daktras wrote:eselect kernel list
eselect opengl list
'eselect kernel list' not found? Hmm...that's odd...that *should* give you a list of installed kernels (I'm guessing .27 to .29 here) like this:
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Sm0kerZ-ParadiZe ~ # eselect kernel list
Available kernel symlink targets:
 linux-2.6.28-sabayon *
Sm0kerZ-ParadiZe ~ #
(I'm not running the .29 kernel as I've had too many probs with it)
To choose the kernel to run, you would use 'eselect kernel set x', where x is to be replaced by the number corresponding to the kernel of your choice (in my case: 'eselect kernel set 2')
Next, you would make sure you have the correct drivers installed (for me this would be 'equo install nvidia-drivers', but you're on ATI and I don't know what the package is called), then reboot (obviously into the kernel you set in eselect)
With 'uname -r' you can make sure the right kernel was loaded (has to be the same as eselect)
Only thing is.....I wouldn't know why 'eselect kernel list' didn't give you any (useful) output, someone else might have to help you with that...
btw when commands are given, leave the single quotes I've used above out, but I'm guessing you already knew that
daktras wrote:nice icon by the way
Thanx, I'm gonna live up to it right now and roll me one!