Travis Roth travis at
Fri Apr 16 15:53:21 UTC 2004

This is an interesting approach.
So then did you end up with an extra partition at the end of the
Or did you just make the new partition the default one for Gentoo to
boot from?
What did you do about this?

**  Travis Roth
travis at

-----Original Message-----
On Behalf Of Mike Gorse
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 10:02 AM
To: Linux for blind general discussion
Subject: Re: Gentoo 

For what it's worth, I got it installed by creating a new partition on
drive for it, unpacking the stage 1 tarball into it, and then chrooting 
into it and following the instructions from the documentation as if I
booting from a cd.  Obviously that requires having free space on the 
drive, but it allowed me to install with speech and without having my 
system go down while I was building it.

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