[lfs-support] What Is "The" LFS Partition?
r0b0sputz at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 09:08:48 PST 2012
I might suggest trying gentoo linux or at least look at the installation
instructions. Using mke2fs does not remove your partitions it formats them
to the desired file system and as for using a ssd drive up it might be
better to use a standard drive for now until you can setup an environment
that allows you to do some of the compiling in temp ram file systems to cut
down on the rewrites on the ssd drive. And as for documentation the web is
full of I formation I relied on it when I first built LFS but I also had
several years of experience installing gentoo and that helped a lot.
On Nov 5, 2012 10:52 AM, "Feuerbacher, Alan" <AFeuerbacher at allegromicro.com>
> Bruce wrote:
> > > One of the problems with learning the nuts and bolts of Linux is, as
> > > Richard Stallman wrote back in the 1990s, that the documentation is
> > > sparse at best.
> > That's not true today.
> Ok, then, in addition to beating myself up with LFS, can you suggest any
> reading material that really goes into the nuts and bolts? I mean like
> discussing the details of what I'm trying to learn from you and Philippe
> with regard to mke2fs and partitioning and all that?
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