Updating gentoo profile
Gentoo is sometimes referred to as a meta-distribution due to the extreme flexibility of Portage, which makes it operating-system-independent.
The Gentoo/Alt project is concerned with using Portage to manage other operating systems, such as BSDs, mac OS and Solaris.
Now that you are booted into a Gentoo environment you are going to want to check that your networking device is enabled and has an address as we will need it during the install.
Some commands to help with this are emerge --ask -jv app-editors/vim app-admin/syslog-ng sys-process/cronie sys-apps/mlocate app-admin/sudo app-admin/logrotate app-misc/screen app-text/tree app-portage/gentoolkit app-portage/portage-utils net-misc/dhcpcd net-misc/netifrc Now we should be able to shutdown the system and the power back on into your working Gentoo installation.
If you do not see your networking device listed after running the below command then you will need to reconfigure the kernel with your device driver enabled.
That is all there is to it, you now a have a basic Gentoo installation suitable for use with any of the other Gentoo projects mentioned on Agix Linux Blog.
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Portage is a package management system originally created for and used by Gentoo Linux and also by Chrome OS, Sabayon, and Funtoo Linux among others.
Portage is based on the concept of ports collections.
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