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  1. SOLVED! For some reason I don't remember my hosts file had the following line 140.82.118.4 github.com wiki.github.com gist.github.com assets0.github.com assets1.github.com assets2.github.com assets3.github.com Removing the line solved completely the problem
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  2. erikr

    Funtoo KDE strategy?

    Hi fellows, Some time ago I was forced to abandon Funtoo to Gentoo as the KDE tree fell hopelessly behind. I did not have the time nor the funto-mirroring-know-how to get involved in the matter. I did try to use the ebuilds from Gentoo by that became a dependency nightmare. Quite a lot have changed in Funtoo since then. Recently there has been a general upgrade of the kde-plasma/plasma-meta and KDE was up to date for a while, but are no longer. Question is, will the status of KDE depend on once in a while heroic efforts or are Funtoo aiming to mirror either Gentoo or KDE trees so t
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  3. Confirm emerge failure oracle-javamail-1.5.6 Install dev-java/javatoolkit-0.6.5.ebuild and dev-java/oracle-javamail-1.5.6-r1.ebuild from gentoo in your local overlay solves the issue. In the process of building jedit-5.4.0 and its depends jython-2.7.0-r2 emerge failed. Emerged jython by going to Bug 758881 - dev-java/jython-2.7.0-r2 AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'startswith' apply jython-2.7.0-r2.ebuild.patch regenerate manifest. dev-java:jython-2.7.0-r2:20210319-042623.log dev-java:jython-2.7.0-r2:20210319-025110.log dev-java:oracle-java
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  4. A much needed update for kde-plasma/plasma-meta to 5.20.5 is in Funtoo repositories! We hope KDE users will enjoy this as a lot of hard work has gone into this one with over 500 KDE-plasma packages updated. If for some reason you find a bug, please report it with the relevant information needed to help troubleshoot the issue to https://bugs.funtoo.org so it can be fixed as soon as possible. Thanks in advance! If you have questions, issues, or just want to drop in and say hello you can find us on Discord https://discord.gg/BNUSpUU or Telegram https://t.me/funtoolinux
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  5. I tried to make this clear in the announcement, but it is worth explaining in more detail -- Sabayon Linux and Funtoo Linux are going to remain distinct things. We will make the Funtoo tree work for Sabayon so we can all contribute to the same set of packages. There is no implied change to either Funtoo or Sabayon, besides Sabayon moving to use the Funtoo tree, by announcing this collaboration. Each project continues to make decisions for its own community with no obligation to switch to different technologies unless one project decides it wants to. Over time, we will be collabo
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  6. Since they're pulling gentoo packages I'm not sure how much difference the freshness of the ISO makes. I assume it's a stage4/installer package and you can build from there. For comparison, Funtoo 1.4 was released Sept '19. That's the interesting thing about this, if they have an easy installer and a more friendly package manager it could significantly extend Funtoo's reach. They are at least in the top 100 on distrowatch. That probably represents at least a doubling of users benefiting from Funtoo developments. The one concern for me is that Sabayon currently ships with systemd a
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  7. Running 32-bit Win apps requires 32-bit wine. The wine available in 1.4 is 64-bit and will not run 32-bit Win binaries. The following is a quick writeup on how I did it. There are other ways, possibly better, but this one is mine and I stand by it. 🙂 I opted to use a chrooted 32-bit environment in which I installed Gentoo and wine. I started by making a ~/gentoo folder and downloading a current 32-bit Gentoo stage3 in it: mkdir gentoo cd gentoo wget <stage3_URL> You need to be root for the following steps sudo su tar xpf <stage3> cp /etc/resolv.conf
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