LFS Version 6.2 - Chapter 6. Installing Basic System Software - Autoconf-2.59

Mag. Leonhard Landrock 1977-Hamlet at gmx.at
Tue Aug 15 13:05:52 PDT 2006

Am Dienstag, 15. August 2006 21:24 schrieb Dan Nicholson:
> On 8/15/06, Mag. Leonhard Landrock <1977-Hamlet at gmx.at> wrote:
> > BTW: Is there a suimple an well known way to remove the "wrong" perl
> > installation?
> >
> > For my first working (!) LFS installation I simple want to get the whole
> > stuff running. -> It is OK for me to have an unused perl in "/usr"local"
> > if that is the safest way to get it work.
> I wouldn't leave it there. It's already proven to screw you once.


> It's 
> easy to remove right now because it should be the only thing in
> /usr/local. You could do
> find /usr/local -type f | xargs rm -f

Great! This way I get all regular files removed and keep the directory 
structure. :-)

BTW: I did a check - take a look at "/usr/local/bin/". There I found two perl 
programs not mentioned in the LFS book "Short Descriptions".

The two programs are "cpan" and "prove". Maybe one could mention them in the 
LFS book "Short Descriptions" - nevertheless there might be no real need.

> Or, blow away the entire /usr/local directory and rebuild the basic
> directory structure from Ch. 6.5.

No thanks. ;-)

> http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/stable/chapter06/creatingdirs.html
> Of course, the best way would be a package manager, but that's OT.

Yes. Something for beyond, beyond LFS aka BBLFS. ;-)

> --
> Dan


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