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2<!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
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4  <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../general.ent">
5  %general-entities;
6]>
7
8<sect1 id="ch-finish-whatnow">
9  <?dbhtml filename="whatnow.html"?>
10
11  <title>What Now?</title>
12
13  <para>Thank you for reading this CLFS book. We hope that you have
14  found this book helpful and have learned more about the system
15  creation process.</para>
16
17  <para>Now that the CLFS system is installed, you may be wondering
18  <quote>What next?</quote> To answer that question, we have compiled
19  a list of resources for you.</para>
20
21  <itemizedlist>
22
23    <listitem>
24      <para>Maintenance</para>
25
26      <para>Bugs and security notices are reported regularly for all software.
27      Since a CLFS system is compiled from source, it is up to you to keep
28      abreast of such reports.  There are several online resources that track
29      such reports, some of which are shown below:</para>
30
31      <itemizedlist>
32
33        <listitem>
34          <para><ulink url="http://www.cert.org/">CERT</ulink> (Computer
35          Emergency Response Team)</para>
36
37          <para>CERT has a mailing list that publishes security alerts
38          concerning various operating systems and applications.
39          Subscription information is available at <ulink
40          url="http://www.us-cert.gov/cas/signup.html"/>.</para>
41        </listitem>
42
43        <listitem>
44          <para>Bugtraq</para>
45
46          <para>Bugtraq is a full-disclosure computer security mailing list.
47          It publishes newly discovered security issues, and occasionally
48          potential fixes for them. Subscription information is available at
49          <ulink url="http://www.securityfocus.com/archive"/>.</para>
50        </listitem>
51
52      </itemizedlist>
53
54    </listitem>
55
56    <listitem>
57      <para>Community Driven Beyond Linux From Scratch</para>
58
59      <para>The Community Driven Beyond Linux From Scratch wiki covers installation
60      procedures for a wide range of software beyond the scope of the CLFS
61      Book. CBLFS is designed specifically to work with the CLFS book, and has all
62      the necessary information to continue the builds in the same manner that CLFS
63      uses. This is a community driven project, which means anyone can contribute and
64      provide updates. The CBLFS project is located at <ulink url="&cblfs-root;"/>.</para>
65    </listitem>
66
67    <listitem>
68      <para>CLFS Hints</para>
69
70      <para>The CLFS Hints are a collection of educational documents
71      submitted by volunteers in the CLFS community. The hints are available
72      at <ulink url="&hints-root;"/>.</para>
73    </listitem>
74
75    <listitem>
76      <para>Mailing lists</para>
77
78      <para>There are several CLFS mailing lists you may subscribe to if you
79      are in need of help, want to stay current with the latest developments,
80      want to contribute to the project, and more. See <xref
81      linkend="ch-intro-maillists"/> for more
82      information.</para>
83    </listitem>
84
85    <listitem>
86      <para>The Linux Documentation Project</para>
87
88      <para>The goal of The Linux Documentation Project (TLDP) is to
89      collaborate on all of the issues of Linux documentation. The TLDP features
90      a large collection of HOWTOs, guides, and man pages.  It is located at
91      <ulink url="http://www.tldp.org/"/>.</para>
92    </listitem>
93
94  </itemizedlist>
95
96</sect1>
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