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Uhh how difficult is it,Like do i ahve to manually configure everything or could i do a noobie install like ubuntu's?I want to know cuz it sound really good and i want it,and if it doesnt have a noobie installer,can some like gimme direction on how to install it
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I just did it for the first time the other day and I thought it was as easy as any other distro.
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It seems nice and everything just whats the command for starting gnome or xfce i can start kde and also how would i like recompile my kernel and use portage,cuz i need a kerenl that support smp
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Have you read the Handbook, yet? It was a wonderful resource for me when I first started.
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