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[ale] gentoo error
- Subject: [ale] gentoo error
- From: hbbs at attbi.com (Jeff Hubbs)
- Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 19:00:03 -0500
Perhaps you should have stuck with static IP, even if all you do is cop
the one that DHCP would give. I recall from the Gentoo install-a-thon I
tried last week that you are told to edit /etc/resolv.conf. Perhaps
that's a step you can't skip even if you plan to do DHCP later.
Also, IIRC, there's a step in which you have to copy the resolv.conf
from your chrooted installation environment to the "real" /etc - did you
As for me, I got pretty far with Gentoo only to have it totally flatline
on me with respect to starting X. That's after having the box build KDE
and related apps all night long and part of the next morning. By that
time, I'd had enough! I'll come back to Gentoo later!
Stephen Turner wrote:
>so from a generic install of gentoo like after the
>stage of rebooting with the kernel made and all, isnt
>emerge the package manager on there?? my eth0 card
>reads as being online but i get a dns error, however
>im running dhcp from this computer to a cable/dsl
>router to my cable provider. i have tried letting dhcp
>auto config it and ive tried manual. neither have
>worked, perhaps theres something i need to do to
>emerge? or maybe my installation is bad? although i
>would hate to go through a whole night reinstalling
>the thing.. its fast though :) thats sweet..
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