A blog entry about gentoo
On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 11:38:53 +0100, David wrote:
> The link:
"Gentoo works with two kinds of software trees: the stable tree, and the
Not true, the two trees are stable and testing. Unstable software is generally
hard-masked. Stable in this context means relatively unchanging, it does
not refer to the propensity, or otherwise, of the software to fall over.
"Unstable means that the package is not tested enough and may harm your
system (other packages depending of it don't work anymore, etc), and it
is not advised to install."
FUD! Testing packages are packages where the EBUILD needs further
testing, How will that happen if no one installs it?
If you want to manage keywords (and USE flags) for packages, you could
The word 'Windows' is a word out of an old dialect of the Apaches.
It means: 'White man staring through glass-screen onto an hourglass...')