LFS-6.6, Stage2, glibc, nscd.c:442

Paul Rogers paulgrogers at fastmail.fm
Tue Jun 1 11:51:12 PDT 2010


> "Your distro, your rules" - but going along with that, there's the
> unstated "your rules, your problems". There's nothing wrong with
> exploring uncharted waters, but if you sail into the middle of "here be
> dragons", you can't expect to stop and ask for directions...

There was a guy chained to the mast of the last boat I passed.  He
told me where to not go.  Asked me if I'd seen Penelope.  Who's
Penelope?

> Well yes, that's true. But then, LFS is a natural path for those of us
> who learn by taking things apart and trying to put them back together
> again. Having it still actually working afterwards was always a
> bonus... :)

Otherwise we'd use that OTHER software we can't touch, eh?

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