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Old 10-28-2007, 05:05 PM   #1
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CCACHE and acpid issues


Hello.

I need help with two issues. The first is that i get output in my console from acpi events, whenever thermal change i get output and processor changes, also if i press a key connected to acpid.
My second issue is that i can't find out how to set CCACHE_DIR permanently, it is in mine make.conf but it doesn't stick, neither does the CCACHE_SIZE variable but that i can change in a diffrent way.

My platform is gentoo

I hope that you can help me.
 
  


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