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9<sections> 9<sections>
10 10
11<version>7.1</version> 11<version>13</version>
12<date>2006-10-08</date> 12<date>2013-01-03</date>
13 13
14<section> 14<section>
15<title>Chrooting</title> 15<title>Chrooting</title>
16<!--<subsection> MIPS install media doesn't include mirrorselect
17<title>Optional: Selecting Mirrors</title>
18<body>
19
20<p>
21In order to download source code quickly it is recommended to select a fast
22mirror. Portage will look in your <path>make.conf</path> file for the
23GENTOO_MIRRORS variable and use the mirrors listed therein. You can surf to
24our <uri link="/main/en/mirrors.xml">mirror list</uri> and search
25for a mirror (or mirrors) close to you (as those are most frequently the
26fastest ones), but we provide a nice tool called <c>mirrorselect</c> which
27provides you with a nice interface to select the mirrors you want.
28</p>
29
30<pre caption="Using mirrorselect for the GENTOO_MIRRORS variable">
31# <i>mirrorselect -i -o &gt;&gt; /mnt/gentoo/etc/make.conf</i>
32</pre>
33
34<warn>
35Do not select any IPv6 mirrors. Our stages currently do not support IPv6.
36</warn>
37
38<p>
39A second important setting is the SYNC setting in <path>make.conf</path>. This
40variable contains the rsync server you want to use when updating your Portage
41tree (the collection of ebuilds, scripts containing all the information Portage
42needs to download and install software). Although you can manually enter a SYNC
43server for yourself, <c>mirrorselect</c> can ease that operation for you:
44</p>
45
46<pre caption="Selecting an rsync mirror using mirrorselect">
47# <i>mirrorselect -i -r -o &gt;&gt; /mnt/gentoo/etc/make.conf</i>
48</pre>
49
50<p>
51After running <c>mirrorselect</c> it is adviseable to double-check the settings
52in <path>/mnt/gentoo/etc/make.conf</path> !
53</p>
54
55</body>
56</subsection>-->
57<subsection> 16<subsection>
58<title>Copy DNS Info</title> 17<title>Copy DNS Info</title>
59<body> 18<body>
60 19
61<p> 20<p>
66network. 25network.
67</p> 26</p>
68 27
69<pre caption="Copy over DNS information"> 28<pre caption="Copy over DNS information">
70<comment>(The "-L" option is needed to make sure we don't copy a symbolic link)</comment> 29<comment>(The "-L" option is needed to make sure we don't copy a symbolic link)</comment>
71# <i>cp -L /etc/resolv.conf /mnt/gentoo/etc/resolv.conf</i> 30# <i>cp -L /etc/resolv.conf /mnt/gentoo/etc/</i>
72</pre> 31</pre>
73 32
74</body> 33</body>
75</subsection>
76<subsection> 34</subsection>
35<subsection>
77<title>Mounting the /proc and /dev Filesystems</title> 36<title>Mounting the necessary Filesystems</title>
78<body> 37<body>
79 38
80<p> 39<p>
81Mount the <path>/proc</path> filesystem on <path>/mnt/gentoo/proc</path> to 40Mount the <path>/proc</path> filesystem on <path>/mnt/gentoo/proc</path> to
82allow the installation to use the kernel-provided information within the 41allow the installation to use the kernel-provided information within the
83chrooted environment, and then mount-bind the <path>/dev</path> filesystem. 42chrooted environment, and then mount-bind the <path>/dev</path> and
43<path>/sys</path> filesystems.
84</p> 44</p>
85 45
86<pre caption="Mounting /proc and /dev"> 46<pre caption="Mounting /proc and /dev">
87# <i>mount -t proc none /mnt/gentoo/proc</i> 47# <i>mount -t proc none /mnt/gentoo/proc</i>
48# <i>mount --rbind /sys /mnt/gentoo/sys</i>
88# <i>mount -o bind /dev /mnt/gentoo/dev</i> 49# <i>mount --rbind /dev /mnt/gentoo/dev</i>
89</pre> 50</pre>
90 51
91</body> 52</body>
92</subsection> 53</subsection>
93<subsection> 54<subsection>
103</p> 64</p>
104 65
105<p> 66<p>
106This chrooting is done in three steps. First we will change the root 67This chrooting is done in three steps. First we will change the root
107from <path>/</path> (on the installation medium) to <path>/mnt/gentoo</path> 68from <path>/</path> (on the installation medium) to <path>/mnt/gentoo</path>
108(on your partitions) using <c>chroot</c>. Then we will create a new environment 69(on your partitions) using <c>chroot</c>. Then we will reload some settings, as
109using <c>env-update</c>, which essentially creates environment variables. 70provided by <path>/etc/profile</path>, in memory using <c>source</c>.
110Finally, we load those variables into memory using <c>source</c>.
111</p> 71</p>
112 72
113<pre caption = "Chrooting into the new environment"> 73<pre caption = "Chrooting into the new environment">
114# <i>chroot /mnt/gentoo /bin/bash</i> 74# <i>chroot /mnt/gentoo /bin/bash</i>
115# <i>env-update</i>
116>> Regenerating /etc/ld.so.cache...
117# <i>source /etc/profile</i> 75# <i>source /etc/profile</i>
118# <i>export PS1="(chroot) $PS1"</i> 76# <i>export PS1="(chroot) $PS1"</i>
119</pre> 77</pre>
120 78
121<p> 79<p>
152you. 110you.
153</p> 111</p>
154 112
155<p> 113<p>
156If you are warned that a new Portage version is available and that you should 114If you are warned that a new Portage version is available and that you should
157update Portage, you should do it now using <c>emerge portage</c> command. 115update Portage, you should do it now using <c>emerge --oneshot portage</c>.
158</p> 116</p>
159 117
160</body> 118</body>
161</subsection> 119</subsection>
162<subsection> 120<subsection>
173the system to a certain range of package versions. This is all maintained by the 131the system to a certain range of package versions. This is all maintained by the
174Gentoo developers. 132Gentoo developers.
175</p> 133</p>
176 134
177<p> 135<p>
136Previously, such a profile was barely touched by the user. However, there may be
137situations in which you may decide a profile change is necessary.
138</p>
139
140<p>
178Since 2006.0, there has been a re-shuffle regarding the profiles for MIPS 141Since 2006.0, there has been a re-shuffle regarding the profiles for MIPS
179systems. These profiles set various options including USE flags, which affect 142systems. These profiles set various options including USE flags, which affect
180what patchsets are enabled with various system-critical packages (notably, 143what patchsets are enabled with various system-critical packages (notably,
181<c>gcc</c> and <c>mips-sources</c>). 144<c>gcc</c> and <c>mips-sources</c>).
182</p> 145</p>
183 146
184<p> 147<p>
185Previously, such a profile was barely touched by the user. However, x86, hppa
186and alpha users can choose between two profiles, one for a 2.4 kernel and one
187for a 2.6 kernel. This requirement has been imposed to improve the integration
188of the 2.6 kernels. The ppc and ppc64 architectures have several profiles
189available as well. We will talk about those later.
190</p>
191
192<p>
193Thus, care needs to be taken to ensure the correct profile is selected for your 148Thus, care needs to be taken to ensure the correct profile is selected for your
194system type. As of Gentoo/MIPS 2006.1, the profiles are: 149system type. As of Gentoo/MIPS 2007.0, the profiles are:
195</p> 150</p>
196 151
197<table> 152<table>
198 <tr> 153 <tr>
199 <th>System</th> 154 <th>System</th>
200 <th>Profile</th> 155 <th>Profile</th>
201 <th>Userland</th> 156 <th>Userland</th>
202 <th>Status/Notes</th> 157 <th>Status/Notes</th>
203 </tr> 158 </tr>
204
205 <tr> 159 <tr>
206 <ti>Cobalt Qube/RaQ</ti> 160 <ti>Cobalt Qube/RaQ</ti>
207 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/cobalt/o32</ti> 161 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/cobalt/o32</ti>
208 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti> 162 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti>
209 <ti>Recommended</ti> 163 <ti>Recommended</ti>
210 </tr> 164 </tr>
211 <tr> 165 <tr>
212 <ti>"</ti> 166 <ti>"</ti>
213 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/cobalt/o32/nptl</ti> 167 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/cobalt/o32/nptl</ti>
214 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti> 168 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti>
215 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti> 169 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti>
216 </tr> 170 </tr>
217
218 <tr>
219 <th>&nbsp;</th>
220 <th>&nbsp;</th>
221 <th>&nbsp;</th>
222 <th>&nbsp;</th>
223 </tr> 171 <tr>
224 172 <th>&nbsp;</th>
173 <th>&nbsp;</th>
174 <th>&nbsp;</th>
175 <th>&nbsp;</th>
176 </tr>
225 <tr> 177 <tr>
226 <ti> 178 <ti>
227 Generic Big Endian<br /> 179 Generic Big Endian<br />
228 <e>Including SGI Indy, Indigo2 (R4x00), Challenge S and O2</e> 180 <e>Including SGI Indy, Indigo2 (R4x00), Challenge S and O2</e>
229 </ti> 181 </ti>
230 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/o32</ti> 182 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/o32</ti>
231 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti> 183 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti>
232 <ti>Recommended</ti> 184 <ti>Recommended</ti>
233 </tr> 185 </tr>
234 <tr> 186 <tr>
235 <ti>"</ti> 187 <ti>"</ti>
236 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/o32/nptl</ti> 188 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/o32/nptl</ti>
237 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti> 189 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti>
238 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti> 190 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti>
239 </tr> 191 </tr>
240 <tr> 192 <tr>
241 <ti>"</ti> 193 <ti>"</ti>
242 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/n32</ti> 194 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/n32</ti>
243 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti> 195 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti>
244 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti> 196 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti>
245 </tr> 197 </tr>
246 <tr> 198 <tr>
247 <ti>"</ti> 199 <ti>"</ti>
248 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/n32/nptl</ti> 200 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/n32/nptl</ti>
249 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti> 201 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti>
250 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti> 202 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti>
251 </tr> 203 </tr>
252 <tr> 204 <tr>
253 <ti>"</ti> 205 <ti>"</ti>
254 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/n64</ti> 206 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/n64</ti>
255 <ti>N64 Linuxthreads</ti> 207 <ti>N64 Linuxthreads</ti>
256 <ti>Unsupported (3)</ti> 208 <ti>Unsupported (3)</ti>
257 </tr> 209 </tr>
258 <tr> 210 <tr>
259 <ti>"</ti> 211 <ti>"</ti>
260 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/n64/nptl</ti> 212 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/n64/nptl</ti>
261 <ti>N64 NPTL</ti> 213 <ti>N64 NPTL</ti>
262 <ti>Unsupported (1) (3)</ti> 214 <ti>Unsupported (1) (3)</ti>
263 </tr> 215 </tr>
264
265 <tr>
266 <th>&nbsp;</th>
267 <th>&nbsp;</th>
268 <th>&nbsp;</th>
269 <th>&nbsp;</th>
270 </tr> 216 <tr>
271 217 <th>&nbsp;</th>
218 <th>&nbsp;</th>
219 <th>&nbsp;</th>
220 <th>&nbsp;</th>
221 </tr>
272 <tr> 222 <tr>
273 <ti>SGI Origin 200/2000</ti> 223 <ti>SGI Origin 200/2000</ti>
274 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip27/o32</ti> 224 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip27/o32</ti>
275 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti> 225 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti>
276 <ti>Recommended</ti> 226 <ti>Recommended</ti>
277 </tr> 227 </tr>
278 <tr> 228 <tr>
279 <ti>"</ti> 229 <ti>"</ti>
280 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip27/o32/nptl</ti> 230 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip27/o32/nptl</ti>
281 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti> 231 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti>
282 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti> 232 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti>
283 </tr> 233 </tr>
284 <tr> 234 <tr>
285 <ti>"</ti> 235 <ti>"</ti>
286 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip27/n32</ti> 236 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip27/n32</ti>
287 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti> 237 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti>
288 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti> 238 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti>
289 </tr> 239 </tr>
290 <tr> 240 <tr>
291 <ti>"</ti> 241 <ti>"</ti>
292 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip27/n32/nptl</ti> 242 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip27/n32/nptl</ti>
293 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti> 243 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti>
294 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti> 244 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti>
295 </tr> 245 </tr>
296 246
297 <tr> 247 <tr>
298 <th>&nbsp;</th> 248 <th>&nbsp;</th>
299 <th>&nbsp;</th> 249 <th>&nbsp;</th>
300 <th>&nbsp;</th> 250 <th>&nbsp;</th>
301 <th>&nbsp;</th> 251 <th>&nbsp;</th>
302 </tr> 252 </tr>
303
304 <tr> 253 <tr>
305 <ti>SGI Indigo2 Impact R10000</ti> 254 <ti>SGI Indigo2 Impact R10000</ti>
306 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip28/o32</ti> 255 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip28/o32</ti>
307 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti> 256 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti>
308 <ti>Recommended</ti> 257 <ti>Recommended</ti>
309 </tr> 258 </tr>
310 <tr> 259 <tr>
311 <ti>"</ti> 260 <ti>"</ti>
312 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip28/o32/nptl</ti> 261 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip28/o32/nptl</ti>
313 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti> 262 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti>
314 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti> 263 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti>
315 </tr> 264 </tr>
316 <tr> 265 <tr>
317 <ti>"</ti> 266 <ti>"</ti>
318 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip28/n32</ti> 267 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip28/n32</ti>
319 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti> 268 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti>
320 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti> 269 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti>
321 </tr> 270 </tr>
322 <tr> 271 <tr>
323 <ti>"</ti> 272 <ti>"</ti>
324 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip28/n32/nptl</ti> 273 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip28/n32/nptl</ti>
325 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti> 274 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti>
326 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti> 275 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti>
327 </tr> 276 </tr>
328
329 <tr>
330 <th>&nbsp;</th>
331 <th>&nbsp;</th>
332 <th>&nbsp;</th>
333 <th>&nbsp;</th>
334 </tr> 277 <tr>
335 278 <th>&nbsp;</th>
279 <th>&nbsp;</th>
280 <th>&nbsp;</th>
281 <th>&nbsp;</th>
282 </tr>
336 <tr> 283 <tr>
337 <ti>SGI Octane/Octane2</ti> 284 <ti>SGI Octane/Octane2</ti>
338 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip30/o32</ti> 285 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip30/o32</ti>
339 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti> 286 <ti>32-bit Linuxthreads</ti>
340 <ti>Recommended</ti> 287 <ti>Recommended</ti>
341 </tr> 288 </tr>
342 <tr> 289 <tr>
343 <ti>"</ti> 290 <ti>"</ti>
344 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip30/o32/nptl</ti> 291 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip30/o32/nptl</ti>
345 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti> 292 <ti>32-bit NPTL</ti>
346 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti> 293 <ti>In Testing (1)</ti>
347 </tr> 294 </tr>
348 <tr> 295 <tr>
349 <ti>"</ti> 296 <ti>"</ti>
350 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip30/n32</ti> 297 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip30/n32</ti>
351 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti> 298 <ti>N32 Linuxthreads</ti>
352 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti> 299 <ti>Highly Experimental (2)</ti>
353 </tr> 300 </tr>
354 <tr> 301 <tr>
355 <ti>"</ti> 302 <ti>"</ti>
356 <ti>default-linux/mips/2006.1/ip30/n32/nptl</ti> 303 <ti>default-linux/mips/2007.0/ip30/n32/nptl</ti>
357 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti> 304 <ti>N32 NPTL</ti>
358 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti> 305 <ti>Highly Experimental (1) (2)</ti>
359 </tr> 306 </tr>
360</table> 307</table>
361 308
362<impo> 309<impo>
363(1) NPTL is in-testing on MIPS at this stage, requiring 310(1) NPTL is in-testing on MIPS at this stage, requiring <c>gcc-4.1</c> and
364<c>gcc-4.1</c> and <c>glibc-2.4</c>. These profiles 311<c>glibc-2.4</c>. It is believed that NPTL should be safe enough now for people
365are a work-in-progress, and are not guaranteed to work. It is recommended that 312to use, and is planned to be the default in future releases. Brave users are
366people do not use these profiles until all the issues have been resolved. 313welcomed to try these profiles out and report back.
367</impo> 314</impo>
368 315
369<warn> 316<warn>
370(2) n32 Userland is highly experimental, a lot of software has problems with 317(2) n32 Userland is highly experimental, a lot of software has problems with
371this ABI, and thus it is practically guaranteed that you will run into stability 318this ABI, and thus it is practically guaranteed that you will run into stability
384You can see what profile you are currently using with the following command: 331You can see what profile you are currently using with the following command:
385</p> 332</p>
386 333
387<pre caption="Verifying system profile"> 334<pre caption="Verifying system profile">
388# <i>ls -FGg /etc/make.profile</i> 335# <i>ls -FGg /etc/make.profile</i>
389lrwxrwxrwx 1 48 Apr 8 18:51 /etc/make.profile -> ../usr/portage/profiles/default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/o32/ 336lrwxrwxrwx 1 48 Apr 8 18:51 /etc/make.profile -> ../usr/portage/profiles/<keyval id="profile"/>
390</pre> 337</pre>
391 338
392<p> 339<p>
393Having looked through the profiles above, and decided which one is the most 340Having looked through the profiles above, and decided which one is the most
394appropriate, you need to adjust your <path>make.profile</path> symlink to 341appropriate, you need to adjust your <path>make.profile</path> symlink to
401<comment>(Delete the old profile symlink)</comment> 348<comment>(Delete the old profile symlink)</comment>
402# <i>rm -f /etc/make.profile</i> 349# <i>rm -f /etc/make.profile</i>
403 350
404<comment>(Create a new symlink pointing to your chosen profile ) 351<comment>(Create a new symlink pointing to your chosen profile )
405(For example, this is what one would use on an Indy or O2.)</comment> 352(For example, this is what one would use on an Indy or O2.)</comment>
406# <i>ln -s /usr/portage/profiles/default-linux/mips/2006.1/generic-be/o32</i> 353# <i>ln -s /usr/portage/profiles/default-linux/mips/2007.0/generic-be/o32</i>
407</pre> 354</pre>
408 355
409<note> 356<note>
410A tip for those not familiar with the Bourne Again Shell... If you partially 357A tip for those not familiar with the Bourne Again Shell... If you partially
411type a filename or command, then hit the TAB key, it will automatically fill out 358type a filename or command, then hit the TAB key, it will automatically fill out
441 388
442<p> 389<p>
443In the <c>USE</c> variable you define keywords which are mapped onto 390In the <c>USE</c> variable you define keywords which are mapped onto
444compile-options. For instance, <e>ssl</e> will compile ssl-support in the 391compile-options. For instance, <e>ssl</e> will compile ssl-support in the
445programs that support it. <e>-X</e> will remove X-server support (note the 392programs that support it. <e>-X</e> will remove X-server support (note the
446minus sign in front). <e>gnome gtk -kde -qt3 -qt4</e> will compile your 393minus sign in front). <e>gnome gtk -kde -qt4</e> will compile your
447programs with gnome (and gtk) support, and not with kde (and qt) support, 394programs with gnome (and gtk) support, and not with kde (and qt) support,
448making your system fully tweaked for GNOME. 395making your system fully tweaked for GNOME.
449</p> 396</p>
450 397
451<p> 398<p>
482<pre caption="Opening /etc/make.conf"> 429<pre caption="Opening /etc/make.conf">
483# <i>nano -w /etc/make.conf</i> 430# <i>nano -w /etc/make.conf</i>
484</pre> 431</pre>
485 432
486<pre caption="USE setting"> 433<pre caption="USE setting">
487USE="-gtk -gnome qt3 qt4 kde dvd alsa cdr" 434USE="-gtk -gnome qt4 kde dvd alsa cdr"
488</pre> 435</pre>
489 436
490</body> 437</body>
491</subsection> 438</subsection>
492<subsection> 439<subsection>
517<p> 464<p>
518The next step is to run <c>locale-gen</c>. It will generate all the locales you 465The next step is to run <c>locale-gen</c>. It will generate all the locales you
519have specified in the <path>/etc/locale.gen</path> file. 466have specified in the <path>/etc/locale.gen</path> file.
520</p> 467</p>
521 468
522<note> 469<pre caption="Running locale-gen">
523<c>locale-gen</c> is available in <c>glibc-2.3.6-r4</c> and newer. If you have 470# <i>locale-gen</i>
524an older version of glibc, you should update it now. 471</pre>
525</note>
526 472
527<p> 473<p>
528Now continue with <uri link="?part=1&amp;chap=7">Configuring the Kernel</uri>. 474Now continue with <uri link="?part=1&amp;chap=7">Configuring the Kernel</uri>.
529</p> 475</p>
530 476

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