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On Saturday 20 May 2006 13:30, Rakotomandimby Mihamina wrote:
> I was just installing gentoo 2006 on my amd64, and when rebooting,
> "mount" was not found.
> May be I misused the system?
> I followed the x86 quick install guide, but just replaced the right
> things with amd64.
> I dont understand why such a usefull utility as "mount" is not default,
> and is not mentionned not to be installed by default on the guide...
"mount" is indeed default; it is part of sys-apps/util-linux
> Then, I have the useradd utility, but not the groupadd one.
> I guess it is also in another ebuild, which one please?
"groupadd" is part of the same software pkg as "useradd", e.g.
sys-apps/shadow. Check /usr/portage/distfiles for those packages (shadow and
> PS: should have I enabled "~amd64"?
Wouldn't have changed a thing. Evidently groupadd and mount somehow got lost.
Try re-emerging util-linux and shadow.
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