System hosed AGAIN
Shern, Benjamin J
ShernBJ at LOUISVILLE.STORTEK.COM
Wed Jan 29 18:55:01 GMT 2003
I started with a bunch of command line tools...
Let it work out all the dependencies
Then I moved on to xfree86
Then a bunch of window managers
Then all the kde crap I tweaked in zlocal to use vers. 3.1
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Todd A. Jacobs [mailto:nospam at codegnome.org]
> Sent: January 29, 2003 6:41 PM
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> Subject: RE: System hosed AGAIN
> On Wed, 29 Jan 2003, Shern, Benjamin J wrote:
> > I've had success with 1.2. I have encountered some packages that
> > require some tweaking. I would wager that the problems you
> are seeing
> > relate to too many compiler optimizations while building the kernel.
> Which packages, in particular? What have you installed? In
> what order did
> you install system packages and package groups?
> And I cannot imagine that "-02 -march=pentium4 --strip" can
> be considered
> too many optimizations. If true, it would sort of defeat the
> purpose of a
> source distro: everything compiled with "-O0 -march=i386"
> would just plain
> "Of course I'm in shape! Round's a shape, isn't it?"
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