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Lunar 1.6.5 install guide
  1. lin moonbase

  2. lin lunar (pick default answer for all questions by hitting enter)

  3. lin installwatch

  4. lin udev (default answers)

  5. reboot (it's possible you get a weird crash on shutdown, just reset your machine)

  6. lrm kernel-headers-2.6

  7. lin kernel-headers

  8. lin gcc (default answers)

  9. lunar optimize

      -> GCC_4_7
        -> default
        -> Base speed optimization: Faster -O2
        -> CPU base arch selection: native
        -> Floating point optimization: none (gcc auto detects)
        -> General C/C++ options: -pipe (RECOMMENDED)
  10. lin bin86

  11. (optional for lilo users) lin lilo

  12. lrm module-init-tools

  13. rm /var/state/lunar/depends.cache (depends cache is screwed up, glibc try to get kernel-headers-2.6 again)

  14. lsh create_depends_cache

  15. lin linux (defaults, then pick yes to configure kernel, answer 1 for kmod)

Change the following things:

    General setup --->
        [*] Control Group Support
    Device Drivers --->
      Generic Driver Options --->

                        () path to uevent helper (remove /sbin/hotplug)

                        [*] Maintain a devtmpfs filesystem to mount at /dev

                        [*]     Automount devtmpfs at /dev, after the kernel mounted the rootfs (NEW)    

      SCSI device support --->

                        [*] SCSI low-level drivers  --->

                                          (Disable Emulex LightPulse Fibre Channel Support)

                                          < >  Emulex LightPulse Fibre Channel Support

Save the config and let it compile
  1. lin e2fsprogs

  2. lin coreutils

  3. lin lunar-init

  4. reboot

  5. lin -cr glibc (answer no for locales, next pick 1 for kernel-headers)

    If questions popup on dependencies choose defaults

  6. lin gcc (yes again)

  7. lin binutils

  8. lunar renew (answer yes to remove everything) "Do you wish to edit the update queue" n

    Answer default for the rest unless you know for sure you need it.

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