[lfs-support] Video Tutorials
wallylepore at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 12:22:15 PDT 2012
>> 2) Also read that LFS may not recognize IDE disk drives during a compile.
> >My understanding is that LFS prefers SCSI drives but if one digs he can
>> configure LFS to recognize SCSI drives?
>Where did you read that? It's wrong. LFS will use anything the host uses.
I stand corrected. Upon watching the video again, I believe he was talking
about setting up LFS in a Virtual Box (VB) environment using the LFS LiveCd
and adjusting the settings in VB to point to IDE drive's at boot-up (if
using one). He went on to say that the reason is that the modern kernels
assume your using the latest hardware and VB defaults to pointing to SCSI
drives at boot-up.
The IDE versus SCSI "potential" conflict is located at this video link
(below). Please go to runtime 22:30 (where he discusses in detail). Then he
mentions it again briefly at runtime 38:13
Thank you for the correction.
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 2:19 PM, Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wally Lepore wrote:
> > Hi Jasmine,
> > I did read your reply and appreciate the kind suggestions. I am currently
> > reading the "Essential pre-reading for life with LFS", reading the LFS
> > along with hunting the net for additional youtube videos and other
> > avenues dedicated to helping newbies with whatever it takes to get afoot
> > hold on the build process.
> > I have partitioned drives in the past and have experience with computer
> > hardware.
> > Some really beginner questions that I'm dealing with (so you get an idea
> > what is in the mind of a newbie) are:
> > 1) Is it better to use a host distribution (to begin the build process)
> > that is Debian, Arch, Slackware or Fedora based verses a fork such as
> > Ubuntu, Linux Mint or any of the other hundreds out there? I was reading
> > and watching a video that suggested that Slackware Linux and Arch Linux
> > pretty much plain vanilla distros and good for a host build.
> Any of the above will work as long as the host system requirements are met.
> > 2) Also read that LFS may not recognize IDE disk drives during a compile.
> > My understanding is that LFS prefers SCSI drives but if one digs he can
> > configure LFS to recognize SCSI drives?
> Where did you read that? It's wrong. LFS will use anything the host uses.
> > I would be looking for a host that works best with the LFS book as my
> > number one goal is to simply learn how to build a distro.
> The most common I see here is Ubuntu, but 'best' really isn't an issue.
> Whatever you are comfortable with is best.
> -- Bruce
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