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    Mandrake 10.1 Community released

    I have always felt a bond with Mandrake since they were my first distro I used. They essentially got me started into Linux. Congrats on another release.
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    jro, thats kinda how I feel about slackware, even though I have moved on to a different Distro, Slack is still the shit.

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    ZennouRyuu, what do you run now? I thought *all* of the moderators were slack-heads.

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    I am from now until forever (aka when I find somthing better ) a very dedicated Gentoo user, I have been with it since ~v1 (a few years now) and have watched it and helped it grow. I love gentoo, which also ties into the image down in my signiture. I LOVE COMPILING!

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    Hmmm...so, drop some education on those of us that have never used gentoo. I thought gentoo used that whole emerge thang as its package management. How does it lend itself to you compiler nuts?

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    SLACK SLACK!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kungfuramone9
    Hmmm...so, drop some education on those of us that have never used gentoo. I thought gentoo used that whole emerge thang as its package management. How does it lend itself to you compiler nuts?
    emerge d/l's the source, and compiles, then installs for you... handling deps

    not really the same thing as doing all the deps yourself...

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    SInce I started messing around with Gentoo, I have found the make.conf file to be very useful and enlightening. I can set flags in compiling I didn't even know existed. Like compiling without certain features to save on space, it standardaizes your compiles so you only get what you want every time you compile.

    I am really enjoying it. Tho it did fail when I was trying to install Enlightenmetnt this weekend. I am still not sure what to do in the case of it failing. My current workaround has been to just forget about what ever it was I wanted to install and try to find something similar. :-P
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    jro: If you have been playing around in make.conf enlightenment can fail due to over agressive CFLAGS. Try setting

    CFLAGS="-march=pentium4 -O3 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer"
    CXXFLAGS="-march=pentium4 -O3 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer"

    (Assuming you have a P4)

    If you have an Athlon try

    CFLAGS="-march=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer"
    CXXFLAGS="-march=athlon-xp -O3 -pipe -fomit-frame-pointer"


    Those flags are almost always 100% safe so they are a good place to start, you may also consider posting the last 20-30 lines to the gentoo forums.

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    From what I have seen so far the Gentoo forums are about the most helpful forums I have ever been on (Besides LinuxFoo :P). Amazing really. I asked, what I thought, was as stoopid questions and within a couple of hours I had 3 very helpful responses.

    I actually have a AMD K6-2 400MHz processor. Thanks for the tip on compiling enlightenment. I will check those out tonight and post what I have.
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