|JP Toto on Wed, 2 Jul 2003 09:07:08 -0400|
Generally the more specific you make the make.conf file the more likely you'll have compile problems. I usually make them somewhat generic but specific to the family of cpu's like 686 and stuff. That way I haven't had a compile error in an long time. Also, make sure you set the ACCEPT_KEYWORDS in make.conf to "x86".
I can tell you that the gentoo forums are VERY active and you should be able to find a post related to your problem pretty easily
Cheers - JP
Kam Salisbury wrote:
Well, it finally happened. I decided to reload my pc from Redhat 9 to Gentoo.
"186,000 miles per second. It's not just a good idea... it's the law."
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