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Re: [Ltib] LTIB on Gentoo

From: Stuart Hughes
Subject: Re: [Ltib] LTIB on Gentoo
Date: Mon, 05 Feb 2007 17:00:51 +0000

Hi Ken,

The Gentoo discussion was off-list, but basically it was just a minor
tweak to the detection of libstdc++-devel. There wasn't anything else.

You could print out the version of $ec, just a 
   print "returned ec = $ec\n";
would do the trick. Not sure what that would show.

I'm currently trying (and having a hard time) to install gentoo 2006.1
in a VMware environment.  I'll let you know how I get on.  Hopefully
once I've got it booting properly (I need to rebuild with scsi enabled)
I can try to track this issue down (if I can re-create it).

Regards, Stuart

On Mon, 2007-02-05 at 11:31 -0500, Ken Gilmer wrote:
> Hey Stuart,
> > I'm not sure how to diagnose this without a gentoo machine.  I'll  
> > google
> > for a while and see if I can figure out something.  If you have any
> > ideas or theories, that would be good to hear.  BTW: other people are
> > using LTIB on Gentoo (not sure which version), so it should be  
> > fixable.
>    Could you point me to somewhere that has a discussion/dialog about  
> getting Gentoo working with LTIB?  I've looked in the mailing lists  
> and done a little googling but can't find anything.  I'll also post  
> to the Gentoo forums to see if anything pops up.  In general, how  
> does one go about debugging this sort of issue?  If I were to begin,  
> what would you recommend in terms of approach and/or tools?  Would it  
> be useful to just print out the value of $ec?  I'm certainly no pro  
> at perl but I can muck my way around.

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