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1002<comment>If you'd like to use ReiserFS, you should emerge the ReiserFS tools: </comment> 1002<comment>If you'd like to use ReiserFS, you should emerge the ReiserFS tools: </comment>
1003# <c> emerge sys-apps/reiserfsprogs</c> 1003# <c> emerge sys-apps/reiserfsprogs</c>
1004<comment>If you're using LVM, you should emerge the <c>lvm-user</c> package: </comment> 1004<comment>If you're using LVM, you should emerge the <c>lvm-user</c> package: </comment>
1005# <c>emerge --usepkg sys-apps/lvm-user</c> 1005# <c>emerge --usepkg sys-apps/lvm-user</c>
1006 </pre> 1006 </pre>
1007 1007
1008 1008
1009 <p>If you're a laptop user and wish to use your PCMCIA slots on your first 1009 <p>If you're a laptop user and wish to use your PCMCIA slots on your first
1010 real reboot, you'll want to make sure you install the <i>pcmcia-cs</i> package. 1010 real reboot, you'll want to make sure you install the <i>pcmcia-cs</i> package.
1011 </p> 1011 </p>
1012 1012
1013 <pre caption = "Emerging PCMCIA-cs"> 1013 <pre caption = "Emerging PCMCIA-cs">
1014# <c>emerge sys-apps/pcmcia-cs</c> 1014# <c>emerge sys-apps/pcmcia-cs</c>
1015 </pre> 1015 </pre>
1016 1016
1017 <warn>You will have to re-emerge <i>pcmcia-cs</c> after installation to get PCMCIA
1018 to work.
1019 </warn>
1020
1017 </body> 1021 </body>
1018 </section> 1022 </section>
1019 </chapter> 1023 </chapter>
1020 1024
1021 <chapter> 1025 <chapter>
1022 <title>Final steps: /etc/fstab</title> 1026 <title>Final steps: /etc/fstab</title>
1023 <section> 1027 <section>
1024 1028
1025 <body> 1029 <body>
1026 1030
1027 <p>Your Gentoo Linux system is almost ready for use. All we need to do now is configure 1031 <p>Your Gentoo Linux system is almost ready for use. All we need to do now is configure
1028 a few important system files and install the GRUB boot loader. 1032 a few important system files and install the GRUB boot loader.
1029 The first file we need to 1033 The first file we need to
1030 configure is <path>/etc/fstab</path>. Remember that you should use 1034 configure is <path>/etc/fstab</path>. Remember that you should use
1031 the <c>notail</c> option for your boot partition if you chose to create a ReiserFS filesystem on it. 1035 the <c>notail</c> option for your boot partition if you chose to create a ReiserFS filesystem on it.
1141 </pre> 1145 </pre>
1142 1146
1143 1147
1144 <p>If you have multiple network cards you need to create additional <path>net.eth<comment>x</comment></path> 1148 <p>If you have multiple network cards you need to create additional <path>net.eth<comment>x</comment></path>
1145 scripts for each one (<comment>x</comment> = 1, 2, ...): </p> 1149 scripts for each one (<comment>x</comment> = 1, 2, ...): </p>
1146 1150
1147 <pre caption="Multiple Network Interfaces"> 1151 <pre caption="Multiple Network Interfaces">
1148# <c>cd /etc/init.d</c> 1152# <c>cd /etc/init.d</c>
1149# <c>cp net.eth0 net.eth<comment>x</comment></c> 1153# <c>cp net.eth0 net.eth<comment>x</comment></c>
1150# <c>rc-update add net.eth<comment>x</comment> default</c> 1154# <c>rc-update add net.eth<comment>x</comment> default</c>
1151 </pre> 1155 </pre>
1152 1156
1153 1157
1154 <p>If you have a PCMCIA card installed, have a quick look into 1158 <p>If you have a PCMCIA card installed, have a quick look into
1155 <path>/etc/init.d/pcmcia</path> to verify that things seem all right for your setup, 1159 <path>/etc/init.d/pcmcia</path> to verify that things seem all right for your setup,
1156 then add: 1160 then add this line to the top of <path>/etc/init.d/ethx</path>:
1157 </p> 1161 </p>
1158 1162
1159 <pre caption = "PCMCIA Options"> 1163 <pre caption = "PCMCIA depend in /etc/init.d/net.ethx">
1160depend() { 1164depend() {
1161 need pcmcia 1165 need pcmcia
1162} 1166}
1163 </pre> 1167 </pre>
1164 1168
1165 <p>to the top of your <path>/etc/init.d/net.eth<comment>x</comment></path> file.
1166 This makes sure that the PCMCIA drivers are autoloaded whenever your network is loaded. </p> 1169 <p>This makes sure that the PCMCIA drivers are autoloaded whenever your network is loaded.
1170 </p>
1167 1171
1168 </body> 1172 </body>
1169 </section> 1173 </section>
1170 1174
1171 <section> 1175 <section>
1172 <title>Final steps: configure basic settings (including the international keymap setting)</title> 1176 <title>Final steps: configure basic settings (including the international keymap setting)</title>
1173 1177
1174 <body> 1178 <body>
1175 1179
1176 <pre caption="basic configuration"> 1180 <pre caption="Basic Configuration">
1177# <c>nano -w /etc/rc.conf</c> 1181# <c>nano -w /etc/rc.conf</c>
1178 </pre> 1182 </pre>
1179 1183
1180 <p>Follow the directions in the file to configure the basic settings. 1184 <p>Follow the directions in the file to configure the basic settings.
1181 All users will want to make sure that <c>CLOCK</c> is set to his/her 1185 All users will want to make sure that <c>CLOCK</c> is set to his/her
1182 liking. International keyboard users will want to set the <c>KEYMAP</c> 1186 liking. International keyboard users will want to set the <c>KEYMAP</c>
1183 variable (browse <path>/usr/share/keymaps</path> to see the various 1187 variable (browse <path>/usr/share/keymaps</path> to see the various
1184 possibilities). 1188 possibilities).
1185 </p> 1189 </p>
1186 1190
1187 </body> 1191 </body>
1188 </section> 1192 </section>
1189 1193
1190 <section> 1194 <section>
1191 <title>Final steps: Configure GRUB</title> 1195 <title>Final steps: Configure GRUB</title>
1384 </note> 1388 </note>
1385 1389
1386 <impo>Remember if you are running hardware RAID, you must 1390 <impo>Remember if you are running hardware RAID, you must
1387 use the bootdisk for the first reboot. 1391 use the bootdisk for the first reboot.
1388 then go back and install grub the way everyone else did the first 1392 then go back and install grub the way everyone else did the first
1389 time. You are done, congratulations</impo> 1393 time. You are done, congratulations</impo>
1390 1394
1391 <p>If you have any questions or would like to get involved with Gentoo Linux development, 1395 <p>If you have any questions or would like to get involved with Gentoo Linux development,
1392 consider joining our gentoo-user and gentoo-dev mailing lists 1396 consider joining our gentoo-user and gentoo-dev mailing lists
1393 (there's a "click to subscribe" link on our <uri link="http://www.gentoo.org">main page</uri>). 1397 (there's a "click to subscribe" link on our <uri link="http://www.gentoo.org">main page</uri>).
1394 We also have a handy <uri link="http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/desktop.xml">Desktop configuration guide</uri> 1398 We also have a handy <uri link="http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/desktop.xml">Desktop configuration guide</uri>
1395 that will 1399 that will
1396 help you to continue configuring your new Gentoo Linux system, and a useful 1400 help you to continue configuring your new Gentoo Linux system, and a useful
1397 <uri link="http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/portage-user.xml">Portage user guide</uri> 1401 <uri link="http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/portage-user.xml">Portage user guide</uri>
1398 to help familiarize you with Portage basics. You can find the rest of the Gentoo Documentation 1402 to help familiarize you with Portage basics. You can find the rest of the Gentoo Documentation
1403 <uri link = "http://www.gentoo.org/main/en/docs.xml">here</uri>. If you have any other questions
1404 involving installation or anything for that matter, please check the Gentoo Linux
1399 <uri link = "http://www.gentoo.org/main/en/docs.xml">here</uri>. 1405 <uri link = "http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/faq.xml">FAQ</uri>.
1400 Enjoy and welcome to Gentoo Linux! 1406 Enjoy and welcome to Gentoo Linux!
1401 </p> 1407 </p>
1402 1408
1403 </body> 1409 </body>
1404 </section> 1410 </section>
1405 </chapter> 1411 </chapter>
1406 1412
1407 <chapter> 1413 <chapter>
1408 <title>Gentoo-Stats</title> 1414 <title>Gentoo-Stats</title>
1409 <section> 1415 <section>
1410 1416
1411 <body> 1417 <body>
1412 1418
1413 <p>The Gentoo Linux usage statistics program was started as an attempt to give the developers 1419 <p>The Gentoo Linux usage statistics program was started as an attempt to give the developers
1414 a way to find out about their user base. It collects information about Gentoo Linux usage to help 1420 a way to find out about their user base. It collects information about Gentoo Linux usage to help

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