Subject: Re: the usability of LFS
To: Sean Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Hechinger <email@example.com>
Date: 07/02/2004 12:42:21
On Fri, Jul 02, 2004 at 12:39:23PM -0400, Sean Davis wrote:
> Well, I think there are two possible answers:
> 1) it's usable as long as you don't go near/over 70% full on the LFS partition.
> 2) if you intend to go above 70% capacity on the LFS partition, Don't
> Use LFS. It will go crazy, panic the kernel, cause all manner of bad
yeah, i think i'll be skipping it then. that's not a reasonable way to run a
machine, you know? ;)
> As for when... no idea. I've been waiting for a couple years now, and
> haven't seen any signifigant progress other than LFS getting tied into
> the UBC stuff.
soon i hope. NetBSD tends to be behind the curve, but that is what IMHO makes
it great since it'd done right, not done right now.
LFS however, is going to extremes though. i can use something other than FFS
on pretty much every OS except this one. that's a real shame.
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