[OT] Gentoo -> Re: gcc 3.2.2?
tower at toweronline.net
Mon Feb 24 11:02:30 CST 2003
I was unaware that you could bootstrap gentoo long after an install, but low
and behold it looks like you can. I actually upgraded one of my remote boxes
(was Mandrake 7.0) to Gentoo 100% from remote and booted into gentoo, scary 2
1/3 minutes waiting for the server to come back up. :)
Thanks for (inadvertently) bringing this to my attention.
On Monday 24 February 2003 09:51 am, Gregory M. Turner wrote:
> On Monday 24 February 2003 03:24 am, Michael Stefaniuc wrote:
> > On Mon, Feb 24, 2003 at 01:44:27AM -0600, Gregory M. Turner wrote:
> > > from that or not? Is there a test that is known to reliably break
> > > against the new threading model (or perhaps I can presume I "got it" if
> > > i can't run notepad?1)
> > If you can run notepad you aren't affected by the bug because the bug is
> > merciless: the wineserver wont even start because it fails to create the
> > needed socket in /tmp/.wine-$user/server-XXXXXX/ (this stuff gets
> > deleted on wine shutdown). If by any chance the socket is still present,
> > wine will still crash pretty fast.
> because my ac kernel is crashing, i was gonna try redhat 2.4.20-2.48 (which
> is what gentoo gives me for "redhat-kernel"). but while i'm at it, i'll
> try bootstrap gentoo (which recompiles a bunch of core stuff, some of it
> twice, incl. glibc & gcc), compile wine, and see what happens. guess i
> have to get the new kernel running first though. maybe, this is too early
> a redhat kernel to trigger it... ?
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