[Slackbuilds-users] Directory Structure Question
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Fri Dec 12 22:49:30 UTC 2008
* Rich Shepard <rshepard at appl-ecosys.com> [2008-12-12 14:29:46]:
>> Is this something on the slackbuilds.org site?
> This from jjdm: "/home/slackware/source In this directory I've placed the
> whole slackware-source because maybe I have to temporarily build another
> package to build a new one because of header files and stuff."
> And this from Robby: "The [code]
> /shared/os_files/slackware/slackware-(version)/source/ [/code] directory
> contains all of the source files (it's copied directly from the cdroms) from
> that release of Slackware."
> Hence, my question.
Ah, yes, I see. I think those are just personal preferences for
package development that are not really necessary for using the
scripts at SBo.
>> A full /binary/ installation of Slackware is recommended (i.e. a 'full
>> install' from the DVD or CD) but, other than kernel modules, I am not
>> aware of anything in the SBo repository that requires any other sources
>> (other than the source of the software you are building and its
>> dependencies, of course).
> Well, each time I've upgraded since switching to Slackware-8.0
> from Red Hat-7.3 (more than 5 years ago), I've done an 'upgradepkg
> --install-new', then gone back and removed the packages I don't
> want. But, the kernel source and all modules for the latest and
> next-to-latest are present.
Sounds like you are good to go. :-)
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