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From: Allan Spagnol Comar <allan.comar@...>
Subject: Re: Distributed administration of gentoo - easy or hard?
Date: Mon, 23 Jan 2006 14:25:15 -0300
one of the solutions is to get your better machine and cross compiling
to the others....

In my case it helps.

:)

On 1/23/06, Andrew Kesterson <andrew@...> wrote:
>         I've recently begun admining a few gentoo boxes in a distributed
> setting (mainly boxes that my friends asked me to set up for them on a
> personal, at-home basis.) I'm noticing that while portage makes updates
> alot smoother, compiling them takes forever, especially on initial
> installations. OpenOffice installs and updates are particularly heinous.
>         How do you guys handle this? Do you configure all your systems the
> same, and set up a binary package host on the system somewhere for them to
> fetch binaries from? Or do you just use straight portage?
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