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LFS (Linux From Scratch) for people new to Linux

Posted 05-01-2006 at 12:53 AM by threekgtvr4

Here is my first blog on this forum. Since I have been enjoying this site since I found it, I figured "might as well"... This blog will show the fun and headaches in building a Linux From Scratch (LFS) system from the eyes of someone who is VERY new to Linux.

Since this blog is being written as I learn, the "teachings" may jump around from time to time. Eventually this "tutorial" will be posted to the Do It Yourself portion of my site, and will be more step-by-step than this blog will be.

Please watch this blog if you are a newbie to the Linux operating system that is interested in building your very own, fully customized Linux OS. Or if you are a "seasoned veteran" that is interested in building a LFS or can possibly throw in your own tips on building a LFS (haven't looked at the blog system here and I'm not sure wether or not you can post to someone else's blog or not, but I'm guessing that you can). I will be updating this blog as often as I can find time between all my current projects.

Thank you, and I hope you enjoy and I can help shed some light to the Linux newbies out there, since I am one.

edit: Throughout this (and other "tutorials" I make) if you come across a "note" wrapped with parenthesis (), you can just jump over these as they are just little "hints" or "tips" that may help someone along the way. I know it helps me understand what I'm saying to you, hehe.

Jerred
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