Yes, it's true. EasyLFS 0.4 is here, and not only here on my harddisk, but also publicly available through it's new project-site.
I just started the Wiki-page about EasyLFS on PolishLinux.org.
Well, EasyLFS 0.4 seems to be mostly done. The SELinux-policy, the last big monster that has delayed finalizing this "master-piece of free software development" has been finished.
Although my various posts about EasyLFS already help to get a few results on Google, on top already is the new site, http://easylfs.nuxified.com, I want to get the word spread a bit more.
The new site for EasyLFS, http://easylfs.nuxified.com, is finally up.
Before I could already save around 100MB by removing the kernel-sources from the Live-system. Now I have decided to remove GCC 3.4 and 4.0, and could save another 50 to 60MB.
No, this post is not related to Halloween, altough this too is quickly approaching. It is about the next release of Fedora.
EasyLFS keeps growing and growing. 0.4 is slowly coming closer and it will be the greatest release so far (who would have expected that? ;-) ).
Quite some time ago we had a topic about swappiness here on Nuxified. There I posted that, more or less no matter what I do, my 1GB swap-partition is hardly ever used.
It's not the first time that I manipulate my partitions with GParted. Especially recently I've done quite some changes to my partition-layout.