Gentoo AMD64 Handbook

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Memasang Gentoo

Tentang pemasangan Gentoo Linux
Bagian ini mengenalkan cara pemasangan yang didokumentasikan dalam handbook ini.
Memilih media pemasangan yang tepat
Gentoo bisa dipasang dengan berbagai cara. Bagian ini menjelaskan cara memasang Gentoo menggunakan CD pemasangan minimal.
Mengkonfigruasi jaringan
Untuk bisa mengunduh source code terbaru, jaringan harus dikonfigurasi.
Menyiapkan diska
Untuk bisa memasang Gentoo, partisi yang dibutuhkan harus dibuat. Bagian ini menjelaskan cara mempartisi sebuah diska untuk penggunaan di masa depan.
Memasang berkas pemasangan Gentoo
Pemasangan Gentoo bekerja melalui arsip stage3. Di bagian ini kita mendeskripsikan bagaimana cara mengekstrak arsip stage3 dan mengkonfigurasikan Portage.
Memasang sistem Gentoo dasar
Setelah memasang dan mengkonfigurasi stage3, sistem dasar diatur supaya lingkungan minimal ada.
Mengkonfigurasi Linux kernel
Linux kernel adalah kunci dari semua distribusi. Bagian ini menjelaskan cara mengkonfigurasi kernel.
Mengkonfigurasi sistem
Beberapa konfigurasi penting harus diubah. Bagian ini ikhtisar dari berkas-berkas ini disediakan dan dijelaskan cara pengubahannya.
Memasang alat sistem
Di bagian ini sebagian alat penting dipilih dan dipasang.
Mengkonfigruasikan bootloader
Di bagian ini bootloader yang tepat dipasang dan dikonfigurasikan.
Finalisasi pemasangan
Pemasangan hampir selesai. Bagian-bagian terakhir didokumentasikan dalam bagian ini.

Bekerja dengan Gentoo

A Portage introduction
This chapter explains simple steps readers must understand to maintain the software on their system.
USE flags
USE flags are a very important aspect of Gentoo. In this chapter, readers learn to work with USE flags and understand how USE flags interact with their system.
Portage features
Discover the features Portage has, such as support for distributed compiling, ccache, and more.
Init script system
Gentoo uses a special initscript format which, among other features, allows dependency-driven decisions and virtual initscripts. This chapter explains all these aspects and explains how to deal with these scripts.
Environment variables
Environment variables can be easily managed with Gentoo. This chapter explains how to do that, and also describes frequently used variables.

Working with Portage

Files and directories
To know Portage in-depth, first learn where it stores its files and data.
Portage is completely configurable, with several options that can be set in a configuration file, or as environment variables.
Mixing software branches
Gentoo provides software separated in several branches, depending on stability and architectural support. "Mixing Software Branches" explains how these branches can be configured and how to override this separation individually.
Additional tools
Portage comes with a few extra tools that might make the Gentoo experience even better. Read on to discover how to use dispatch-conf and other tools.
Custom package repository
This chapter gives some tips and tricks on how to use a custom package repository, how to synchronize only the required categories, how to inject packages, and more.
Advanced features
As time passes, Portage evolves and matures. New features are continually being added. Many of these are useful only to the more experienced user. This chapter explains some of Portage's newer features.

Gentoo network configuration

Getting started
A guide to quickly get the network interface up and running in most common environments.
Advanced configuration
Here we learn about how the configuration works - this is prerequisite knowledge before continuing with modular networking.
Modular networking
Learn how to choose different DHCP clients, setting up bonding, bridging, VLANs, and more.
Configuring Gentoo for wireless networks
Adding functionality
Adventurous users can add their own functions to the networking tools.
Dynamic management
For laptop users or people who move their computer around different networks.

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