darren at younghome.com
Fri Sep 1 07:55:10 PDT 2000
That's sort of what I was after, except that I'd like some choices where i pull the pristine source from.
I build a cd with all the source on it that i carry around with me. At work, if I need source the Internet is
fine as I have multiple T-1's. At home with my iDSL, that's no much fun. :-)
Is this something that will eventually get wrapped into an automated installer? If so, what's it's status?
Jesse Tie Ten Quee wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 01, 2000 at 09:36:12AM -0500, Darren Young wrote:
> > Has anyone worked on a method for "slurping" in a file with a list of
> > all the source pacakges for download? I know when I started with
> > LFS this was the part I most dreaded...
> Yep, a wegt file, http://highos.dhs.org/LFS/LFS-2.4.wget just download that and use 'wget -i LFS-2.4.wget'
> Balu (hrm... can't remenber his name, damn IRC! :) actually started that, iirc, http://www.b-a-l-u.de/LFS/
> Or wait a sec...what are you asking?
> Jesse Tie Ten Quee - highos at highos dot com
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