#gentoo - Wed 21 Feb 2007 between 20:12 and 20:16

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mistik1ChrisGo: gpasswd -a username group
Marco3marienz: I dont get it, why is there a line for setting timezone in that conf and there is /etc/localtime, should I use both?
loki_valmercestes: then emerge it.
Mercesteshell yea, fixed. Got bash
unitymatty-: you can alias it in .bashrc
marienzMarco3: you should set it in /etc/conf.d/clock, after which afaik the ebuild for timezone-data will keep /etc/localtime up to date.
loki_valmercestes. Enter chroot. emerge system
ChrisGomistik1 gpasswd -a username group1 group2 group3 correct?
matty-unity, I know but that's not what I want to do when it worked fine two days ago
hliebermanunity, Aha!
Mercestesloki_val: roger.
MeowCatsmarienz, it's done finally (it took forever to compile evolution, for whatever reason it wanted it anyhow), but I'll be back soon, have to make kernel really fast for some alsa support
simmerzShirakawasuna: ah, modules.d/aliases
hliebermanunity, I thought of one more thing.
unity, a symlink from the file to /dev/null
unityhlieberman: i know
hliebermanunity, Oh. :(
marienzMarco3: the trick here is that if /etc/localtime is a symlink and /usr/ is on a separate partition you have a problem (since /etc/localtime is used before /usr/ is mounted)
unityhlieberman: oh, i had something else in mind
hlieberman: aliasing vmware to 'vmware; rmdir ~/vmware' something like that
marienzMarco3: and if /etc/localtime is a copy when you emerge timezone-data the file it is a copy of gets updated but /etc/localtime does not
loki_valmercestes: remember to mount all the /proc, /foo, /bar, etc things.
hliebermanunity, That's a better idea.
marienzMarco3: so if you have /etc/conf.d/clock set the ebuild knows what it is a copy of and can update it.
Shirakawasunasimmerz: yup :)
hliebermanexcept rm -rf, because it'll have vmware with stuff in it
Mercestesloki_val: yea, proc -t none /mnt/gentoo/proc and -o bind /dev /mnt/gentoo /dev
efpheei, emerge --sync ---> cache.cache_errors.CacheCorruption: app-antivirus/bitdefender-console-7.1 is corrupt: dictionary update sequence element #0 has length 1; 2 is required
ChrisGodoes this mean i am using the ati drivers from ATI directly? http://rafb.net/p/kGRwI981.html
loki_valmercestes: exactly.
Mercestesi've chrooted so many times.. =/
Would using a *really* old boot cd to install gentoo cause this?
loki_valmercestes: and env-update&&source /etc/profile
mercestes: don't know. how old?
actionMercestes shrugs.
Mercestesshrugs.
two major revisions ago maybe?
ShirakawasunaChrisGo: yes
evil_stevemercestes: it shouldn't, unless you use the snapshot and stuff off the CD
zlinmercestes: no.
loki_valmercestes: probably not, then.

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