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Re: I gotta ask this ...



On Wed, 2003-11-26 at 18:46, Fezzik Giant wrote:
> Thanks Alan!
> 
> Build all the packages: well how, exactly, does one do this? Say I'm at RH9 
> and I want to build the Fedora Core from source. When I build the RPMs then 
> the result will overwrite my RH9 binaries, will it not?

I have made a rebuild of a Red Hat version different that the one
installed using a chroot environment (copy all the system to a new
directory, and execute chroot /newdir) a few packages did not build in
the chroot environment but you can try to build them outside it

Each time you build a RPM, install it in the chroot environment in order
to solve the dependencies required to the other SRPMs

> 
> What I'm looking for is a documented sequence of steps, like "Linux From 
> Scratch" that will result in an ISO of Fedora Core. Starting with the source 
> RPMs, of course :)
> 
> As for the Todo list item, is this actively being worked on? Who would I 
> contact to offer my help?
> 
> Fez
> 
> >From: Alan Cox <alan redhat com>
> >Reply-To: fedora-devel-list redhat com
> >To: fedora-devel-list redhat com
> >Subject: Re: I gotta ask this ...
> >Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 17:30:52 -0500
> >
> > > I have seen several posts in the past where someone asks about building
> > > Fedora ISO images. I have yet to see a response.
> > >
> > > Surely _someone_ must know how this is done. Why is there never a 
> >response?
> > > Is this knowledge a 'secret sauce' that nobody wishes to share?
> >
> >Not really secret sauce. Build all the packages, boot the result, build
> >all the packages again with it, figure out how to fit it all and the 
> >installer
> >on the CD images and burn.
> >
> >Lots of this is currently done by the Red Hat internal build systems and
> >those are tied to a lot of Red Hat specific baggage you really don't want.
> >
> >An external build system is on the todo list for Fedora
> >




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