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actualy it would be eeaier to compile stuff and get rid of compiled stuff
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actualy it would be eeaier to compile stuff and get rid of compiled stuff
IMO true. That why I don't use Package managers much, I still like compiling stuff on my own. Its just that the pre-compiled stuff is more popular with noobs b/c it appears easier. It is in some areas, Emerge pwns. I still like, make install clean, though.
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Yeah I thought it would be messed up if you configured something from source, but they say it'll work fine. Seems like a nice way to keep things organized.
I agree, I might have to take a look at this one.

And Hobo, I agree with you again on the compiling/decompiling. Emerge is a great thing, and is not much harder than package management at all.
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Well if anyone want to try it get the RC1 013 release. The 012 release kept getting errors at the mounting drives part in boot, but 013 release went without a problem.
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Well 013rc2 just came out today if anyone cares. You can get it here.
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