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A group dedicated to the people who are crazy enough to build their own distro.....from NOTHING!

Why would anyone do such a thing to himself/herself? Because, by manually selecting what gets installed, you can dramatically reduce the size of the operating system. Also, compiling from source does a body good.

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 Hey ElTimo

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 4 2008
 
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I started of with a Fed 5 install nearly 2 years ago and about all that remains of it is RPM (still occaisionally useful), the C libraries/GCC and initscripts.

Building from scratch is good fun but can do your head in at times (stupid Firefox 2.x builds). Wonder what you plan on building.


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 CFLAGS

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 4 2008
 
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Just a useful resource for people who don't know it.

http://gentoo-wiki.com/CFLAGS


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 Re: CFLAGS

 
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Thanks for that. I'm planning on, if I can, trying to make my own modified version of pacman, and when I fail that, I don't know how I'm going to change it, but I will somehow :P I gave Gentoo a shot before, but the disk must have burned incorrectly, because it kept freezing while extracting Perl.


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 Re: CFLAGS

 
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On second thought, I think I should look at what else is out there before I pick pacman, although I hear pacman is quite the pwnsauce.


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 Group Description

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 5 2008
 
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You say in the group description that compiling from source does the body good. I hope you keep that in mind when compiling x.org! ;)


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lol who says i'm making a GRAPHICAL distribution? :P Anyway, that which doesn't kill you makes you stronger, although from the looks of it, xorg just might kill me...


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 New Build

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 17 2008
 
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After a rather spectacular hard disk failure, I'm back to rebuilding my system from the kernel up. Probably won't build KDE for now till it settles down a bit.

If anyone's interested how the build goes or has any comments about building linux, please post.


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 P.S.

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 17 2008
 
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Just as an afterthought, will be using Fedora 8 as host for the build.


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 x86_64

 
 by xep on: Apr 18 2008
 
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Somebody tried to build LFS with glibc 2.7, coreutils 6.10 and findutils 4.4.0 under x86_64?
It is awful


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 Re: x86_64

 
 by marcaemus on: Apr 19 2008
 
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After a bit of consideration, I decided I will build gnu libc (2.7) after all but I'm building for a P3. Its bound to harden the body and soften the mind. Will probably keep the redhat build tools. Let's hope it doesn't turn out 'awful'.


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 Re: x86_64

 
 by xep on: May 12 2008
 
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builded. gnulib was fixed in coreutils-6.11 and now it's ok.

x86_64: 2.6.25, glibc-2.7, gcc-4.3.0
SSP, FORTIFY_SOURCE=2, relro :)

some new patches was uploaded to cblfs repo


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 Done

 
 by marcaemus on: May 14 2008
 
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Well, i finally finished. Was putting off the x.org build as long as possible. Still got an odd prob with keyboard maps not working as expected so any help would be appreciated. (got a workaround in place)

Xep, good to hear yours is now working.


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 Re: Done

 
 by marcaemus on: May 14 2008
 
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Spoke too soon, found the answer in the Fed 9 release notes.


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