I've done it!
I managed it with the instruction Eric's "Link" gave,
despite of difficulties with missing /dev entries. I had a copy of "the /dev of
the file system" from when I tried the LFS-Live CD loaded on to Ram. So I
copied "the /dev" over newly made /dev dir on a HD "updating-copy-with-(mc)".
A little problem to solve yet, though. At the start up, xkb-map and char-set
setting program I have to go through every time. Would you tell me which file
I should look into,...to edit a bit may be? This is beyond of my bash-ability
but I should learn about it in trying things like this?
Now I need to install some light(hopefully stand alone) weight editor with spell
check ability. I am used to gedit and kate on SuSE-10.2, but I am useless with
vi-family even with pico, nano or joe. I like "mc" a lot, but with it's editor I don't
know how to copy in and out with other thing like browsers or file fiewers. Is it
possible at all?
As you suggest I would try different distros to learn the subject better. But
why do they(big distros) not try to make system more efficient and smaller
and meaner instead of making it larger and heavier? Silly aren't they? Blxx-
xx akxnxdx, miss guided swine flu missiles!##*-+""~#*@##*&5^$.... But If
I think of it, it made me needing to look into smaller distros and finding friends
here so that I should be thankful to BlxxxyAkoxxxi may be?
Thanks MTK358, I would try "Arch" if I could manage to get GUI working with
it next. I am still on SuSE-10.2 for my everyday do, though. I think it was the
best of SuSE.By the way I would suggest you to check out "abeldanger.net"
for the latest world news on dead heat.
I hope you have resonated with "The most positive thought" and live long.
I wonder if Mr. Linuz T. would,... to look after his "Linux World" for good.