[lfs-support] Support or Video links to follow along with LFS book
wallylepore at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 13:24:18 PDT 2012
> Something I was curious about was something even simpler
> and users don't even need web access or a gui with their host OS.
> The idea is to use script or script replay! ....(continued)
Thanks for that interesting reply and suggestion. I am not quite up to
the level of script replay as it is rather beyond my capabilities at
this point. I did read up on script replay at the link below.
BTW, I did read the LFS FAQ and turned off HTML. I am not sure what
you are receiving on your end but HTML is turned off in this google
gmail (at least in this particular email instance). Please let me know
(anyone) if the HTML link (above) is delivered in good form as
requested by the LFS FAQ titled, "What about netiquette?".
I do need to re-read the above link again before script replay begins
to sink in. I just wanted to let you know that I do read your emails
and absolutely appreciate all suggestions.
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 4:54 PM, William Harrington <berzerkula at cox.net> wrote:
> On Sep 21, 2012, at 10:56 AM, Wally Lepore wrote:
>> I would kindly like to know if there exists a support group or
>> youtube video series that helps a novice "walk thrrough" the entire
>> process of building a basic distro while simultaneously following
>> every step of the way utilizing the LFS book.
> Something I was curious about was something even simpler and users
> don't even need web access or a gui with their host OS.
> The idea is to use script or script replay!
> script -t 2>lfs.timing lfs.session
> Do all your introduction and setup and all and go through the first
> package maybe even up to GCC to show how to do those commands.
> ctrl-d and all that is saved
> Build some more and then when you start to work setting up chroot
> append to the script
> script -t 2>lfs.timing -a lfs.session
> go through that and building some things... you can skip whatever is
> needed (because all output will be scripted as well... so building
> while not on a fast machine can make the script quite boring).
> Then when getting to another big section like configuring the system
> and fstab and networking.. append to the script again
> Then users can download the files and replay the script
> scriptreplay lfs.timing lfs.session
> By the way, it'll script everything, even your typos! Hah!
> William Harrington
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