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There is a way to install Gentoo so that it runs within Mac OS X. This install method is called "Gentoo Prefix".
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There is a handy script you can use to install Gentoo Prefix on any Mac OS X machine.  
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== Requirements ==
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For Gentoo Prefix installation to work, you must have the Xcode command-line tools installed, so that a compiler toolchain exists. Here are the steps to install the Xcode command-line tools:
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<td>*'''[http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/funtoo{{#external_value:download}} osuosl.org]'''
 
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# Install Xcode itself from the Apple Mac OS X install media. If you are using Mac OS Lion, then the Apple App Store has Xcode available. Search for "Xcode" and you will be able to download and install it.
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<td>* [http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/funtoo{{#external_value:path}} osuosl.org]
# Now, start Xcode.
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# Go to the Xcode menu, then Preferences, then the Downloads tab.
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# Click "Install" next to "Command Line Tools".
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# You will need to log in with your Apple Developer ID for the download to continue.
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Here's how you do it. As root (<tt>sudo su -</tt>), type:
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The <tt>EPREFIX</tt> variable controls the install location. The default is <tt>~/gentoo</tt>.
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$ ##i##wget http://www.cs.stonybrook.edu/~ryao/prefix-install.sh && chmod u+x ./prefix-install.sh && env MAKEOPTS=-j5 ./prefix-install.sh
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</console>
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Bam!
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Now, let's work on Funtoo Prefix :)
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