Re: [debian-knoppix] Klaus's latest build scripts
On Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 07:23:03PM +0200, Klaus Knopper wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 11:58:40AM -0500, email@example.com wrote:
> > I understand that your script creates it, but it uses your build system to
> > gather the data.
> Not necessarily. You just have to change the paths in the script to use
> your own build system.
> The point is: It creates a file sorted by the access date of YOUR
> installed packages, to generate an optimal file relocateion of YOUR
> If I send you a sortlist for MY system, it won't be optimized for YOUR
> > I don't run a disk-based system from which to gather
> > the sort data and was hoping you would send me yours.
> I can send you the list, but it will be absolutely useless for you,
> at least, if you want to optimize access times on your CD.
> -Klaus Knopper
> Klaus Knopper Technical Solutions & Finances
I don't run a "build system". I chroot into a partition. I build
Knoppix while running Knoppix from a CD. I wouldn't get a good
representation of access times because my file systems are mostly
read-only and the access times don't change on a read-only
file system oder? To say that your sort list would be no good to
anyone else ignores the fact that you are using that very list for
everyone that downloads Knoppix. People report that the original
Knoppix CD boots faster (actually, KDE starts faster) than
a customized one. I suspect that this is because of the sorting
of file names that occurs before mkisofs is run.
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