Gentoo Portage Overlay
To install and use Portage overlays, you must first install and configure layman:
You must also add a line to your make.conf file. This line is different depending on the version of layman that you have.
#Layman 1.1: source /usr/portage/local/layman/make.conf #Layman 1.2: source /usr/local/portage/layman/make.conf #Layman 1.3 and later: source /var/lib/layman/make.conf
For older setups use and more information see: http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/overlays/userguide.xml#doc_chap2
Before you can use layman, you need to fetch its list of overlays:
You may also want to read the Gentoo Overlays Users' Guide for more information on layman, including how to update your overlays.
Adding the Armagetron overlay
layman -a armagetron
Installing Armagetron Advanced
Several USE flags exist for Armagetron packages:
- debug: Enabled debug mode. This may disable certain features, and enable debugging artifacts.
- dedicated: Builds the dedicated server
- moviepack: Installs graphics making Armagetron look more like the movie TRON
- moviesounds: Installs sound files from the movie TRON. You can set LINGUAS="es -en" to get sounds from the Spanish movie instead.
- opengl: Builds the regular game client; default unless USE=dedicated
- armagetronad: Releases of Armagetron Advanced. If you set ~arch keyword, you will be able to install experimental releases.
Updating the overlay
You can sync just your Armagetron overlay via layman:
layman -s armagetron
Or sync all your overlays at the same time: