This One Time, at Band Camp, James Harrison <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said, On Tue, 
Mar 25, 2008 at 08:03:46AM -0600:
> On Tue, 2008-03-25 at 07:17 +0100, Wael Nasreddine wrote:
> > Hello,

> > I have a FreeBSD x86 server, running FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE, I'd like to
> > create a new jail with distcc and gcc to help my laptop compiling
> > gentoo x86 stuff, I'm using GCC 4.2.3 on my laptop...

> > is it possible to use FreeBSD for compiling gentoo's stuff?? I heard
> > of cross-compiling but I have never tried it... if so, any guide
> > please ??

> > Thanks :)

> Cross compiling refers to the practice of compiling on one hardware
> architecture for another hardware architecture, typically going from x86
> to ARM I'd imagine.

> In this case, FreeBSD and gentoo put libraries in different places, call
> libraries by different names, and use an entirely different system of
> makefiles for packages. As such, I imagine that either you'd be better
> off making a virtual machine with gentoo installed in it on your FreeBSD
> box and compiling from there, or it's possible you could compile static
> binaries and use those.

> I'm not an expert on jails by any means, but my understanding is that
> the only OS you can use within a jail is FreeBSD, as all jailees share a
> common kernel.

> Best

> James

Oh, I didn't know the difference thanks, I'll try working on a gentoo
chroot inside a Jail, and create a new rc.d to start the distcc of
that chroot, thx :)

P.S: isn't there a Reply to List in evolution?? emails sent to the
mailing list with evolution ( I'm not sure if all of them but yours
did and a lot before has the same issue. ) doesn'tpass the checks I
have in my procmail setting (attached) and end up in a wrong folder...

Wael Nasreddine
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