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Bug 489782 - Switch links to wiki documents
Improve English (bug #489782)
Fix bug #470750 - Add instructions for gpg verification of stage digest, thanks to Roman Zilka
Remove commented out section
Fix bug #446604 - Update link since moving portage tree installation further
Move emerge-webrsync into chroot section
drop the ~ directory before the prompt, which doesn't fit with all our other CL instructions. no revbump; just a quick fix.
Using emerge-webrsync as primary method for installing a Portage tree during installation
Remove reference to Universal CD
Fix bug #431616 - Add in reference to the march=native setting
Fix bug #386475 - Use SHA512 and Whirlpool checksums for all arches except mips
Fix bug #427860 - Use /etc/portage for make.conf and make.profile. Old location (/etc) is still supported, this is a heads up (new default)
#369841: some clarifications by swift
adjust MAKEOPTS suggestion for multiple cores, bug 334719
update the ARM handbook for autobuilds. fixes bug 292726, and probably some others.
fix the handbook for bug 323381: update -march=nocona to core2, update MCE description in the kernel config, and add the new processor type for intel atom.
livedvds don't have stages included, unfortunately. bug 310983.
#289741 mention -pipe uses more memory
Quick fixes for autobuilds and all stuff (i think) found on the autobuilds tracker bug -- x86 and amd64 only at this time. should be good for Gentoo's 10th anniversary on these two arches
make it a little more clear that -O2 is the recommended default, -O3 is a bad idea. also link to the compilation optimization guide for more info.
there is no stages/ dir anymore. wonder why. too bad. bug 216617
release time. note that since this is beta1, the release dir and stage/media names have been adjusted accordingly. also, the handbooks are marked with a disclaimer=draft, so once the final is out, that will be removed and the release names adjusted. in the mean time, these are live. the beta is officially released. no, it's not april fools, but it is april 1st. :)
[31 16:20:29] <zxy_64-2> i found a small mistake in amd64 handbook [31 16:22:28] <zxy_64-2> just above the Code Listing 6 it says "check the validity of the x86 stage tarball:" where it should say amd64 stage tarball
added some conditionals for bug 183557 to make -march and -mtune to show up for x86 and amd64, as other arches actually do use -mcpu since it isn't deprecated. bugzie is down, so i can't close the bug ATM either.
sigh, another one sentence update, bug 181964
looks like LiveDVDs actually do contain stages, thanks to r0bertz for mentioning it on IRC
typo fix, no content change. thanks to pva for noticing.
removed i586, as there is no longer a stage for this arch, only i686 and x86. bug 181964.
2007.0 release is here; final changes and new docs
#172782 Grammar fix, no content change
Matched hb-install-stage.xml with handbook architecture
further capitalization of arch keys, bug 153735
fixed hb-install-stage to capitalized AMD64 key id, bug 153735
lots of better conditional usage in hb-install-stage
Moved chapter abstracts into shared chapters No content change, hence no bump
standardized portage snapshot download and unpack instructions to use portage-latest tarball
2006.1 networked docs are in. portage handbook still untouched per separate bugs. thanks to all the hard work, guys. blame me if something is wrong (and please fix quickly) :)
Bump. Slap. Unbump. Let's keep 2.12 for later
#122800 LiveCD uses UTC time
Added portage snapshot integrity check to the handbook for bug #133449. Seems like a good idea, and all that.
Make it clear that you don't have stages for x86 on the CD (LiveCD). Clarification fix for #124315
Handbook for 2006.0, "Chuck Norris can divide by zero"
sub architectures > subarchitectures, no content change
Added a missing period (a dot)
Refreshed docs for 2005.1-r1 release (See #102128)
#105809 - Moving bootstrapping/system to FAQ, outside handbook
#101962 - Two more b0rked stage3 tarballs, pentium3 and pentium4.
14:32 < YosWinK> SwifT, you fixed the 2005.1 handbook for second time (about athlon-xp issue) 14:32 < YosWinK> because tar was twice there 14:32 < SwifT> yes 14:32 < YosWinK> also appears twice in current one 14:32 < SwifT> goddamnid
stage3 for athlon-xp has wrong permissions
Migrating to 2005.1
Updating docos to 2005.0
#82563 - Lessen the use of hardcoded dates
More telling to use k8 instead of not to use athlon-xp :)
Stages provide a make.conf that already has -march=k8 It's the same but there's no need for extra confusion
Inform amd64 users what to choose, not what not to choose
Elaborate on v argument for tar, add in that MIPS doesnt support that
#76322 - NPTL only seems to work with i586-pc-linux-gnu or higher for CHOST
Separation of Gentoo Handbook into Current and 2004.3
Doublewarn about CHOST setting
Added sparc64 in CHOST table on weeve's request
Mention of `uname -m` rephrased
Bug 73219 -- talked with swift via irc
#68682: unpack a portage tree before running either emerge --sync or emerge --metadata
Use GB, MB instead of Gb, Mb... not real standards compliance (not IECs MiB/GiB) but more in line with most users their knowledge. This is "Typo fixing", no version increase
Converted dates to YYYY-MM-DD format
Moving 2004.3 documentation
Adding version/date information in pages
#68282 - omit-frame-pointer is evil for debugging purposes
Fixed bad links (including one from #68719) and a few typos
Use Portage, capitalized P, wherever possible
#66814 - Alpha does not have links2, only lynx. Add info on availability of lynx as well (is global)
Stages might be available in subdirectories
Better MAKEOPTS information
#62186: Fixed language mistakes all over the place thanks to John Richards
#59583 - Add CFLAGS for PPC64
#50773 - Use links2 only (to not confuse users too much) I've mailed gentoo-releng and asked if there were any architectures that don't have links2 (well, not exactly in those words, but arches that don't have it should have replyed anyway). Only beejay answered and said all LiveCDs have links2 ("at least x86 has") and none of the other arches replied. So I'm not going to ask it over and over again. I'll just commit and watch the bugs flow in :p They've had their chance.
We don't have to env-update && source /etc/profile after editing /mnt/gentoo/etc/make.conf's CHOST setting as we aren't inside our chrooted environment yet. The command itself is ran anyway right after chrooting, so this can be removed from the handbook. We had this previously when editing /etc/make.conf was inside the chrooted environment.
Small fixups, undo my undoing of my finishing touches regarding the noauto thingie for /boot
#50289 - Move mounting of /proc right before the chrooting. This also takes care of the errors users receive while unpacking the stage tarballs. Apparently logics is something the crowd wants less
#50773 - Add a few phrazes to make it easier for the users to make a choice
#57330 - Make it more clear that using a portage snapshot from the CD is only required if you do a stage3 networkless installation
#55656 - Update ccache instructions
#53272 - Reload environment variables after altering the CHOST variable
Add <i>...</i> for the example md5sum command in hb-install-stage
The md5sum checking command in the handbooks is an example for the x86 architecture while the other architectures use the same file (i.e. others see the same example). I made it prominent that this is merely an example.
Move over files from the draft/ directory. 2004.2 is released :)
#56972 mention YYYY instead CCYY
#52911: Added comment: AMD64 users should not use athlon-xp in CFLAGS
#49552 - Add note that certain warnings during the extraction of the stages can be ignored
#50049 - Make the stage3-<subarch> name more prominent, some users think it is not an example but a reallife command
Using md5sum -c instead of just md5sum
GNUs GCC documentation URL has changed
2004.1 release. Moving docs from draft/ to correct space. Hopefully this goes without any issues *crosses fingers*
Its arch/release, not release/arch
fixed typo: s/dislayed/displayed/
#46211 - Date/time must be set correctly before continuing with the installatoin
The installation instructions in the handbook should only be the instructions we can "maintain". All other instructions should be maintained in the alternative installation guide (altinstall.xml). This moves out all the irrelevant information. It also includes better description on the LiveCDs and such.
#43526 - Explain that it is "oh", not "zero" while editing the CFLAGS
Portage snapshots location is different
Move from draft - 2004.0 is released
#39385 - Fix typo
#37766 - Add md5sum checking for stages
Add necessary xml constructs on top of all hb-files, tx to neysx
Fix typos, #37377
Fix issue with make.conf.example
Fix #37076: Add AMD64 instructions
add note about /etc/make.conf.example, fixes #36959
Fix #36605: make GRP copy instructions less error-prone
removed ACCEPT_KEYWORDS subsection, fixes #36829
Fix #36241 - We recommend to change the USE variable based on the default USE settings, but the defaults arent available before the user runs emerge sync.
Part 2 of the Gentoo Handbook is now official
Fix #35525: Users should not set the ACCEPT_KEYWORDS before Gentoo is installed
Some minor changes
Fix #34543 - Typos and better definition of _single_ snapshot
Michael Balamuth corrected me that it is separate, not seperate
Add CVS information as comment
Fix some possible misinterpretations
Update for HPPA plus some small updates
Fix some minor twitches, plus a wrong sequence
Use O2 instead of O3
Add licensing to all seperate files, make as many links as possible relative instead of absolute
Updates on handbook with recommendations from email@example.com
Small updates to increase readability
Restyle handbook internally
New update; finish stage chapter, start on disk chapter
Add USE information
Add portage configuration variables, first part
Link quick installation reference
Written introductiory note
First draft handbook; not for public use
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