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713 # <c>emerge sync</c> 713 # <c>emerge sync</c>
714 # <c>emerge -up world</c> 714 # <c>emerge -up world</c>
715 <comment>lists [<i>packages</i>] to be installed</comment> 715 <comment>lists [<i>packages</i>] to be installed</comment>
716 # <c>emerge -u world</c> 716 # <c>emerge -u world</c>
717 </pre> 717 </pre>
718 <p>Once you complete this step, your Gentoo installation is ready to move on to the next step. 718 <p>Once you complete this step, your Gentoo installation is ready to move on to the next step.
719 </p> 719 </p>
720 720
721 </body> 721 </body>
722 </section> 722 </section>
723 </chapter> 723 </chapter>
724 <chapter> 724 <chapter>
725 <title>Using GRP</title> 725 <title>Using GRP</title>
726 <section> 726 <section>
727 <body> 727 <body>
728 <p>If you bind mounted <path>/mnt/cdrom/gentoo/packages</path> previously, you can take advantage of pre-built GRP package sets
729to avoid compiling certain popular and large packages. Currently, we provide full builds of everything you need for <c>openoffice-bin</c>, 728 <p>You can take advantage of pre-built GRP package sets to avoid compiling certain popular and large packages. Currently, we provide full builds of everything you need for <c>openoffice-bin</c>,
730<c>GNOME</c>, <c>KDE</c> and <c>xfree</c>. 729<c>GNOME</c>, <c>KDE</c> and <c>xfree</c>.
731</p> 730</p>
732 <p>First, you will need to <c>cd</c> to the location of the packages directory, for the 731 <p>First, you will need to <c>cd</c> to the location of the packages directory, for the
733liveCD you will find it at <path>/mnt/cdrom/gentoo/packages</path>. In that directory you 732liveCD you will find it at <path>/mnt/cdrom/gentoo/packages</path>. In that directory you
734will find the <c>grp-install.sh</c> script, an <i>All</i> directory that contains all of the binary 733will find the <c>grp-install.sh</c> script, an <i>All</i> directory that contains all of the binary
735packages, and a list of available GRP packages. To install any/all of these 734packages, and a list of available GRP packages. To install any/all of these
736package sets you should do the following: </p> 735package sets you should do the following: </p>
737 <pre caption="Using GRP"> 736 <pre caption="Using GRP">
738# <c>sh grp-install.sh &lt;list of package lists&gt;</c> 737# <c>sh grp-install.sh &lt;list of package lists&gt;</c>
739<comment>where &lt;list of package lists&gt; may be any of the *-list.txt files found in the same directory.</comment> 738<comment>where &lt;list of package lists&gt; may be any of the *-list.txt files found in the same directory.</comment>
740</pre> 739</pre>
741 <p><c>grp-install.sh</c> can be run multiple times without replacing existing installations. You can 740 <p><c>grp-install.sh</c> can be run multiple times without replacing existing installations. You can
742do a <c>sh grp-install.sh</c> for a basic usage description if you are still a bit foggy. 741do a <c>sh grp-install.sh</c> for a basic usage description if you are still a bit foggy.
743</p> 742</p>
744 </body> 743 </body>

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