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9<sections> 9<sections>
10<section> 10<section>
11<title>DistCC</title> 11<title>DistCC</title>
12<subsection> 12<subsection>
44Installing distcc is, as is with all software available through Gentoo's 44Installing distcc is, as is with all software available through Gentoo's
45Portage, extremely easy: 45Portage, extremely easy:
46</p> 46</p>
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48<note> 48<note>
49From now on, as you now know how to install binary packages if you want, we will
50omit the <c>--usepkg</c> option throughout the rest of the Gentoo Handbook. 49From now on, we will omit the --usepkg option throughout the rest of the Gentoo
50Handbook, as you now know how to install binary packages when you want to.
51</note> 51</note>
52 52
53<pre caption="Installing Distcc"> 53<pre caption="Installing Distcc">
54# <i>emerge distcc</i> 54# <i>emerge distcc</i>
55</pre> 55</pre>
119<title>What is ccache?</title> 119<title>What is ccache?</title>
120<body> 120<body>
121 121
122<p> 122<p>
123<c>ccache</c> is a fast compiler cache. When you compile a program, it will 123<c>ccache</c> is a fast compiler cache. When you compile a program, it will
124cache intermediate results so that, when you ever recompile the same program, 124cache intermediate results so that, whenever you recompile the same program,
125the compilation time is greatly reduced. In common compilations this can result 125the compilation time is greatly reduced. In common compilations this can result
126in 5 to 10 times faster compilation times. 126in 5 to 10 times faster compilation times.
127</p> 127</p>
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129<p> 129<p>
204create your own prebuilt packages? 204create your own prebuilt packages?
205</p> 205</p>
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207<p> 207<p>
208If the package is already installed, you can use the <c>quickpkg</c> command 208If the package is already installed, you can use the <c>quickpkg</c> command
209which will make a tarball of the installed files. This is very interesting for 209which will make a tarball of the installed files. This is very useful for
210backup purposes! 210backup purposes!
211</p> 211</p>
212 212
213<pre caption="Using quickpkg"> 213<pre caption="Using quickpkg">
214# <i>quickpkg gnumeric</i> 214# <i>quickpkg gnumeric</i>
283<subsection> 283<subsection>
284<title>Activating sandbox and/or userpriv</title> 284<title>Activating sandbox and/or userpriv</title>
285<body> 285<body>
286 286
287<p> 287<p>
288Portage will use <c>sandbox</c> per default. If you want <c>userpriv</c>, you 288Portage will use <c>sandbox</c> by default. If you want <c>userpriv</c>, you
289should add it to the <c>FEATURES</c> variable. Note that activating 289should add it to the <c>FEATURES</c> variable. Note that activating
290<c>userpriv</c> will drop <c>sandbox</c> support, unless you also activate 290<c>userpriv</c> will drop <c>sandbox</c> support, unless you also activate
291<c>usersandbox</c>: 291<c>usersandbox</c>:
292</p> 292</p>
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