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May 17, 2006, 1:18:20 PM (16 years ago)
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Jim Gifford <clfs@…>
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clfs-1.2, clfs-2.1, clfs-3.0.0-systemd, clfs-3.0.0-sysvinit, master, systemd, sysvinit
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r3558@server (orig r1623): chris | 2006-05-17 09:46:44 -0700
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  • BOOK/partitioning/common/creatingpartition.xml

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    1111  <title>Creating a New Partition</title>
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    13   <para os="a">Like most other operating systems, LFS is usually installed on
    14   a dedicated partition. The recommended approach to building an LFS
     13  <para os="a">Like most other operating systems, CLFS is usually installed on
     14  a dedicated partition. The recommended approach to building a CLFS
    1515  system is to use an available empty partition or, if you have enough
    16   unpartitioned space, to create one. However, an LFS system (in fact
    17   even multiple LFS systems) may also be installed on a partition already
     16  unpartitioned space, to create one. However, a CLFS system (in fact
     17  even multiple CLFS systems) may also be installed on a partition already
    1818  occupied by another operating system and the different systems will
    1919  co-exist peacefully. The document <ulink
     
    2424  <para os="b">A minimal system requires a partition of around 1.3 gigabytes (GB).
    2525  This is enough to store all the source tarballs and compile the packages.
    26   However, if the LFS system is intended to be the primary Linux system,
     26  However, if the CLFS system is intended to be the primary Linux system,
    2727  additional software will probably be installed which will require
    2828  additional space (2-3 GB). The LFS system itself will not take up this
     
    4949  <para os="e">Remember the designation of the new partition (e.g.,
    5050  <filename class="devicefile">hda5</filename>). This book will refer to
    51   this as the LFS partition. Also remember the designation of the swap
     51  this as the CLFS partition. Also remember the designation of the swap
    5252  partition. These names will be needed later for the
    5353  <filename>/etc/fstab</filename> file.</para>
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