#gentoo - Sat 12 May 2007 between 23:55 and 23:59

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KurlonWhat metric are you measuring resource usage with?
marienzArtumi: if you still have a chroot problem after getting debian to boot a 2.6 kernel I'd like to know :)
mattmattehArtumi, i am leaving for a few...... good luck
PhenaxDraconx: Thanks
marienzJanisB: huh? that's odd.
actionPhenax goes back to nethack
Phenaxgoes back to nethack
asap18is gentoo updating to bugzilla 3?
Oleg_* The source of the overlay "einit" seems to have changed. You currently sync from "http://einit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/einit/trunk/distro/gentoo/portdir_overlay" while the global layman list reports "http://svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/einit/trunk/distro/gentoo/portdir_overlay" as correct location. Please consider removing and readding the overlay!
Daryl_eh, just in memory usage. most of them didn't leave enough memory open for anything to run
Artumimarienz i can try to upgrade but it'll be a pain
Oleg_how do I remove and add the overlay?
Daryl_I mean, I'm not benchmarking
Artumibbl... going to switch to osx for a bit
Kanalaldavo, im looking at it now. seems ok to me. whats your problem
KurlonAh, you can't go by 'free' memory. In fact, you generally want to see that as low as possible.
Daryl_well, I could store a bunch of crap in memory and say I'm using it as well
that's a catch 22
marienzJanisB: ugly, but is there a /usr/i686-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/3.<something>/gcc you can execute directly?
Daryl_:)
KurlonFree memory isn't doing you anything. Good kernels will aggressively cache as much as possible.
Daryl_I don't have anythign to cache in this system, I think thats my point
KurlonIf that cache space is in the way of active run times, they release it to the apps.
There's lots to cache just firing up a box. : )
All sorts of ip/file/etc
SkunkyDaryl_: there's always SOMETHING to cache.
Oleg_how do I remove and add the overlay?
JanisBmarienz, /usr/i686-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/3.4.4/gcc -v works
unitywhere do i specify a nameserver if i'm not using dhcp? /etc/resolv.conf seesm to be overwritten at every reboot
Draconxunity, dns_servers in /etc/conf.d/net - see /etc/conf.d/net.example
marienzJanisB: horrible hack: move /usr/i486-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/4.1.1/gcc away temporarily and try gcc -v again
unityDraconx: thanks
Daryl_I know theres always something to cache, I'm making a figurative remark, non-technical.
sorry :|
JanisBmarienz, "gcc -v" works :))
hax0r
marienzJanisB: I'm not surprised /usr/i486-pc-linux-gnu/gcc-bin/4.1.1/gcc malfunctions, but I don't understand why /usr/bin/gcc still picks it up at all after doing "gcc-config 2". I'm just being lazy: if moving it away makes gcc 3.4 work again, you should be able to use that to rebuild gcc 4.1 without investigating gcc-config further.
Daryl_I will say that I have noticed that both compiles and boot-up go quicker on gentoo though for me.
marienzJanisB: good, now make *sure* your CHOST is i686 again and remerge gcc
Daryl_if I had multiple laptops I'd give a breakdown ;)
KurlonWe're just trying to expand your knowledge base. You gave an opinion, we gave you an alternative way to look at the data. : )

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