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Gentoo: Installing / Administering on Multiple Machines

On Feb 11, 2004, at 7:12 PM, dsr at wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 04:19:05PM -0500, Joshua Pollak wrote:
>> Hello, I've been running Gentoo on a personal basis for a very long
>> time, but I've never used it at work. I would like to propose its use
>> here at my company to replace our RedHat 9.0 machines.
>> Is there any documentation around on the best way to install, maintain
>> and keep mulitple machines up-to date with Gentoo?
> I can tell you exactly how to do that with Debian. Gentoo, no idea.

I don't think my company would go for Debian, and while I like it 
better then Red Hat, the glacial pace of releases has gotten to me.

> Have you considered 0install?

Interesting, but I don't think that fits our needs. I'm not sure a 
zero-installed toolchain would be practical. :) And can you 
zero-install KDE?

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