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2<!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.4//EN"
3  "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.4/docbookx.dtd" [
4  <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent">
5  %general-entities;
6]>
7<sect1 id="pre-organization">
8  <?dbhtml filename="organization.html"?>
9
10  <title>Structure</title>
11
12  <para>This book is divided into the following parts.</para>
13
14  <sect2>
15    <title>Part I - Introduction</title>
16
17    <para>Part I explains a few important notes on how to proceed with the
18    Cross-LFS installation. This section also provides meta-information about
19    the book.</para>
20
21  </sect2>
22
23  <sect2>
24    <title>Part II - Preparing for the Build</title>
25
26    <para>Part II describes how to prepare for the building
27    process&mdash;making a partition and downloading the packages.</para>
28
29  </sect2>
30
31  <sect2>
32    <title>Part III - Make the Cross-Compile Tools</title>
33
34    <para>Part III shows you how to make a set of Cross-Compiler
35          tools. These tools can run on your host system but allow you to
36          build packages that will run on your target system.</para>
37
38  </sect2>
39
40  <sect2>
41    <title>Part IV - Building the Basic Tools</title>
42
43    <para>Part IV explains how to build a tool chain designed
44          to operate on your target system. These are the tools
45          that will allow you to build a working system on your
46          target computer.</para>
47
48  </sect2>
49
50  <sect2>
51    <title>Part V - Building the CLFS System</title>
52
53    <para>Part V guides the reader through the building of the CLFS
54    system&mdash;compiling and installing all the packages one by one,
55    setting up the boot scripts, and installing the kernel. The resulting
56    Linux system is the foundation on which other software can be built to
57    expand the system as desired. At the end of this book, there is an
58    easy to use reference listing all of the programs, libraries, and
59    important files that have been installed.</para>
60
61  </sect2>
62
63  <sect2>
64    <title>Appendices</title>
65
66    <para>The Appendices contain various information that doesn't really fit
67    anywhere else in the book. Appendix A contains definitions of acronyms and
68    terms used in the book, Appendix B has Acknowledgments of people who
69    have helped work on the CLFS project and website, and Appendices C
70    and D have information about package dependencies and the the
71    build order.</para>
72
73  </sect2>
74
75</sect1>
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