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Re: Guide like Linuxfromscratch on NetBSD?
On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 6:02 PM, David Lord <netbsd%lordynet.org@localhost>
> On 22 Oct 2012 at 6:48, Tomas Bodzar wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> just quick questions here. What can be considered as nearest
>> alternative for www.linuxfromscratch.org on NetBSD? Is it a mix of
>> release(7), build.sh and The Guide? Is there something like that
>> "hidden" somewhere in man/archives structure at all? I know that
>> anything can be build out of that, just that those texts are quite
>> widely targeted and talking eg. about sets like xetc.tgz or whatever,
>> but not about low level details - for example if one want to try build
>> smallest system possible is there a path available which describes
>> MUST HAVE components and OPTIONAL ones (eg, via comments in code) so
>> that people can choose stuff on their own from .tgz set or simply most
>> of the users is expected to build complete sets and others are welcome
>> to try and play to see which combinations works and which not?
> There is a tiny kernel config in the release but I don't
> see the binary being built by default.
> The sets I have installed (base, comp, games, man, misc,
> tests, text) give a system of about 500 MB.
> /usr/pkg/ = 2.3G
> /var/ = 3.3G
> What do you want to achieve?
One of the ways how to learn system. It just seems (to me) that LFS
goes from lower level then build.sh
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