eriddle at linuxcare.com
Tue Jul 25 07:10:05 PDT 2000
Quoting Gerard Beekmans on Sun, Jul 23, 2000 at 11:55:53AM -0400 :
> > The first thing I learned was that bison will not pass the POSIX 1
> > test and that we need to use byacc. Anyone know where the latest
> > source is for that?
> This is the wrong list for such messages. Please send this to
> lfs-discuss, thanks.
Hmmm... what does lfs-discuss have to do with lsb?
In your announcement you said this was the place...
Copied from a previous message to lfs-discuss--
> Hi guys,
> The AutomatedLFS (ALFS) project will be started soon. Most people
> already know what this is (in a nutshell: developing a installation tool
> that automates LFS installations).
> There is more to is than just having a tool. The LSB (Linux Standard
> Base) needs documented, vendor-neutral, standards-compliant Linux
> distribution and vendors like RedHat, Debian and others aren't well
> suited for that task. LFS could be an option that they need (they
> meaning big database companies like Oracle and such. I know this info is
> crypic. It's easier if you all just read the email Mark Stone sent to
> lfs-admin. I'm waiting for his approval to forward it to this list)
> Either way, if you're interested in ALFS or how LFS might be going to
> work with the LSB project, you can subscribe to
> the alfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org mailinglist. Send an email
> containing "subscribe" (without the quotes) to
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> follow the instructions from Majordomo that will be sent back.
> Btw, the project won't be started till a few months or so. But
> discussions have started. The actual work will start when LFS-2.4 has
> been released.
> Gerard Beekmans
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