Dnia 2010-09-15, o godz. 13:49:53
"email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> napisaÅ‚(a):
> On 09/15/10 13:46, Davide Carnovale wrote:
> > You're welcome! I was just online at the right time =)
> > Il giorno 15/set/2010 13:40, "email@example.com"
> > <firstname.lastname@example.org> ha scritto:
> > On 09/15/10 13:33, Davide Carnovale wrote:
> >> You definitely can. The usual gentoo install is based o...
> > Great stuff, thanks for fast answere.
> > Greeting from Germany
> What is about grub2 and gentoo? nerver used before and my Debian
> already have it. I rember from the last time with ubuntu that i got
> problem to boot, becources the option do work correctly.
> i got grub2-1.98+20100804-4
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I suggest you try first on virtual environment before breaking anything
- virtualbox for example...
For creating 32bit gentoo on 64bit debian use /usr/bin/linux32 before
you chroot to gentoo stage root.
So the plan I see is:
1. create gentoo on server (linux32, chroot, compile, emerge -e world,
etc). You can always recompile world with another set of CFLAGS if you
have different machine, so set CGLAGS for generic 686
2. create experimental environment with debian and compiled gentoo in
3. learn about problems (bios, grub, grub2, backup copies)
4. do it