I seem to remember an older version of the handbook (2004.0 or so)
suggesting you compile with -java so that your compile time was
greatly reduced. So I think you are fine.
Besides, I can't think of any system package that requires java...
On 7/10/05, Mark <whitetr6@...> wrote:
> Well, I *think* I have it figured out. After setting up the logging, I
> fired up the build again, and when it finally failed, there was a
> message "you need perl 5" during the openssl package install. So I
> tried emerging perl by itself, and it fails because the java ebuild
> was not in the portage directory. So I changed java in my USE= list to
> -java, and restarted the build. So far, it's going well. My question I
> guess is, did I come up with the right solution, or will having -java
> in my USE= list cause me problems later on?
> On 7/10/05, Mark <whitetr6@...> wrote:
> > I'm rebuilding my system from scratch, using 2005 and a stage 2 build.
> > It keeps failing in the emerge --emptytree system process. I suspect
> > my make.conf is the problem. So a couple questions...
> > 1. On the USE flags, this time around, I put in everything that
> > sounded like I wanted, which ended up being a very long list. Am I
> > better off having a very short list of USE flags, as shown in the
> > example in the docs?
> > 2. I have -march=athlon64 in my make.conf file. My processor is an
> > AMD64 Athlon 3200+. Is that the correct march= setting? Maybe that's
> > my whole problem rather than my USE flags list??
> > Thanks all,
> > --
> > Mark
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