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From: Charles Trois <charles.trois@...>
Subject: Re: Booting Gentoo 2006.1 on an iMac
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 15:46:18 +0200
Joseph Jezak a écrit :

> To fix the clock problem, make sure that you have the Generic RTC
> emulation and the Extended RTC Emulation enabled.

Yes, that was just it, as a little search with Google has shown 
meanwhile. I apologize for being too hasty.

> As for the Framebuffer issue, it seems to change every kernel as to
> which Framebuffer driver (OF, rivafb, or nvidiafb) is working. :p
> Sorry for the confusion.

My Gentoo is now in operation. Thanks again to everybody.

Charles
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