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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
2<!DOCTYPE chapter PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
3 "" [
4 <!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent">
5 %general-entities;
13<chapter id="postlfs-config" xreflabel="After LFS Configuration Issues">
14 <?dbhtml filename="config.html"?>
16 <title>After LFS Configuration Issues</title>
18 <para>The intention of LFS is to provide a basic system which you can
19 build upon. There are several things about tidying up the system which
20 many people wonder about once they have done the base install.
21 We hope to cover these issues in this chapter.</para>
23 <para>Most people coming from non-Unix like backgrounds to Linux find the
24 concept of text-only configuration files slightly strange. In Linux, just
25 about all configuration is done via the manipulation of text files. The
26 majority of these files can be found in the
27 <filename class='directory'>/etc</filename> hierarchy. There are often
28 graphical configuration programs available for different subsystems but most
29 are simply pretty front ends to the process of editing a text file. The
30 advantage of text-only configuration is that you can edit parameters using
31 your favorite text editor, whether that be <command>vim</command>,
32 <command>emacs</command>, or any other editor.</para>
34 <para>The first task is making a recovery boot device in
35 <xref linkend="postlfs-config-bootdisk"/> because it's the most critical need.
36 Hardware issues relevant to firmware and other devices is addressed next.
37 The system is then configured to ease addition of new users, because this
38 can affect the choices you make in the two subsequent
39 topics&mdash;<xref linkend="postlfs-config-profile"/> and
40 <xref linkend="postlfs-config-vimrc"/>.</para>
42 <para> The remaining topics, <xref linkend="postlfs-config-logon"/>,
43 <phrase revision="sysv"><xref linkend="postlfs-config-random"/>,</phrase>
44 <xref linkend="autofs"/>, and
45 <xref linkend="postlfs-config-netfs"/> are then addressed, in that order. They
46 don't have much interaction with the other topics in this chapter.</para>
48 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="bootdisk.xml"/>
49 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="firmware.xml"/>
50 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="devices.xml"/>
51 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="skel.xml"/>
52 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="users.xml"/>
53 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="profile.xml"/>
54 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="vimrc.xml"/>
55 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="logon.xml"/>
57 <!-- sysv only -->
58 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="random.xml"/>
60 <xi:include xmlns:xi="" href="lsb-release.xml"/>
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