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LFS is a project that provides you with the steps necessary to build your own custom Linux system.
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EDIT: Well back to topic How does one make this, creating an installable BLFS...?
But, if you patch your kernel,etc for aufs,squashfs,lzma and use Linux Live Scripts on it
it will create a distro from your installed system that runs just like Slax, with persistency,etc off cd/usb/hdd
what kernel version does your BLFS install run??
I am currently compiling slack 12.2's 188.8.131.52 kernel and patching
LinuxLiveScripts has premade 184.108.40.206 kernel too
tell me what kernel your runinng
As for installing it
you would need to "make" a install script/py,etc
or modify someone elses
like Vector's Lite Live Final, which is kinda made with LinuxLiveScritps but they added stuff
Vector Lite Live lets you remaster your installed system
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hahahah....was just curious how your build has been going. it would seem that both of you are much more advanced than i am; however, i have been considering building my own install as well. was just wondering if the performance gain was that great. also, in regards to tracking down deps for programs...its alot of work once you go out on your own with a custom build isnt it?