> http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Gentoo_on_MAC_OSX_Bootstrap is probably
> more useful.
> Talks a little about the $PORTDIR/scripts/bootstrap-darwin.sh script,
> which can automate the process of spitting out a chroot, as well as
> boostrap both standard and progressive machines. I have some local
> updates for better Tiger compatibility and clean up etc, just need to
> test them a little more before I commit them. Any help is welcome.
I have the impression it doesn't really work for Tiger. I can't run the
bootstrap script inside the chroot (there is no uname) and once I leave
the chroot (to copy the file ;) ) I can't get in anymore. The dmg
appeared to be mounted on /mnt/gentoo and I had to unmount it because
hdiutil didn't like it. It wasn't mounted on my desktop anyway. Finder
can't open the dmg. ditto(1) doesn't seem to be able to cope with
copying files either, so I switched back to cp -R which worked like a
charm for me...
Gentoo for Mac OS X Project -- Interim Lead
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