#gentoo - Wed 21 Feb 2007 between 19:46 and 19:54

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tardo[lt]linux version 2.6.6.19
novacainesilverpower: ok, I understand, thank you
tardo[lt]proc is mounted
hliebermantardo[lt], .6 or .26?
tardo[lt]sorry, 2.6.16
2.6.16.19
kexmani have two machines how could i make my emerge --sync be faster ... like just emerge one machine and then update the other one faster
copy over /usr/portage ? :)
GuyFromHellany way of telling which module from `lsmod` is connected with my wireless pcmcia card?
hliebermanGuyFromHell, pastebin the lsmod
MeowCatsmarienz, a bit off topic, while that one is still complinig, I'm trying to install alsa drivers using the gentoo guide, but when trying to install alsa-utils I get this: configure: error: Sufficiently new version of libasound not found. when trying to emerge libasound, it says there isn't such a package
GuyFromHellhlieberman: alright gimme a min
marienzMeowCats: that should be alsa-lib
hliebermanGuyFromHell, Something like... prism, madwifi, ndiswrapper, ipw(something)...
GuyFromHellhlieberman: didn't see that. I suspect "hermes"
zlinChrisGo: hahaha. it tries everything and fails horribly. follow the xorg-config guide.
? xorg-config
jeeveshttp://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/xorg-config.xml
hliebermanhermes is a network driver.
ErZoTo have subversion and beeing able to checkout/commit things.. do I need the subversion-package? or is there something lightweight?
hliebermanI believe.
ChrisGozlin since the auto make config doesnt work im just gona make a xorg.conf file in etc
and go form there i guess
hliebermanBut let's double check. :)
zlinChrisGo: exactly.
marienzErZo: you need subversion to use subversion. You may want to play with its USE flags to reduce deps.
GuyFromHellhlieberman: http://rafb.net/p/KMOjz051.html
hliebermanorinoco
That's a network driver.
ErZomarienz: thanks. :o
hliebermanAnd I believe e100 is an ethernet driver of some sort, though I'm not positive.
GuyFromHellhlieberman: a wireless... network driver?
hliebermanGuyFromHell, Orinico is, yes.
ChrisGohow do i find out what my mouse is in /dev?
GuyFromHellhlieberman: awesome, now to dig around the kernel to find that (unless you happen to know where that is)
mistik1what kind of mouse
hliebermanGuyFromHell, use / in make menuconfig to search. :)
zI get this msg in boot, though I have set it as local and not UTC, Your TIMEZONE in /etc/conf.d/clock is still set to Factory!
GuyFromHell... o_O
hlieberman: it has search??

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