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Thanks, my problem is i don't have a box that will boot off of a
CD-rom. I'm wondering about a boot floppy, or accessibility through
tftp/nfs? And i just got this idea, I've got a dual boot box, the first
hard disk is where i want to install gentoo, the second drive has a test
FreeBSD system, can i load the installer on that?
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004 11:55:34 -0600 "William Hubbs" <w.hubbs@...>
> when I originally installed gentoo, I had linux on the machine
> already, so I just set up another partition as the new root
> partition and installed from the already running linux.
> As far as I know (Deedra, please correct me if I am wrong), the
> 2004.0 gentoo live cd has speakup built into the kernel, so just
> boot it up and when you get to the prompt type
> gentoo speakup_synth=xxxx
> where the xxxx is your synthesizer to get it to come up talking.
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