If you can not connect a network cable try this:
You can also depending on skill pop in the livedvd and chroot into your installed system and continue + fix what is needed then exit and reboot into installed hd / should then be working normal Sabayon.CHROOT: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/h ... art1_chap6
What is important in this link.
First get your internet going in the livedvd then in a terminal login as root, decide where you will be mounting your installed hard drive.
To get the dns to work so it will connect ip addresses with word addresses for internet sites:
cp -L /etc/resolv.conf /mnt/gentoo/etc/
See how and what is your partition layout:
Make a dir for mounting the installed hard drive partition too:
Mount the partition to this folder
mount /dev/sda??? /mnt/linux
Replace the ??? with actual label / numbering as is appropriate to your partition layout / root partition numbering dev/sda* or /dev/sdb* or similar.
mount -t proc none /mnt/gentoo/proc
mount -o bind /dev /mnt/gentoo/dev
chroot /mnt/linux /bin/bash
>> Regenerating /etc/ld.so.cache...
export PS1="(chroot) $PS1"
export PS1="(pimp-my-linux) $PS1"
Any label will do to keep you focused on what and where you are working in. Any other terminal window will be root of livedvd and have to chroot /mnt/..... and later parts to get into installed hd partition instead of livedvd root terminal.
Now you are in chroot and can do what you need same as if you booted into it, just don't try to start kde or gnome if it is already running on the livedvd. LOL
This way you do not need a network cable and can do all the stuff Micia posted above to get it to work.
Yup we should edit the guide and let most folks first " equo world --fetch " or download and then run and install as this is a safer way to do it.
Hope this helps, shout if you need more help.