Hi, I haven't been around in the linux world for too long, but I've fallen in love with the Arch philosophy (and the learning curve was a bit of a bonus) although there are a few adjustments that I, personally, would like to implement into the basic install system, and install system. So my question is, is it possible to compile an LFS (or build out of Arch, even, but I feel that LFS might be more specific to what I need) setup that is compatible with the archlinux package binaries and uses the pacman package manager?
And if so, would the developers and repository hosts receive it? or dislike it?
Last edited by novalight (2012-12-07 23:21:11)
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oh.... thanks , sorry about the repost.... I would delete this post if I knew how..
Last edited by novalight (2012-08-04 20:04:01)
novalight, don't attempt to delete this post. Just mark it SOLVED that's enough. So others can find this solution if they need to.
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