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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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Old 04-21-2004, 12:28 AM   #1
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did i skip ahead?


ok, so i use cfdisk to make a 9gb linux partition and a 256 mb swap partition

then i mke2fs and mkswap, export LFS and mount everythin etc

then i copy the unzipped packages (i'm skipping the sources part, i'm just gonna put the patches in source and the untarred packages in tools) and then i link tools to /, make a new user and chroot in

then i start to build the temporary system (chapter 5) by installing binutils

now, i didn't list EVERY command, but is there anything that i missed or skipped? i have the printed pdf version in a binder and a tablet to write down errors in hand...so i didn't think i skipped anything, but i just wanted to verify....
 
  


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