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Mon Jan 22 11:06:31 PST 2001
On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 07:45:26PM +0100, Wolf-Ruediger Juergens wrote:
> Hello All,
> I'm new to the lfs community, since one week I'm delaing with the "good
> book". I'm fascinated from the idea to have my own Linux ;-), because
> I'm tired of my RH 6.2 system using it since one year. RH7 is not a
> alternative for me. I've decided to use Debian in the future, but then
> I found the LFS - project. :-)
> Install of glibc is just finished, so it's enough to do for me...
> Reading the doc from cover to cover there are question about installing
> the kernel in Chapter 8.
> Where should I build the kernel on the host system or on LFS system ?
> I think on the LFS but I'm unsure.
> And then add the kernel to lilo. Which /boot should I use ?
> I think host is right, because of having only one lilo installed, but
> again I'm unsure ...
Build the kernel in LFS. I built LFS within Debian. I didn't install
Lilo on the LFS partition. I just added LFS to my /etc/lilo.conf in
Debian and boot from there.
I'd really love ta wana help ya Flanders but... Homer Simpson
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