LFS cloning

David Wilson David.Wilson at mbf.com.au
Wed Feb 11 20:40:46 PST 2004


I found isolinux to be the easiest. Check the lfs-hints for complete
instructions.






>>> kunil at dsp.itb.ac.id 02/12/04 07:33pm >>>
How can I make my CDROM/partition bootable ? Should I follow " Making
LFS
Bootable" part again ?

> The easiest way is to tar/bzip2 it up and copy it to another
> computer/partition. Make sure you exclude the /proc directory.
> I have saved a few versions of lfs this and copied them all to a
> bootable CD. I then boot up with the CD, mount the hard drive,
> uncompress the tar file and voila.
> David

>>>> grudziar at linuxhightech.com 02/11/04 12:01pm >>>
> I would like to clone my LFS system from the desktop onto my laptop
> (assume an empty hard drive on the laptop).  Is there a way of doing
> that?
>
> Thanks.
> Arkady.
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