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Me + Gentoo: Not a good ideea… Great distro though

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I just had to go there. I had to go there and do something stupid… Let me tell you what happened.

The tendency to learn something new is very high and very powerful, but as we all know you cannot learn without making mistakes. If somebody ever claims that he did something perfectly on the first try, you should instantly know that the person you are talking to did not learn a thing.

Today I woke up with a wish to do a review on Gentoo Linux. I thought to myself “how hard could it be?”. Well let me tell you it’s hard… I personally do not have enough experience or knowledge about the linux system to get Gentoo up and running… yet.

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