Who made LFS?

Live for Speed (LFS) is a racing simulator developed by a three-person team comprising Scawen Roberts, Eric Bailey, and Victor van Vlaardingen. The main focus is to provide a realistic racing experience for the online multiplayer game and to allow single player races against AI cars.

Is Live For Speed Safe?

Yes LFS from lfs.net is safe to install on supported systems. Just be sure to get the installer from lfs.net or it’s mirrors. You can use 7-zip to extract from the install EXE file.

How old is live for speed?

The first public beta of Live for Speed was released in 2002. The first purchasable version, LFS S1, was made available on July 13th, 2003, and featured four tracks and roughly seven cars. The next expansion of content, LFS S2, featured three more tracks and several more cars, and came out on June 24th, 2005.

Is Live for Speed free?

Discover the realism of racing simulation with Live for Speed. Start racing in the free Demo on the Blackwood road and rallycross tracks with a choice of 3 cars. Upgrade your license to access another 17 cars and 7 race track environments. Live for Speed runs well even on older computers, so start racing now!

How long does it take to build LFS?

It will take atleast 12 hours just to build the LFS in one sitting on a machine that has a 7th gen intel core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 5400 rpm hard drive including typing / copying time.

What is LFS project?

Linux From Scratch (LFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own customized Linux system entirely from source.

How do I unlock LFS s1?

To unlock LFS you need to be registered on the official website http://www.lfs.net – click on ‘Create A New Account’ on the top right of the start page and enter the requested information for username, email address and country. Below this information you have to choose your WEBpassword which must be entered twice.

What LFS means?

Definition. LFS. Linux from Scratch. LFS. Live for Speed (computer racing simulation)

Is LFS a distro?

LFS (as well as BLFS) is for people who would like to build their own Linux distributions, know exactly how every package is built from source and put together as a Linux distribution that works.

How long build Linux from scratch?

Working with intervals, it might take you anywhere from 3–5 days. This also depends on the RAM and processing power of your PC. You can use your LFS system like you would use Ubuntu, but to install packages you will have to compile them and their dependencies yourself with instructions from the BLFS book.

How do I turn off LFS?


  1. Verify you actually have LFS files with git lfs ls-files .
  2. Remove all filter=lfs lines from ALL the .
  3. Commit any changes you made to .
  4. Make sure you have no changes with git status .
  5. Run the migration: git lfs migrate export –everything –include .
  6. Run git status to make sure you have no changes.

Does Victor Scawen still work for LFS?

As of October 2006, Victor has stepped down as permanent ‘Technical Support’ guy, although he plans to retain a role in LFS in some capacity. His place will be filled by Geraldine, Scawen’s wife, and she is ideally placed to further the massive contributions made by Victor.

How much does LFS cost?

LFS is currently offering 3 licenses with S3 being the highest level (with all content), the demo is free to download and free to play online. LFS has no publisher, meaning that the developers have total control and freedom. Who is developing LFS? A small development team – Scawen Roberts, Eric Bailey and Victor van Vlaardingen.

What is the history of LFS?

The first public version of LFS was released in 2002, and since then, more and more features have been pumped into the game. The licenses (which unlock content like cars and tracks) have progressively become available. S1 License became available on 2003-07-13.