I have 2 systems that both run Gentoo. I want to use one to build binary packages for the other and have been following this wiki article. One problem I have is that I have different use flags for my 2 systems.
As an example, I have vim installed on both my package server and package host. My package server has the USE flag gpm, but my build host has -gpm.
It seems a recent 'emerge --sync' is wanting to downgrade my Jack...or
It looks like some dependency of FluidSynth is steering me toward the
Jack package included in main Gentoo, version 0.121.3-r1, and trying to
remove my 22.214.171.124-r1 package from Pro-Audio overlay.
However, I know there are some differences in numbering scheme for Jack
depending on whether it's the SMP or non-SMP suppor
Hi! Does Gentoo automount to /media or to /run/$USER/media ?
If I exclude "gtk3" in USE flags, will it make all GTK apps GTK2-style? Like, I use gThumb, that is my fave photo viewer. And it switched to GTK3 about 2 years ago or so, which made the interface ugly. Is it possible in Gentoo to install GTK2 version of gThumb with "USE flags"?
A while ago, I started installing Gentoo on my Xubuntu box, using a chroot from Xubuntu, following these guides: https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Handbook:AMD64 http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Gentoo-Linux-from-Ubuntu
I decided to bootstrap my Gentoo install following instructions outlined in the Gentoo FAQ, and after some minor difficulties, I managed to succeed.
Retired, now, I find that I have more time to play around with Gnu/Linux. Several years ago, I actually built a Gentoo box, and I thought I'd like to do it again. Only this time actually HAVE the time to really get into it.
However, all the links to the Gentoo Handbook fail. And when I try to go to http://www.gentoo.org , that fails as well. Did Gentoo go by the wayside?