[clug-talk] Gentoo 2004.3 is out, and here I am compiling 2004.2
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Wed Nov 17 17:27:37 PST 2004
On Wednesday 17 November 2004 15:35, Niels Voll wrote:
> I'm curious - how long did the whole process and up taking?
On my new box (AMD 64 - 3500 w/1 gig) the base system was ready in about 4
hours, but I wasn't just sitting and waiting, so I'm not sure how long I
waited between completing each stage. Kernel compiles take a few minuites.
Certainly less than 5.
KDE took quite a while. Perhaps 15 or 20 hours? It ran all day that I was at
work, and was done before I arrived the next day.
OTOH, I had a P-200 laptop with 32 megs RAM, and each stage took about 36
hours. I didn't bother trying KDE.
> Ian Bruseker wrote:
> >On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 11:25:50 -0700, Kevin Anderson
> ><list-server at myrealbox.com> wrote:
> >>I suspect that you'll have compiled all the latest stuff anyway, and
> >> there will be no need to even emerge -u world to move to the new
> >> release.
> >You were right. Thanks. After "emerge system" was done I checked and
> >emerge couldn't find anything else to do. After that, however, I
> >pointed /etc/make.profile to the new 2004.3 release profile (what that
> >means is described here for those who want to know:
> >http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/gentoo-upgrading.xml), and then it came
> >up with a few packages to update and 4 to remove. Yes, I know this
> >isn't strictly necessary, but since it was a clean install anyway, I
> >thought I'd do it anyway and see what happened. Now I feel really
> >up-to-date. :-)
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