Understanding 32/64 bit issues

Thomas Pegg thomasp at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Jul 28 06:56:50 PDT 2005

On Thu, 2005-07-28 at 09:42 -0400, Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
> Thomas Pegg wrote:

> > I've got x86_64 hardware available and would be willing to help
> > development.
> Excellent! :)
> Of course, as you may already be aware, currently the livecd uses 
> Makefiles to script the build which we keep in the livecd repo. When I 
> first wrote them there were several reasons I opted for Makefiles 
> instead of using, say, nALFS ;) I know that might look bad being the 
> ALFS project lead and all... :)
Not necessarily. It was your decision to do it in a way that you felt
comfortable with. 
> Anyway, any objection to learning and using the Makefiles?
No objections here, I'll do it just like I did with ALFS, learn the
syntax and work with it.
Even before I started working with nALFS and the profiles, I did my
builds with some scripts I wrote, but then switched to nALFS, because I
found it interesting, then as I got comfortable using it, I replaced my
old scripts with it.

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