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Thats right Cliff. I was a bit confused by this also. I found no
documentation about this problem. So, I installed suse first, created the
partitions and could use them for gentoo.
Another problem i encountered: During emerge system, the buildung of rsync
fails, leading to an abort of emerge system. Remember, i used a library of
suse to fix the earlier problem with rsync. Maybe this has something to do
with it. Or rsync is just broken.
Solution: put rsync out of the buildung process for emerge system. rsync is
already available in the newest version. Why build a new one? In order to do
so you have to edit the packages file in the
/usr/portage/profiles/default-ppc directory. Just delete the star in front
Oh, BTW: mac-fdisk is available after emerge sync :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cliff Crawford" <cjc26@...>
Sent: Saturday, April 20, 2002 7:21 AM
Subject: [gentooppc-user] Re: rsync not working.
> Just so you know, it looks like mac-fdisk isn't on the latest .iso either.
> (Kinda makes it hard to install when you can't even partition your hard
> drive ;)
> Cliff Crawford :: cjc26 at cornell dot edu
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