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    Cool, you'll notice the nghost.conf actually...

    Cool, you'll notice the nghost.conf actually points to the wrong directory for themes. The default themes are in a different directory then it's pointing to. I'm at work, but it's the same kinda deal...
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    Check /usr/local/bin, that's where all my...

    Check /usr/local/bin, that's where all my executables were... and /usr/local/bin wasn't in my path so i also got 'command not found' when running via command line, without specifying the full path.
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    Did you already try, ldconfig and revdep rebuild?...

    Did you already try, ldconfig and revdep rebuild?

    I've never seen that error, and nothing on google quickly found anything. I'll keep looking.. maybe Kev has seen it before.

    configure...
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    check /usr/local/libs/ I bet you will find the...

    check /usr/local/libs/

    I bet you will find the libnghost libs there. If not, use locate/find and see where they were. On my system, gentoo, pkg-config-path was looking in /usr/lib for these files....
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    Possibly a bug with gcc 4? What version are you...

    Possibly a bug with gcc 4? What version are you using?

    Found a forum post on another forum where the user had to add '#include <cstdio>' to common.cpp .. Though this was not an Nghost install, but...
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    I don't recognize that error from my trial and...

    I don't recognize that error from my trial and error. configure is successful?

    I'll do some research, but hopefully Kev knows more off the top of his head.
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    Yes, I don't know if others distros have...

    Yes, I don't know if others distros have something similar(Never used it before), but gentoo has /etc/init.d/local which basically does whatever is in /etc/conf.d/local.start and...
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    Well, I managed to get this working on my gentoo...

    Well, I managed to get this working on my gentoo box at home. I posted this on openice's forums, but also going to post it here.

    I know when I was searching to do this I found very little help...
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    nghost is offically installed on my gentoo box. ...

    nghost is offically installed on my gentoo box.

    I ended up using revision 2024, however I think 2084 may of also worked.

    I could not get an ebuild to work for me, libnghost would fail...
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    Awesome thanks Kev. Grabbing svn was actually the...

    Awesome thanks Kev. Grabbing svn was actually the first time I had ever used the svn command.. I didn't even think to check the manual to see if that's how you selected revisions. I was expecting a...
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    Actually when I searched the forums, I found alot...

    Actually when I searched the forums, I found alot of your post because of your signature=) I considered sending you a PM a few times, since you are one of the few I saw advertising gentoo + nghost. ...
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    Kev, stupid question. But where do I find...

    Kev, stupid question. But where do I find revision 2024? The only one I found is 2087?

    https://nghost.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nghost/libnghost/
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    I will try that tonight, Not sure which version I...

    I will try that tonight, Not sure which version I have been trying.

    I tried following the wiki, and using the two ebuilds. libnghost fails everytime on aclocal. aclocal.out says it needs either...
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    Actually I have, and very impressed with it. ...

    Actually I have, and very impressed with it.

    I originally picked gentoo since I was considering using a Wyse v90, with a Via Nehemiah CPU. I thought Gentoo be a solid lean OS to use for this.
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    First Car PC, Gentoo Attempt..

    Just wanted to stop in and say hello. I've been considering doing a car pc for a while now, and finally started the project.

    The car:
    2004 350z Touring model. Bose w/o Navigation. The plan is to...
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    That is an excellent idea Kross, I hadn't...

    That is an excellent idea Kross, I hadn't considered that or even looked at what other CPU's my board could handle.

    Has anyone started with a VIA Nehemiah and been disapointed? How quickly did...
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    Choice on Hardware, C3 vs athlon x64.

    Hello, I am working on a linux system for my 2004 350z. I've been reading quite a bit on the typical install on these cars, overhead 03' cubby in my 2004 with a 7"..

    I have a dilemma. I have...
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    350z..

    So maybe I do need some help.

    After reading it appears the norm is to use the Navigation cubby to install the LCD, since my car is non Nav I have two options..

    1.) Purchase the nav cubby and...
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    Yea I'm doing for the geek factor, and it's a...

    Yea I'm doing for the geek factor, and it's a good lesson. Always learning new things with Linux, and Linux always presents a good challenge.

    My biggest current concern is the car, I've seen...
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    New here, who'd of thought.

    Just thought i'd say hi, new here. Not really to the point of questions just doing initial research now, and thought i'd make an account.

    Plan to install a linux carpc in a 2004 nissan 350z...
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