[lfs-support] Packages Dependency Graph
bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Sun Jun 10 12:24:15 PDT 2012
Yasser Zamani wrote:
> Hi there,
> Any one have the LFS's required package's dependency graph? e.g. by
> seeing the graph I'll know what packages will be failed if I skip
> installing "5.21. Gawk-4.0.1" (by trying I found out "6.9.
> Glibc-2.15"'s configure will fail) and etc.
Take a look at
It basically describes a graph.
> Actually I want to know how I can achieve a minimum LFS? e.g. I tried
> and discovered that I can skip installing "5.30. Tar-1.26". However
> after this we can not untar the packages in section 6 after chroot;
> but this problem can be resolved by untaring packages via another
> console using the host's tar!
The better way is to build the system and then delete what you don't
want. For instance, after a build, you don't need gcc, but it would be
difficult to build new packages,
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