Originally Posted by K1ttyPlaysFPS
Edit: I am currently downloading the Gentoo Livecd-i686-2006.0.iso.
I didn't see anywhere whether this is 64 bit or not, but from what I can tell
Gentoo is only 64bit?...
Cool picture! That would make his laptop an eye-catcher for sure.
I'm using Gentoo x64 myself. I've had no problems with it at all.
One thing you might keep in mind is your RAID setup. I don't know of anyone who has used that...
I'll give this a shot - but keep in mind that I know zilch about Ubuntu. (I'm gentoo/debian/SuSE)
Just from what you have said, I'd say the problem is with USB. The firewire drive pretty much validates the hotplugging & scsi disk...
The Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG drivers are not yet in the kernel.
The drivers are available though, and have been put into portage.
Here are some instructions for installing them in gentoo. [but not during an install]
If I understand you correctly, I think you need to learn how to use cgi scripts.
Basically: make sure the script outputs correct HTML, make it executable, put it in your cgi-bin directory, then point your browser at it.
Originally Posted by seablade
Put in your windows disk, there should be an option to repair the MBR.
That is of course assuming you dont need grub anymore(Since it doesnt seem like you still have Linux...
I think the synaptics driver requires event.
It looks like he has the event interface built already since he is showing an event handler for that device.
Why does Fedora think my touchpad...
try: cat /proc/bus/input/devices
In there you should find an entry like this [mine]:
Originally Posted by
Look at the Handlers= line.
In this case, my touchpad is mouse0 and event2. So, I can...