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New to Linux from 11.0: Split Vom Split-User-System

New to Linux from 11.0: Split Vom Split-User-System

Linux from Scratch has released version 11.0 of its DIY Linux guide. The biggest innovation in the online guide is that LFS no longer relies on a “split-user” system: as usual with most modern distributions the path / post will be an identical link to / usr / bin in the future. This also applies to the / lib and / sbin directories.

Again News from Co-lead Bruce Taps As you can see, the program also includes updates to the GNU compiler collection gcc-11.2.0, the GNU C library glibc-2.34, and the programming tools collection binutils-2.37. Up to 40 of the packages used have been updated to the Linux Kernel 5.13.12.

The Systemd version was also revised at the same time, but most other packages are similar to the standard LFS distribution. The Linux step-by-step guide from Scratch has been around since 1999. The book provides instructions on how to create a new Linux system. From scratch. There is the manual Free on the project’s website Available Exactly one year ago to date, the program has announced the last major release of 10.0.

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