You can go to http://www.linuxfromscratch.org and read the book -- It's
actually not that long -- and see what you think.
Other alternatives are the newer style source based distros. They're often
said to be "all the advantages of LFS without the drawbacks."
If you want a distro which compiles and optimizes all the software for
*your* system have A look at Source Mage,
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I noticed that LFS support has made it into 2.5, but it's not on the status
IIRC there were some plans to add oplock support to smbfs (newbie alert:
linux smb client, oplocks are already in samba server). Maybe that should
be tracked on the status too.
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