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Originally Posted by whisker Originally Posted by unobtanium I am in similar situation I am waiting for the Gentoo 2005.1 universal CD to download. rats.. just finished 2005.0 install and ...
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- 08-29-2005 #21
Originally Posted by whiskerOriginally Posted by TauLepton
- 08-30-2005 #22
hehe i run ~amd64 and i can tell you that all the above mentioned pkg's though masked they will work just fine i have them all
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- 09-01-2005 #23
bootstrapping Gentoo stage 1 for amd64, downloaded and burned iso, booted, and now... bootstrapping ::checks watch::Registered Linux user #393103
- 09-01-2005 #24
IMO gentoo is the best for amd64 right now, also, I like their 32-bit chroot guide (and the 32-bit chroot init.d script which ensures that things get propperly mounted/bound, also, I've made the bash startup scripts take care of the commands we must run when entering the chroot to make it fully working -- remind me around the 1/10 (since I'll hopefully be running my own machine again) and I'll see if I can make a short howto (using the gentoo howto), it's more or less as simple as adding a few lines to a file )Regards Scienitca (registered user #335819 - http://counter.li.org )
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