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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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Hi guys, i'm new and i'm trying to build LFS using linux mint 12 - Lisa - LXDE. Using version-check.sh i found i have dash instead of bash. I searched online and i've found that dash will be a source of trouble. So my question is: how can i change from dash to bash?
However i have another question: if i type "echo $0" i have " /bin/bash". Is it correct?
I would change the dash to bash so the script clears all failures to be on safe side, that is what I would do, unless someone can confirm that it will work. If you leave it You might end up with trouble
Ok! Link, not directory name..thanks. However, maybe i'll try and i'll tell you. I spent time in last days beginning the build, but i stopped just after glibc due to link issues: can these two things be connected?