#gentoo - Fri 13 Apr 2007 between 03:46 and 04:11

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[sellout]heh
seeeffffewhy so many people here :)?
[sellout]seeeffffe: Because gentoo rocks, and we own freenode.
_Iwonder_cause we need a life?
zutmewhoever replied to me would you mind sending again x crashed right as I got it...I think it was this channel sorry if not
phoenixxI have an Intel Core 2 Duo system installed through em64t arch and I tried to switch over to x86 today. However, when I changed my CHOST, it gave me a: gcc-config error: i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc wrapper: Could not determine which compiler to use. Invalid CTARGET or CTARGET has no selected profile.
anyone know?
VegeetaI configured my postfix to be read by mutt, how do i get it to also read in pine?
Triffid_Hunterphoenixx: changing chost is a long and involved process. it's often easier to reinstall with the correct one. I suspect you may not be able to convert amd64 -> x86 at all
the_5th_wheelanyone here use server pronto?
paulmer2003NVIDIA: could not open the device file /dev/nvidia0 (Input/output error).
can someone help me with the nvidia driver?
phoenixxTriffid_Hunter: alrighty
paulmer2003I am using ~x86'ed udev
and nvidia-drivers
prowerHello :> Could anyone walk me through what config changes I need to make to enable my i965-based chip in x?
mrwoodyhi *. I modified a .ebuild file. How can I use it?
phoenixxmrwoody, well, when you modify an ebuild, the first thing you wanna do is: ebuild /usr/portage/whateverelse digest
then emerge it
and make sure it is in a proper directory
qwertyyywhat chmod command would i use to allow a user to read/write to his own /home/ directory? I installed flux and it said permission denied to my home directory for writing temp files and whatnot
mrwoodyphoenixx: thanks a lot!
phoenixxmrwoody: no worries
leppyhrm...i can't for the life of me get my power icon to show up in the notification area in gnome
cahootqwertyyy: what does ls -ld $HOME return?
qwertyyydrwxr-xr-x 3
cahoot:
cahootqwertyyy: then your problem isn't related to perms
qwertyyyhold on ill startx again
bush^gentdid anyone catch my last comment, or was i allready gone?
I just finshed compiling my kernel, and haft to cp vmlinux to /boot, "ls -l /usr/src/linux" returns linux-2.6.20-gentoo-r5, is that what I should name vmlinux when putting it in /boot?
should it be that exactly or just linux-2.6.20
milliganbush^gent, name it whatever you want, as long as you use that name in lilo/grub
bush^gentoh ok sweet thanks
milliganbush^gent, you might want to give it some sort of ID though,so you can tell your kernels apart.
bush^gentok so like linux-2.6.20-1
milliganbush^gent, I did the mistake of naming them kernel1 kernel2 kernel3 etc .. I don't have a clue what the different ones do :P
knoppix__hi
milliganbush^gent, also, the kernel is usually placed in /usr/src/linux/arch/i386/boot/ and named bzImage.
Hello knoppix__

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