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Gentoo on DELL Inspiron 1501

Having tried Debian Lenny, Debian Squeeze, Ubuntu 10.10 and Ubuntu 11.04 over past 2+ years I'm back to Gentoo. And what am I seeing now? Gentoo has been moved to baselayout2 and OpenRC, without properly updated stage3 tarball and with out-of-dated Handbook and Quick guide. Which leads to non-bootable OS.

Well, that's a challange! Let's go for it!

Views: 24391 | Added by: dell1501 | Date: 2011-06-22 | Comments (0)

Funny, but "conservative" governor acts just as "powersave" on Mobile Sempron, keeping frequency as low as possible even uneder heavy load. I guess, i'll stick to "conservative" on batteries and "ondemand" for AC power.
Views: 8723 | Added by: dell1501 | Date: 2009-03-05 | Comments (0)

  I haven't yet finished playing with Gentoo, so I really don't know if I should post my experiments here.
 
 Also, feel free to ask anything at comments to the corresponding articles.In case you have any suggestions about this site, please leave them at guestbook.
Views: 1185 | Added by: dell1501 | Date: 2008-01-14 | Comments (0)

This site is dedicated to Gentoo installation and usage on DELL Inspiron 1501

Though, i'm a newbie to Gentoo and even to laptops, you may find something useful.

I do understand, that my English is far from good. Feel free to correct me, wherever you find mistakes.
Views: 1681 | Added by: dell1501 | Date: 2007-09-07 | Comments (2)



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