Philipp Christian Ammann
pca at 4-mail.net
Mon Sep 26 11:03:47 PDT 2005
Matthew Burgess wrote:
> I think the LFS-liveCD's main (perhaps only?) purpose is to be able to
> build the version of the LFS book it is numbered after (i.e.
> livecd-6.1-x is designed to be a suitable host for LFS-6.1). As such,
> bin86 isn't required as GRUB is used as the bootloader in LFS-6.1.
hmm...i think the older lfs-books used lilo. ok, i know it's called
i just thought, if someone is up to implement bin86, it would be much
more comfortable to wait a bit then to compile bin86 each time i need it
into the ramdisk and loose it if i have to reboot. and remastering the
livecd is a bit boring and i told you, i'm VERY lazy :-)
anyway, thank you. maybe, if i haven't got anything else to, i'll build
an extended livecd. i'll tell you.
thanks & regards
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