[lfs-support] prerequisites reading and kernel build
tw3akurb0x at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 5 14:38:06 PDT 2012
going thru the prerequisites again and decided to build a custom kernel for my distro.
linux gets confusing because of the independent thinking both good and bad...
1. distro call for debian is export cpu flags and so on... and the straight build is j4.... or +1 or all the virtual cpu's depends on what tutorial you read. etc...
2.one of the great things is the script since 2.6 kernel localmoduleconf or whatever I forget... that builds the loaded modules... just thinking about all the choices in menuconfig even after coping my distro's config files over.... headache.
3. what is the abi in the boot??? modules ??? or linking to modules???
remember things have changed much since I last built LFS. and I am a lowly roofer by trade... this is only a hobby and I've not started to work on LFS again... only the prerequisites..... lots of reading. tweak
From: Jasmine Iwanek <jasmine at iwanek.co.uk>
To: LFS Support List <lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 5, 2012 2:44 PM
Subject: Re: [lfs-support] LFS 7.2 GCC pass 1
On 2012-09-05 19:01, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Baho Utot wrote:
>> I still think that helping others even if they have failed to follow
>> book is a worthy goal as it shows where the book my be improved.
>> knows by some not following the book new things are learned?
> I don't have problem with users not following the book. It's just
> sometimes an attitude comes across and that makes it more difficult
> want to help.
> We always suggest a manual build for first time users. Knowing how
> is supposed to work is really useful before making custom changes.
> is 'Your distro, your rules.'
> IMO, building twice, the first time by the book without
> customization/scripts, really will save time in the long run.
> -- Bruce
Thank you Bruce, You worded that far better than I had. (:
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