#gentoo - Sat 5 May 2007 between 00:00 and 00:04

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ferret_0567_The JMicron controller on that motherboard might stop me
drigzrej: i re-digested because i'm lazy and like to live on the edge :p
[R]ferret_0567_: you can install wahtever kernel you want
ferret_0567_It's the SATA, and sometimes PATA controller, on that motherboard
xororanddoes any portage overlay have an ebuild for the wxGTK-2.8 series?
[R]ferret_0567_: if ubuntu works, use the ubuntu cd... problem solved
b33fc0d3drigz, thats a good life =)
drigzi live for the risk of 4 malicious changelog characters
kerframilsummatusmentis: I believe that this will do what you want: genlop -u -l | grep '<<<'
rejdrigz: That's OK.
Skunkyferret_0567_: as long as you can find a cd, any cd, to get to a shell, you can install gentoo, using the handbook.
kerframilsummatusmentis: (the reason that works is because the older version is unmerged after the newer version is merged, signified by "<<<" in genlop)
ferret_0567_I need a kernel that will work with it out of the box so that I can install Gentoo
Oh, really?
rejferret_0567_: You could just use the boot CD's kernel if you want.
kerframilsummatusmentis: in fact, we can go one step further
ferret_0567_I guess I could use that method, but, I would much rather use the Gentoo CD'
summatusmentiskerframil: even better :-D
Clete2where is package.mask?
b33fc0d3ferret_0567_, if it works with any other distro it will definitely work in gentoo =)
Skunkyferret_0567_: why? there's nothing on gentoo's cd.
kerframilsummatusmentis: genlop -u -l | grep '<<<' | egrep -o '[^ ]*$'
drigzferret_0567_: yes, afaik the only advantage to the gentoo cd is it comes with the files
[R]Clete2: man portage
drigzferret_0567_: you could just download them or insert the gentoo cd in another drive
Clete2ty
rejSkunky: There is a working kernel on any Gentoo boot CD...
Skunkyferret_0567_: the gentoo cd is a VERY minimal linux setup... just enough to let you mkfs, fdisk, start your network and chroot (well, the minimal one)
kerframilsummatusmentis: you could redirect that to a list then edit it if needs be. then: CONFIG_PROTECT="-*" emerge --oneshot $(</path/to/list)
Skunkyrej: not that works with the jmicron controller.
rej: unless there's a 2007.0 cd now
kerframilsummatusmentis: the only caveat might be that the package definitions need an = symbol on the front
rejSkunky: I didn't say it was perfect, but ferret_0567_ was adamant that he wouldn't want to build his own kernel...
Skunkyrej: because jmicron support didn't get added to the kernel till .18 or .19 or something silly.
summatusmentiskerframil: cleaning it up, excellent. CONFIG_PROTECT="-*" emerge --oneshot `genlop -u -l | grep '<<<' | egrep -o '[^ ]*$'` might work too?
ferret_0567_I haven't tried building a kernel yet
rejdrigz: I fixed the Manifest issue that app-editors/vim-core had.
kerframilsummatusmentis: no, it won't
rejdrigz: Thanks for noticing it.
kerframilsummatusmentis: ok, do this ...

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