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I'm building Gentoo stages

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Gentoo

Just wanted to let you know that I've started building Gentoo stage1, stage2 and stage3 tarballs for x86, i686 and amd64, and am making them available online. I am also making OpenVZ templates available online as well.

These stages are clean Gentoo builds using a snapshot of the official Portage tree. x86 and i686 are using the 2007.1 profile whereas amd64 is using the 2007.0 profile. No overlays - just pure Gentoo.

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