#gentoo - Sat 12 May 2007 between 19:38 and 19:49

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[R]soloslinger: i must have missed somethign.... but whats wrong with just following the gentoo guide? thats how i got it working
soloslinger[R]: I gotta be missing something small. I just hafta be. I have read those example files soo many times now its becoming tough to read because I can finish the sentences before I read them
[R]what happens when you start the init script?
NeddySeagoonsoloslinger gentoo puts all that in /etc/conf.d/net
soloslinger[R]: I did follow the guides. http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-558812.html shows my configs, output, dmesg, etc
NeddySeagoon: really? shucks.
erithanishas anyone installed ut2k4 recently?
when I run ut2004 it complains that my cd key is incorrect
but I was never prompted for a cd key during the installation
seemant[R]: both I guess
Daryl_anyone have a minute to help with an ebuild problem? I'll post a pastebin if so
NeddySeagoonsoloslinger, http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-x86.xml?part=4&chap=4
seemantDaryl_: paste it first
AllenJBerithanis: Run "emerge --config ut2004" (or possibly "emerge --config ut2004-data") - this is stated in the post install messages.
erithanisAllenJB, didn't see that. thanks
Toph4with the mount, do i need to mount this :mkdir /mnt/gentoo/home /mnt/gentoo/usr /mnt/gentoo/opt /mnt/gentoo/var?
[R]soloslinger: my /etc/conf.d/net has 1 line, the modules = wpa_supplicant one... and then my wpa_supplicant.conf has just network={ ssid="blah" psk="phrase" }... works like a charm
AllenJBerithanis: You might want to look at the ELOG functionality (see /etc/make.conf.example) to get the messages sent to, for example, email, so you can read them more easily.
NeddySeagoonToph4, if you want them to be seperate partitions, yes, If they will be on your root, no
Toph4oh so it's not require right?
NeddySeagoonToph4, Its not required
Toph4:O that's awesome
darkschneiderdo upgrading xorg break glx for someone else or it's a problem from me? eselect opengl set nvidia removes the simlink in xorg mocule dir (no idea if that is correct)
Daryl_http://www.pastebin.ca/485127 - emerging pyopengl
benHay. I have a tablet and an usb mouse an a touchpad and I have udev rules to create symlinks for the former two as /dev/input/{mouse,tablet}_udev and I have X listen to them as SendCoreEvents
[R]Daryl_: you need to update your python... you proabbly should update the rest of your systme too... emerge -uDN world
benbut X stops listening them when I plug them out an in again which sucks because I do not want to restart X all the time
soloslinger[R]: Ill try to strip it down a bit and see what that does.
bensend help
[R]ben: yeah, X doesn't like that... they are working on hotplug input for the next version
Daryl_[r]: Thanks. I only installed the system a few days ago. I'll see how this goes.
[R]Daryl_: and you used 2006.1.... 2007.0 was released a while ago
lxdhello, "tty+multimedia keys" can't get it working for 2 days :D is there anything?
[R]lxd: what does tty+multimedia keys mean?
xfce`dawglxd: the ctrl-alt ?
ben[R]: raargh why does gentoo not support my tablet >:( I am going back to Windows >:( >:( >:(
[R]ben: s/gentoo/linux/
ben: as i just said... its an X limitation... not gentoo nor anything else
Alaan/exit
lxdnono, multimedia keys such as XF86AudioPlay is X

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