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17<chapter> 17<chapter>
18 <title>Getting Started</title> 18 <title>Getting Started</title>
19 19
20 <section> 20 <section>
21 <title>How is Gentoo pronounced, and what does it mean?</title> 21 <title>How is Gentoo pronounced, and what does it mean?</title>
22 <body><p>Gentoo is a species of small fast penguin, pronounced "jen-two".</p></body> 22 <body><p>Gentoo is a species of small fast penguin, pronounced "gen-too" (The "g" in "gentoo" is a soft "g", as in "gentle".)</p></body>
23 </section> 23 </section>
24 24
25 <section> 25 <section>
26 <title>What makes Gentoo different?</title> 26 <title>What makes Gentoo different?</title>
27 <body> 27 <body>
39</chapter> 39</chapter>
40 40
41<chapter> 41<chapter>
42 <title>Installation</title> 42 <title>Installation</title>
43 43
44 <section>
45
44 <impo>REPORT all bugs to <uri>bugs.gentoo.org</uri>! Do not report bugs to upstream (original) 46 <warn>REPORT all bugs to <uri>bugs.gentoo.org</uri>! Do not report bugs to upstream (original)
45 authors. Report the bugs to Gentoo, and we will move them upstream if necessary. 47 authors. Report the bugs to Gentoo, and we will move them upstream if necessary.
46 </impo> 48 </warn>
47 49
48 <section>
49 <title>What is the difference between the .iso and .tbz2 files?</title> 50 <title>What is the difference between the .iso and .tbz2 files?</title>
50 <body><p>The build <e>.tbz2</e> file is a minimal set of system files 51 <body><p>The build <e>.tbz2</e> file is a minimal set of system files
51 that is necessary for allowing a user to bootstrap and install 52 that is necessary for allowing a user to bootstrap and install
52 Gentoo Linux. The build <e>.iso</e> is a complete, bootable CD image that 53 Gentoo Linux. The build <e>.iso</e> is a complete, bootable CD image that
53 contains a system kernel, a reasonably complete set of kernel modules, 54 contains a system kernel, a reasonably complete set of kernel modules,
354 <section> 355 <section>
355 <title>What if rsync doesn't work for me?</title> 356 <title>What if rsync doesn't work for me?</title>
356 <body><p> 357 <body><p>
357 If you're behind a firewall that doesn't permit 358 If you're behind a firewall that doesn't permit
358 rsync traffic, then you can instead download the daily 359 rsync traffic, then you can instead download the daily
359 /usr/portage snapshot from 360 /usr/portage snapshots from
360 <uri>http://cvs.gentoo.org/snapshots</uri>. Just unpack 361 <uri>http://cvs.gentoo.org/snapshots/</uri>. Just unpack
361 the tarball (using <c>tar xvjf portage-foo.tbz2</c>) in 362 the tarball (using <c>tar xvjf portage-foo.tbz2</c>) in
362 the <path>/usr</path> directory. 363 the <path>/usr</path> directory.
363 </p></body> 364 </p></body>
364 </section> 365 </section>
365 366

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