[lfs-support] Best Linux Version for LFS?
akuktin at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 12:37:26 PDT 2012
>On Wed, 10 Oct 2012 18:31:31 +0100
>Ken Moffat <zarniwhoop at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> All distros think they own /boot : this will make updating kernels
> fun if more than one distro (or LFS+distro) is involved.
Not only that, but most believe they also own the master boot record.
Some are even very proactive in repartitioning the hard-drive to make
it conform to their idea of the world.
Pro tip: If your MBR ever gets blown off, it is relatively easily
fixed. First, you should make a copy of it and store this copy
somewhere safe (far from the HDD under risk).
dd if=/dev/sda of=copy_of_MBR bs=512 count=1
Then, if the MBR gets destroyed, copy the MBR back.
dd if=copy_of_MBR of=/dev/sda conv=notrunc
It also possible to reconstruct the MBR without this but it is
much more difficult.
Fourth law of programming:
Anything that can go wrong wi
sendmail: segmentation violation - core dumped
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