[SOLVED] About Zlib (1.2.6) package in Linux From Scratch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 2, 2012
I am now trying to build my own first LFS by following the book Linux From Scratch version 7.1.However,it seems that I can't download the Zlib(1.2.6) package from http://www.zlib.net,can anybody?Many thanks in advance for your replies.
Is there a current Guide for Producing your own EC2 AMI from scratch.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 14, 2012
Can someone point to a "current" guide for producing your own AWS EC2 AMI from scratch on your PC. Note: I am not talking about simply cloning an existing EC2 AMI here but doing it from say your own home PC.
Last time I had a need to do this was a couple years ago and then it only required the following three basic API commands before I had an AMI I could launch. But today I know there is more to it because of changes in AWS and in Ubuntu itself?
sshcopyid fails. How to start from scratch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 27, 2013
I am trying to use this simple guide to copy the keys
but it looks like that I am doing something wrong so even when I do the copy of the key I keep being asked for a password when I am connecting to the remote server.
I guess the easier would be to help me "start from scratch" as I might be having mixed a bit the files.
If that helps I give a bit of command line history, but as said it would be easier if I start from scratch, rather than trying to fix things
(have to edit a bit the history output to hide some stuff)
HOWTO: Install and setup chrooted SFTP users with openssh5.0p1 from scratch
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 13, 2008
I've been wanting to set up an encrypted FTP server for a while (sftp) in a chroot'ed environment, so I did a few hours of half-baked-blog parsing and keyboard-pounding in order to figure this out in a way that would work consistently, even if it isn't 100% efficient (your noob-dar should be flashing right about now ). Since version 4.8, openssh has had the ability to (fairly) easily chroot sftp users into a specified directory using a new sshd_config directive, ChrootDirectory. The purpose of this guide is to demonstrate how to set up a simple chrooted sftp system from square one implementing this self-contained chroot mechanism (using only openssh without the need for rssh), and how to add users under this paradigm.
This guide was tested from start to finish on a fresh install of Kubuntu 8.04.1 on a Dell Inspiron 1501.
The only version tested under this guide is openssh-5.0p1.
(1) Package Installation
In case you already have openssh (the older repo version) installed, you'll wan
My Ubuntu/XBMC install is borked, how do I remove everything and start from scratch?
- date: June 15, 2011
I have internet access and a semi-working Ubuntu install via command line / SSH. XBMC has been running fine until I did an update, then the xorg.conf got ##[email protected]
and I've spent the last 4 hours googling and trying to fix it. I'd love to just reinstall, but I don't have a blank CD or a USB Drive to use.
Is there anyways I can just erase everything and start from scratch? AFAIK it's not possible to run the Ubuntu Minimal install from anywhere but a CD-ROM or USB Stick.
This PC also has access to a Windows directory so I guess I could use WUBI, but would like to avoid that if possible.
Please let me know if you have any advise, thanks.
How to design a new linux operating system from scratch?
location: linux.com - date: August 18, 2013
I am pursuing B.tech in field of Computer Science Engineering with Specialization in Open Source Software And Standards.I want to design my own Linux Operating System.I need to know about the platform from where i can implement/modify the source code.I am a beginner in this but i want to do something innovative.I have learnt a lot about open source communities that how they are changing the trends of development.Kindly help me out to be a part of this development.
Fastest linux pvr/tv media system built from scratch!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 11, 2009
I've built Windows systems from the ground up but that was years ago. And I'm trying to do more with linux! But i want to ALL OUT!
I'm looking for the best solution to have the following:
Have latest Ubuntu installed (10 more days is it)!be able to hook my HDTV too the video output, HDTV or HDMIhave a large storage for videos and meida 500GB+ or should this be external? network storage? if so, best setup for that?be able to watch PVR in other rooms of the house on other TV/PC'seasily switch back and forth between the Media interface, and Ubuntu Desktop so I can work in Documents and such using wireless keyboard and mouse.
LinuxMCE ? MythTV? MythBuntu?
I am looking for the best of all the worlds! building it from the ground up. I would like the most quitest system possible. I have ran across a few other "build linux systems." but not any new cutting edge stuff! Please advise!
The process of making a Linux distribution from scratch (concerning libraries, etc.)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 28, 2010
I haven't been learning for too long about this. I have C in a Nutshell but I'm learning Bash right now. I've gone through a lot of LFS, but didn't complete it. I'm still learning about symbolic links, hard links, libraries, and this sort of thing. I'm wondering about quite a few things at this point.
How the hell can anyone make a distribution from the ground up? Even if they start with another distribution as a base, how do they know (I realize one person doesn't do all the work) what to do, what order to do it in, how to synchronize what they're doing with what everyone else is doing, etc.
How do you know which software to compile and install first? etc.
Also, I'm entirely confused by this:
how can everyone (even large teams) get everything working together? Knowing that this works with that and that doesn't work with this unless it's patched but that's what we're going with, etc. I can't understand how these things can be done without an almost unbelievable amount of effort unless
[SOLVED] Linux From Scratch, glibc Make error with gcc 4.7.2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 22, 2012
I am following the LFS guide 7.2 and I am at section 5.7. When executing the Glibc make, I receive the following error.
-o /mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-build/math/s_isnan.os -MD -MP -MF /mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-build/math/s_isnan.os.dt -MT /mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-build/math/s_isnan.os
../sysdeps/ieee754/dbl-64/wordsize-64/s_isnan.c:30:1: error: '__EI___isnan' aliased to external symbol '__GI___isnan'
make: *** [/mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-build/math/s_isnan.os] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-2.16.0/math'
make: *** [math/subdir_lib] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/mnt/lfs/sources/glibc-2.16.0'
make: *** [all] Error 2
My GCC version is 4.7.2. What are the steps I should take to correct this error?
Create Debian LiveCD from scratch
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 15, 2005
Where will I find instructions on how to build a Debian Based LiveCD from scratch?
Once I have my system set up how I want it, I pretty much want to attempt to turn the HD Image into a live CD.
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