> 
> Basically it works like that:
> 
> 1) compile a kernel
> 
> 2) compile busybox (there's a menuconfig)
> 
> 3) make an initrd (4096k should be enough) and mount it as a loop device
> 
> 4) install busybox to the mountpoint of the initrd
> 
> 5) zip the initrd
> 
> 6) make a bootable CD using syslinux and setting the initrd parameter in
> isolinux.cfg
> 
> If you provide some webspace (you are working for a tv-channel, don't you),
> I'll be glad to write a complete howto + make up the image. There might be
> other people interested in this, and as your employer benefits from it,
> they can sponsor this effort, can't they? ;-)
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Markus

Ok, thx, i try to do this as soon as i can, and i upload to the web.;)
bie

regards

Atte:
Erik Hurtado Sepulveda
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