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So gentoo rocks then now huh? Heh, I love it. It is the best thing since sliced bread. Takes a bit to get used to, and there are a few ...
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- 08-28-2003 #11
- Join Date
- Apr 2003
- Australia & England
So gentoo rocks then now huh?
Heh, I love it. It is the best thing since sliced bread.
Takes a bit to get used to, and there are a few neat tricks that you can find on the gentoo forum, but it is just excellent - especially with gnome 2.4 beta
- 08-29-2003 #12
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- Jul 2003
- Dayton, OH
i know this has been explained once before, but i can't find the thread ... could someone give a brief run down of the different stages? a friend of mine just installed Gentoo 1.4 and he said it took him about 4 days to install. and he's on a cable modem. i don't know if that would make much of a difference, but he looked at me and laughed (as he always does when we discuss bandwidth) and said i should stick with RH. jerk.Quickdraw returns ... more news at 11!
I like to try all flavors of the rainbow. Running SuSE 10.1 on my laptop, Windows XP on my desktop, and an Mac OS X on my Mac powerbook.
- 08-29-2003 #13
Stage 1: You download the source for everything and compile everything from the source.
Stage 2: The tarball has the bootstrapping done, and you only compile the rest of the system.
Stage 3: Everything is compiled for you and all you do is configure your scripts/programs.
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