Gentoo uses a package management system call portage, it has more than 10000 "apps". Not all of them are tested or supported for ARM, but loads are.malakai wrote:Nice what apps does it support? Not familiar with Gentoo wiki says it's a BSD base.
The link to the image is broken I believe it has YYYYMMDD is it supposed to be that way?
I referenced this article -> http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/2008rugar wrote:I haven't done any overclocking yet but i am wondering if the settings in the gentoo wiki would void warranty?
http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt says: "Warranty will be voided when you use force_turbo or current_limit_override or temp_limit>85 together with over_voltage>0". That seems to be the case in the config.txt example in the wiki.
It is not really crystal clear, as the refer to turbo mode and not explicitly force_turbo. My interpretation is that running in "Turbo" will not effect your warranty, using force_turbo maybe does.We’ve been doing a lot of work to understand the impact of voltage and temperature on lifetime, and are now able to offer a “turbo mode”, which dynamically enables overclock and overvolt under the control of a cpufreq driver, without affecting your warranty. We are happy that the combination of only applying turbo when busy, and limiting turbo when the BCM2835′s internal temperature reaches 85°C, means there will be no measurable reduction in the lifetime of your Raspberry Pi.
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File systems ---> Pseudo filesystems ---> [*] Tmpfs virtual memory file system support (former shm fs)
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mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /home/pali/tmpali/