Am I wrong, or is the gentoo install insanely comlicated?
Although I did not sit in front of it from start to finish, it seems like an install takes hours
and hours of work...
I followed the Handbook (some 80 pages of documentation), which i'm sure is very accurate and each
step worked as advertised, but in the end it was too much.
After an install of debian, which takes me less than 20 minutes, this was too much for my poor
little brain to take, and I eventually gave up.
In addition to that, I can't for the life of me, get slackware to consistantly install lilo
correctly during the install.
Any comments on either of these would be apreciated, however, I am just writing this to toss my
vote in for a linux install fest as a meeting topic.
I have no problem bringing in a laptop to show the simple, eligant, streamlined, 20 minute debian
install, but I would like to also see someone go through a gentoo install, and assist on a
slackware lilo config...all of which can be done via my laptop if needed.