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Just some notes that might be of some help to the list:
I got the current version to work by doing the following.
1) Burn the Apr 18 iso
2) Burn another cd with the Apr 5th bz2 and Apr 18th iso
2a) Make a yellowdog 2.2 cd
2b) Create partitions in the yellowdog installer and reboot / eject
2b) boot from Apr 18th iso
3) Right after making partitions / formatting mkdir /mnt/gentoo/tmp
4) copy the apr 5th bz2 to /mnt/gentoo/tmp
5) untar the apr 18th bz2 from /mnt/gentoo
6) untar the apr 5th bz2 from /mnt/gentoo/tmp
7) cp /mnt/gentoo/tmp/usr/bin/rsync /mnt/gentoo/usr/bin/rsync
8) proceed as normal.
Using these steps I now have a G4 powerbook running gentoo, in less than
12 hours start to finish. Hope this helps.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Pieter Van den
Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 11:02 AM
Subject: Re: [gentooppc-dev] Questions about iso's
On Monday 22 April 2002 05:45, you wrote:
> I'm sorry if this was covered already during my brief absence from the
> list (I didn't subscribe to the new one until recently) but are there
> any estimations as to when the new iso's will be out? I thought the
> current ones would be a bit smoother that the ones posted on April
> but rsync doesn't work due to a missing shared library, and cvs isn't
> included which means I can't even get past 'emerge rsync' :P
mac-fdisk isn't included either... But I'm sure kain will have a fix out
soon. Unfortunately, he seems rather busy atm. :-)
> No pressure / heat or anything, I just want to know when a new iso /
> might be posted so I can keep trying to install this distro.
There are a few quick hacks available at the moment to solve the most
rsync: use a libpopt from penguinppc.org or a ydl one.
mac-fdisk: you can use the old iso to partition your hard disk.
Pieter Van den Abeele
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