XFce4 And Gentoo
edscott wilson garcia
edscott at lunar-linux.org
Fri Dec 5 04:49:09 CET 2003
On Thu, 2003-12-04 at 15:57, Tuukka Mäkinen wrote:
> edscott wilson garcia wrote:
> > If I need to keep configuration for samba, lpr, user database, upsd
> > (nut), what would be the best path to migrate a server from RH to
> > Gentoo?
> How sophisticated system you have with these? I wouldn't expect copying
> some files from /etc and /home are too hard to accomplish. Another issue
> is do you have spare disk to use for install?
I boot from a software raid, so I need my custom kernel (haven't used
RH's in years). I got plenty disks and partitions so I think I will
follow your suggestion to install in an unused partition and gradually
do the configuration. The BSD style updating process sounds cool.
> If you have spare disk I would suggest you create chroot inside your
> Redhat system instead of booting from Gentoo livecd but otherwise follow
> Gentoo install guide.
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