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  1. 8 points
    drobbins

    1.4 is (almost!) ready to go!

    Hey everyone, 1.4 is almost ready to be released. Thanks so much to everyone who has contributed pull requests for 1.4 and tested 1.4. There's still a bunch of work to do, but there always will be and I believe 1.4 will be our most well-tested release so far. After 1.4 is released, we will start development on 2.0, to be released some time in the Fall (Sept/Oct timeframe). I've been thinking about the release schedule a lot and I think that aiming for a .0 release every Fall seems to be a good idea. This means the work is completed well before the winter holidays, and fall in the US is a good season of change and looking forward to new things. What I have left to do for 1.4 is to update the ARM builds to 1.4 and then also to update our documentation, release notes, upgrade steps and related docs. I want to incorporate the new video cards mix-ins into the official installation steps and not leave it to just be a "First Steps" item after install. This way, people can use the install docs to get their desktop environment of choice up and running, too. I hope to get all this completed in the next few days.
  2. 7 points
    drobbins

    1.4-release efforts starting

    Everyone, I have just started getting kit-fixups ready for 1.4-release development. Some key changes that are coming in 1.4-release: move away from eselect opengl and to libglvnd. official support of container-based solution for steam, etc. updates to pam and pambase 1.4-release will be tracking "current" gentoo for a while and will freeze sometime this summer, likely in June 2019. If you want to get involved, chat on #funtoo and look at the latest commits to kit-fixups on code.funtoo.org. I'll also be doing some introductory videos on how to get involved with the new release of Funtoo. -Daniel
  3. 6 points
    drobbins

    Funtoo release model

    We are not doing rolling release for the following reasons: Too much time is spent on fixing various breakages coming in from Gentoo, which takes time away from other things... other things are more important such as new technology like fchroot and the upcoming containerization solution... If users are interested in certain packages being updated, I am encouraging them to submit a pull request and maintain these ebuilds themselves, so I am going to focus on helping YOU maintain ebuilds rather than have a few people (this has generally been Oleg) maintaining them for everyone. This model doesn't scale -- we all need to do a little bit rather than a few people doing a lot. See the YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKmOY6p3c9hxv3vJMAF8vVw for tutorials Short-term, this means development slows down. But in reality, it will speed up development greatly. For those hanging out on IRC, you know that Oleg who has helped to maintain Funtoo for years has moved on to a new chapter in his life, so he is no longer active on Funtoo. But even though I am not slaving away over here, thanks to incoming pull requests Funtoo is continuing to move forward and be responsive to user needs. So think of it as a course correction as we become more agile and community-oriented, and be part of the solution. If you are reading this, it means you are part of the Funtoo community and just as able to contribute to Funtoo as anyone else (maybe with some tutorials/videos to help). When I work on technologies, I am trying more to work on key tools that help the community be more productive (like fchroot) rather than focusing on specific ebuilds, which I am leaving to the community to manage using pull requests. Best, Daniel
  4. 5 points
    Hey Everyone, I want to officially announce 'fchroot', Funtoo's new QEMU-based chroot tool which allows you to chroot into ARM stage3's and live systems using your 64-bit PC. It is pretty neat stuff. Check out this video for a demo: Enjoy ? -Daniel
  5. 3 points
    GNOME 3.34.1 is ready for use and will become the default version of GNOME in 1.4-release in a few days. If you would like to use it now, you can add the following to /etc/ego.conf: [kits] gnome-kit = 3.34-prime Then ego sync, emerge -auDN @world, emerge @preserved-rebuild, and restart xdm and you should be in business. If you would like to avoid upgrading to GNOME 3.34, now is the time to insert the following code into /etc/ego.conf: [kits] gnome-kit = 3.32-prime Then, in a few days when 3.34-prime becomes active, you will stick with 3.32-prime and not get the updates until you want them.
  6. 3 points
    drobbins

    1.4 -- Even More New Stuff

    There has been a lot of updates to Funtoo Linux 1.4 since its release -- most of these not officially announced. So it would be a good idea to make an official announcement of many of them: SELinux Updates Firefox and Firefox-bin 69, updated thunderbird. New gfxcard-nvidia-legacy mix-in for older drivers. Updated NVIDIA drivers to latest releases. Conky updated. kde-plasma merge fixes. mesa merge fixes and version bump. ffpmeg updated to latest release, with fixes for arm-64bit. Latest Spotify release added. Openrc net-online major improvements. New Language added: crystal (check it out) debian-sources/debian-sources-lts updates and now compile using your -march settings (since custom-cflags is now enabled by default.) Prior to this they compiled using generic 64-bit optimizations on x86-64bit. New encrypted-root mix-in to be used to enable LUKS in genkernel/debian-sources(-lts). To use, enable this mix-in and re-build your debian-sources(-lts) kernel. Rust-kit is now at 1.37-prime New dev-lua/lua and fixes for lua-using packages. Ebuilds using lua-5.2+ should use the new dev-lua/lua ebuild (not the legacy dev-lua/lua.) fwupd bumped to 1.3.1 nginx, nginx-unit, dovecot, php, mariadb vivaldi updated dovecot updated Anything I forgot? Follow up in this discussion thread. MANY OF THESE FIXES WERE SUBMITTED BY OUR USERS! Thanks to bcowan, perfinion, jhan, tux, tczaude, KlipKyle, scottfurry and anyone I forgot to mention for making Funtoo better for everyone πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
  7. 3 points
    drobbins

    Funtoo Linux 1.4 Released!

    Hey everyone -- Funtoo Linux 1.4 is now to be considered officially released! Some changes in the last several weeks include: Updating to gcc-9.2.0 to address an upstream compilation bug (thanks: calrama) Additional testing/fixing of dependencies (thanks: sandro and others) New debian-sources and debian-sources-lts kernels (thanks: bcowan) Debian-sources-lts will now default to using "custom-cflags" USE by default, which will give you a more optimized kernel. -march settings from your subarch mix-in will be applied to your kernel compilation as well. This appears to result in a noticeable performance improvement. Many thanks to jhan, digifuzzy, klipkyle, librin.so.1, niranjan, sandro and everyone else (sorry if I forgot to mention you) for making this the most tested and most community-focused release of Funtoo ever! I will continue to update documentation on the wiki relating to 1.4, and of course, 1.4 development continues with pull requests and issues reported to bugs.funtoo.org. I hope to start 2.0 development in about a month. Also note -- we now have a "Announcement Discussion" forum visible from the main forums page which allows posts and is open to discussing any announcements. Best, Daniel
  8. 3 points
    drobbins

    Funtoo Linux 1.4 Released!

    Please see the following for more info: Release Notes: https://www.funtoo.org/Release_Notes/1.4-release Upgrading from 1.3: https://www.funtoo.org/Upgrade_Instructions/1.4-release Download and Install: https://www.funtoo.org/Install/Introduction
  9. 3 points
    lazlo.vii

    Is Funtoo dying?

    Funtoo isn't dying. Funtoo is changing just like it always has. You know far better than we do what you want from your Linux distro so ask yourself if you have liked all of the past changes to Funtoo. Then stick with it and have some faith in the wisdom of our BDFL. If you don't like what you see in a year or two you can go to another distro and have not lost anything. I originally switched to Funtoo because too many things in Gentoo and Debian stayed the same. Having bleeding edge packages wasn't why I used Gentoo. It was because it gave me a greater degree of control than any other OS. The reason I love Debian is because the stable release is always stable but unfortunately I have to give a lot of control to use it. Funtoo can give me the control that I want and at the same time give me the stability that I need so I am keeping an open mind. If you have the skills to contribute to the code base and improve things for all of us I encourage you to get involved. If you are like me and couldn't write a program if your life depended on it then I encourage you donate a bit of money to Funtoo every month.
  10. 2 points
    A full set of Funtoo Linux 1.4 maintenance release 2 stages has been uploaded to build.funtoo.org. These stages include: GNOME 3.34.2 Updates to debian-sources-lts (4.19.87_p1) Updated Linux firmware Updated firefox Various other fixes If you are already using 1.4, you can get all these updates via a regular ego sync and world update. But if you are planning to install 1.4 from scratch, these builds are up-to-date.
  11. 2 points
    Hi folks O/ few years ago I wonder about a friendly version of Gentoo and Funtoo, the gentoo community don't liked, but I keep did some tests but I didn't continue, well, few week ago I start again, but this time only a Funtoo Friendly version, and now I have something really beginning. the project will resume in few flavors and one version with a overlay with update packages and few extra. the funtoo flavors are X+openbox, gnome and Plasma, they are just the Funtoo Stage3 Generic with few packages and some configuration. and has one version with plasma, but with an overlay with few update packages and other stuffs, a stage more out of the box, I want make something to people learn about gentoo/funtoo or for who use the system without spent hours to build the system. the webiste will be done in the next weeks, and the stages will be available in the next days "sorry, I'm with one pc now, and the net is a turtle". website -> https://bentoo.info/ binhost -> http://binhost.bentoo.info github repos : overlay -> https://github.com/lucascouts/bentoo configurations -> https://github.com/lucascouts/bentoo-cfg I don't know if the funtoo community will like but anyway I'll forward with this project, but will be great if few users could help with feedback or criticisms. thank you anyway ?
  12. 2 points
    drobbins

    Funtoo is now on Discord

    Hey Everyone, We're now supporting Discord as an official Funtoo online community. Join via this link: https://discord.gg/BNUSpUU Forums discussion thread for this announcement here: Best, Daniel
  13. 2 points
    You and I are on the cusp of a political discussion here πŸ™‚ but I would argue that even "reputable" sites these days are spewing propaganda, so there is no substitute for critical thinking. We do not live in an ethical age. Whether intentional or the result of our modern echo chamber, there is misleading information EVERYWHERE online and I couldn't really tell you ANY trustworthy source of information that I would tell you that you could trust implicitly. Even Associated Press and Reuters seem horribly compromised and full of spin! Every journalist seems to want to write an atomic bomb of a news story and go though such extreme lengths to try to inject bias while remaining 'factual' -- it would be comical if it weren't so sad. Assuming a posture of skepticism and "it's probably not as bad as it sounds" is highly recommended when looking at sources of information online. Politics is the art of getting a ton of people pissed off and then leveraging that energy -- and doing this online is known to be extremely effective. So you just have to be wary. Don't be a pawn. Now, as for the other issues you raised, I guess I can read and think about those now that I've vented πŸ™‚
  14. 2 points
    drobbins

    SOLVED: Container Host Out of Space

    @tux yes LXD has its limitations compared to OpenVZ -- I still miss OpenVZ a lot. But LXD is gradually improving. I have plans to offer a lot more to users with hosting and I am hoping to actually realize these plans in a month or so -- let's see if things go as planned πŸ™‚ (Note: it should help with this issue.)
  15. 2 points
    Hey All, I've gone ahead and updated Funtoo Linux 1.4 to contain the latest implementation of SELinux from Gentoo. SELinux is working well under Funtoo now. To use it, see the SELinux page on the Funtoo wiki. Also reference the https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/SELinux/Installation and https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/SELinux pages for documentation reference. These Gentoo wiki pages were originally put together by SwiFT and are excellent, and the SELinux team has kept them up-to-date (I must give credit where credit is due πŸ™‚. We need to work on our modest SELinux wiki page here to improve it: https://www.funtoo.org/SELinux If you are new to SELinux, here are the basic steps. Enable the SELinux mix-in, emerge the SELinux tools as well as policies, rebuild world and etc-update, apply security labels to files, enable in kernel in "permissive mode" -- where it just logs things but doesn't "block" anything, and then start to play. In your /etc/boot.conf, you'll want to add "security=selinux enforcing=0" to your "params +=" line and re-run "ego boot update" to get the kernel booting properly. This is assuming you are using debian-sources or debian-sources-lts. Funtoo is also helping perfinion (find him in #gentoo-base on freenode) in Gentoo test the SELinux-next security policies. Here is how you can test them: 1. Add the following to package.keywords: sec-policy/selinux-* ** 2. Then emerge @selinux-rebuild to reinstall all the 9999 policies (to be used with 2.9 userspace) 3. Do a full relabel. 4. Reboot. Then, you can run and start auditd which will generate logs of what SELinux activity is going on. After your initial reboot into the new SELinux, start auditd with empty logs, and keep it running as you go about your business. After a few days of using Funtoo as you normally would, these logs can be useful to the SELinux team to determine if the new policies are working as expected. Of particular interest is the use of elogind under SELinux. Once using the new SELinux-next policies, 'ps auxfZ | grep logind' should be in the systemd_logind_t domain. Thanks to perfinion and the SELinux team for moving SELinux forward! Let's help them πŸ™‚
  16. 2 points
    Hey Everyone, I recently upgraded to a newer Thinkpad Laptop (P1) and decided this was a good time to upgrade Funtoo's graphics stack to sort of finish the work that TemptorSent had started. You'll recall that if you tested 1.4, media-libs/mesa could be quite picky with USE vars/VIDEO_CARDS settings. This should now be fixed. One thing that bugged me when I installed Funtoo on my P1 was that video acceleration wasn't working well. So I've tried very hard to address this so that "out of the box" with minimal/no configuration, you will have good video acceleration support in Funtoo. New documentation on this system that is now in 1.4 can be found here: https://www.funtoo.org/Make.conf/VIDEO_CARDS In particular, see here: https://www.funtoo.org/Make.conf/VIDEO_CARDS/Mix-ins (This table is also included in the main page linked above.) You'll also see extensive documentation on the new VIDEO_CARDS settings that are available and all map directly to a particular graphics driver now (eliminating confusion between gallium and DRI drivers that existed.) The workstation and desktop flavors will now auto-enable Open Source Intel integrated graphics (DRI) and Radeon Gallium graphics (Gallium) -- enabling Vulkan for both. I did not enable nvidia or nouveau by default as I leave this choice of proprietary vs. open source to the user (for Intel and Radeon, the best choices are obvious so safe to enable these.) This should be a big step towards getting everyone optimal video performance in Funtoo without significant work! Be sure to give https://www.funtoo.org/Make.conf/VIDEO_CARDS/Mix-ins and the parent page a good read. And if you use firefox, play around with the h264ify plugin to optimize YouTube video playback and see if it helps reduce your CPU usage. Enjoy!
  17. 2 points
    bcowan

    agetty log spam

    need to edit /etc/inittab and make sure the lines # TERMINALS #x1:12345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 console linux #c1:12345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 tty1 linux #c2:2345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 tty2 linux #c3:2345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 tty3 linux #c4:2345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 tty4 linux #c5:2345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 tty5 linux #c6:2345:respawn:/sbin/agetty 38400 tty6 linux are commented/REM'd like the above
  18. 2 points
    drobbins

    How to run Steam in Funtoo/LXD

    Hey everyone, I have added documentation on how to essentially get Steam running in Funtoo using LXD. First, you will want to follow these instructions to get LXD running: https://www.funtoo.org/LXD Then, follow these instructions, which will get you to the point of setting up a multilib Gentoo container that can run glxgears. At that point, getting Steam running should be pretty straightforward: https://www.funtoo.org/LXD/GPU_Acceleration Please test it out and let me know how it works.
  19. 2 points
    drobbins

    GNOME 3.32 is working well

    Hey everyone, Just wanted to let you know that as of last night, I am happily running GNOME 3.32 with no issues (I did need to fix librsvg to get SVG's to display properly, but after that, it's working great.) I successfully upgraded my dev workstation from 1.3 to 1.4. If you want to upgrade from 1.3, or install a fresh 1.4 using one of our 1.4 stages (now available for Intel only), things should work well. One thing to note, on both the beta 1.4 stages and a 1.3 upgrade, you will need to manually run "eselect python set --python3 python3.7" to set python3.7 to be the default python interpreter instead of 3.6. Our stages will be fixed to have this set already but this is not done yet. I will also include a copy of my post from another place on the forums about upgrading from 1.3: So, upgrade is pretty easy this time around.I will have instructions soon. But you can basically use "standard" upgrade steps. I recommend emerge -1 glibc gcc first, then emerge -auDN @world should generally work. Report any bugs related to upgrade like failed builds because often this can be fixed by tweaking dependencies. Overall the upgrade is MUCH easier than 1.2 -> 1.3. One trick is to remember to "eselect python set --python3 python3.7" after python-3.7 is emerged to make it default. Also, mesa right now is very picky about USE flags related to video card. For example, if you don't have a card that supports vulkan, you cannot have vulkan in USE. Same with xa and other things that were more "permissible" before. As of yesterday, I am now happily running gnome 3.32 and it is working perfectly. I would still call things "in beta" but the remaining issues (there is a "reboot doesn't work" issue currently active, due to a missing /run/initctl -> /dev/initctl symlink) should be worked out with minor package updates.
  20. 2 points
    drobbins

    1.4 stages

    So, upgrade is pretty easy this time around.I will have instructions soon. But you can basically use "standard" upgrade steps. I recommend emerge -1 glibc gcc first, then emerge -auDN @world should generally work. Report any bugs related to upgrade like failed builds because often this can be fixed by tweaking dependencies. Overall the upgrade is MUCH easier than 1.2 -> 1.3. One trick is to remember to "eselect python set --python3 python3.7" after python-3.7 is emerged to make it default. Also, mesa right now is very picky about USE flags related to video card. For example, if you don't have a card that supports vulkan, you cannot have vulkan in USE. Same with xa and other things that were more "permissible" before. As of yesterday, I am now happily running gnome 3.32 and it is working perfectly. I would still call things "in beta" but the remaining issues (there is a "reboot doesn't work" issue currently active, due to a missing /run/initctl -> /dev/initctl symlink) should be worked out with minor package updates.
  21. 2 points
    nigga-china

    Mininal and Optimized Stage3

    Some few days ago I knew about CloverOS that's basically Gentoo with more packages installed by default, with custom config files and also highly optimized with a bunch of flags to compile programs by the most optimized way. This caught my attention so I checked their packages and I saw that the CloverOS guys disable some flags that may break some specific packages, which is nice! Also some few days ago I knew about GentooLTO, that's an overlay for optimizing the compilation of packages. I like to try new things, so I tried GentooLTO with Funtoo on virtualbox but I got a bad news that GentooLTO doesn't work properly on Funtoo. With those discoveries about the Gentoo world, I got myself thinking about if Funtoo had a stage3 with the suckless philosophy, minimal (this is, no custom config files and without a lot of packages installed by default, unlike CloverOS do, unfortunately; only the core as Funtoo's stage3 do), without "bloat" or "bad" (or maybe unnecessary) packages (as CloverOS do by not using systemd, pulseaudio, dbus, avahi and nls), with LibreSSL instead OpenSSL (and also with musl instead glibc if possible), and configured to compile programs to be the most optimized as possible. Well, I'm a young man, I started using Linux about 5 months ago (and I started using Funtoo about 4 months ago) so I have no much experience to do all things I want on my Funtoo system. So I would like (and I think that many other people also would do) if someone that also liked theses ideas make a stage3 with theses "features". This is only an idea to try to make Funtoo more "cozy" to different kinds of people, I hope you guys liked it.
  22. 2 points
    Hey all, I've been really busy this month -- in Funtoo-land as well as on other projects (currently in Washington, DC area doing some work.) I've just moved 1.4-release to ALPHA status (it was "in development" status) and will be working on getting some alpha builds available. I've updated the snapshot that 1.4 is based upon and frozen 1.4 so 1.4 will be based on a June 21, 2019 snapshot of Gentoo. I will also be looking to start a non-frozen variant of Funtoo again... New Firefox and firebox-bin are now in the tree to address security issues. I've also added the latest version of dev-lang/dart to the tree. This is a very interesting language that comes from Google and recently received a major revamp to make it really nice. Here's an interesting article about it: https://hackernoon.com/why-i-moved-from-java-to-dart-8f3802b1d652 . I am using Dart to do multi-platform development using Google's flutter (which uses Dart) -- and I've enjoyed my experience so far. More updates to come... Best, Daniel
  23. 2 points
    drobbins

    1.3 Maintenance Release 1 Now Live

    Folks, The Funtoo Linux 1.3 Maintenance Release 1 is now live, and contains the following updates in order to modernize the distro as well as to allow for a smoother transition to 1.4-release, currently in development: OpenSSL updated to 1.1.1b Ruby stack updated to current 2.6.3 release and moved to independently-maintained status rather than auto-generated. node.js updated to 12.3.0. webkit-gtk updated to 2.24.2. wpa_supplicant update to 2.8 to resolve some connectivity issues. updates to dev-libs/icu, libuv, http-parser, nghttp2, genkernel, eudev System updates should be pretty pain-free with no conflicts or other issues. To upgrade, simply ego sync and then emerge -auDN @world. For security reasons, all packages that use openssl will be automatically rebuilt by emerge. If you encounter complications, a bug report to bugs.funtoo.org would be appreciated. Upgrading from openssl 1.0 to 1.1.1 did require several packages to be updated and there could be a few that were missed and still need patches. Enjoy! -Daniel
  24. 2 points
    sacviper

    xfce terminal input/output error

    Thank you so much this solves the problem without any hicupps ?
  25. 2 points
    cardinal

    xfce terminal input/output error

    Your processor doesn't support aes which is in your CPU_FLAGS_86 and CFLAGS="- march=westmere" Building nettle with aes cpu flag set on gcc when your processor doesn't support aes could be the cause of the error. Reference: https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/x86-Options.html β€˜westmere’ Intel Westmere CPU with 64-bit extensions, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, POPCNT, AES and PCLMUL instruction set support. Set to native and add the proper flags to match your processor. Install cpuid2cpuflags Follow my directions here starting at Remove any gcc override settings you've made previously. After you've finished configuring gcc to match your processor rebuild nettle.
  26. 2 points
    drobbins

    Funtoo release model

    And to expand on this some more -- While it's true that we don't have a dedicated security team and rely on users to report CVE's, this doesn't mean that we trail behind Gentoo in all areas. For example, we have a fix in gettext for CVE-2018-18751 that gentoo does not appear to have. We also had important fixes for avahi remote exploits before Gentoo. In general this means that our ability to be up-to-date with CVEs depends upon our users' ability to report these. In areas where we have had good reports, we have sometimes had things fixed sooner.
  27. 2 points
    drobbins

    forums, member map updated

    Hi All, Forums have been updated to the latest version and I have re-enabled a new version of member map. Let me know if you encounter any issues. -Daniel
  28. 2 points
    Note to all -- this kernel has been unmasked and is ready for general use.
  29. 2 points
    drobbins

    New drobbins YouTube vlog

    Hi All, I've created a new YouTube vlog entry for your enjoyment. This one is about the latest shocking news of being let go from a job. View it here -- I appreciate it if you help me get the word out about my channel, send me some upwardly-pointing thumbs and possibly even subscribe! ? Thanks! Best, Daniel
  30. 1 point
    Some more updates headed your way: nvidia-drivers-440.44 now available. Remember that you will also need to emerge nvidia-kernel-drivers for your kernel to make the kernel modules available. steam-nvidia-launcher is now at 1.5. Fixed are annoying gtk+ dialog messages when starting up the launcher, and also FL-6907 (thanks @nrc) the pulseaudio config hard-coded for UID 1000.
  31. 1 point
    drobbins

    1.3 EOL: March 1, 2020, 1.4 MR2

    As Funtoo Linux 1.4 continues to mature, it has become a much better long-term stable option than Funtoo Linux 1.3, so maintenance and updates for 1.3 will end on March 1, 2020, and users are encouraged to upgrade to 1.4 at this time, or before. In about a week, there will be a second maintenance release of Funtoo Linux 1.4, which will simply be rolled into the official 1.4 release, but will result in updated binary stage3s and GNOME stage3s. The updates will include bumping GNOME from 3.34.1 to 3.34.2 as well as upstream kernel updates with the latest security fixes, in particular ones focused on side-channel vulnerabilities on Intel systems. These updated stages will have 2020-01 timestamps and will be good options for those needing to reinstall an existing 1.3 environment.
  32. 1 point
    @ennui AppArmor is enabled again, and for a bit the dovecot mess resurfaced. But I disabled the dovecot profiles this should have already been resolved. If necessary, reboot your container and it should be fine.
  33. 1 point
    stamasd

    Best epub/ebook reader?

    Yeah, was going to say I just found out there is an ebuild for fbreader; I couldn't check at the time of my original post because I was waiting for calibre to emerge (which failed BTW, I posted a bug report). Trying to install fbreader now. Thanks! (edit) fbreader installed correctly, seems to be the one I was looking for. Thank you again.
  34. 1 point
    stamasd

    Flatpak

    Since 1.3 was released I've been using this Gentoo overlay (using the local repository method) to install flatpak and Steam in it: https://github.com/fosero/flatpak-overlay It works well even after upgrading to 1.4
  35. 1 point
    drobbins

    Funtoo 1.4 - No update to gentoo-sources?

    I tend to agree. Maybe we mask the other kernels that frankly most users never touch. But it seems best to keep gentoo-sources unmasked, but maybe add a warning to it. WIll see if I can modify an eclass to do this.
  36. 1 point
    @lefsha Funtoo *does* include ALL ebuilds from Gentoo -- I think it is just a matter of trying to understand the difference between Funtoo and Gentoo. Funtoo Linux 1.4 is based on a 21 Jun 2019 snapshot of Gentoo Linux, plus a variety of package updates in selected areas. Such as: GNOME 3.32, gcc 9.2.0 default, latest mesa, libglvnd enabled by default, Debian kernels, nginx, mariadb, other server packages, etc, etc. updated by me as well as Funtoo Users. So think "Funtoo = Gentoo snapshot + goodies." In general, you should have everything in Gentoo automatically, at least what was in Gentoo at the time of the snapshot. And key areas of Funtoo that users wanted updates for -- they submitted pull requests to code.funtoo.org to update these packages. If a package is out of date, no problem -- submit a pull request (PR) to code.funtoo.org, and it will be updated. When we start Funtoo Linux 2.0 development, we will use a Gentoo snapshot from late 2019 as the foundation for the next release. The goal is to do this every 3 months. We are working on picking up the pace of our release model and things are starting to move very, very quickly, so I wouldn't worry too much about Funtoo being 'behind' Gentoo. See https://forums.funtoo.org/topic/2998-14-even-more-new-stuff/ for info on what has been added in the last 20 days. Funtoo Linux is a semi-rolling release, with actual true releases. Once you get used to it, it shouldn't be an issue, but maybe a pull request is in your future? Best, Daniel
  37. 1 point
    bcowan

    cannot grab -march

    I filed a bug for this, https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-6664 it should be fixed now.
  38. 1 point
    Thank you, I will try that! [EDIT] This got me past gvfs. Thank you x1000 :)
  39. 1 point
    Everything is working well as of now πŸ™‚ Yesterday there were a few conflicts as I integrated mesa-gl-headers into the mix and updated the opengl virtual. All should be good now.
  40. 1 point
    drobbins

    GNOME 3.32 is working well

    Also note -- kde5-plasma *should* also merge cleanly. While I don't personally use this desktop environment, I have started testing plasma builds. Please report any issues you encounter.
  41. 1 point
    drobbins

    1.4 now in BETA

    More fixes added for a bunch of build issues I detected overnight. Ibus, gnome-settings-daemon and mutter compilation without wayland enabled, and others. Will continue doing build tests over here to try to find any issues I can.
  42. 1 point
    Everyone, Please check out https://www.funtoo.org/LXD -- I have begun rewriting this page to give everyone a tutorial-style introduction to LXD and to guide you through the process of setting it up. I have tested these steps myself and it should ensure a fairly pain-free setup of LXD. Note that the second half of the page isn't rewritten yet (Starting with the "features" section) but the top half is.
  43. 1 point
    cardinal

    failed to emerge qt-creator

    Add qt-creator-4.8.2.ebuild to your local overlay or make a request at bugs.funtoo.org I have USE="-bindist" disabled globally in /etc/portage/make.conf funtoo /usr/local/portage/dev-qt/qt-creator # emerge -av qt-creator These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! [ebuild N ] media-libs/opus-1.3::media-kit USE="-custom-modes -doc -static-libs" CPU_FLAGS_X86="sse" 1,009 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-libs/re2-0.2018.10.01:0/gentoo-2017-03-01::dev-kit USE="icu" 383 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-libs/nss-3.43::dev-kit USE="nss-pem -cacert -utils" 22,917 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-libs/botan-2.8.0:2/2.8::dev-kit USE="bzip2 python ssl zlib -bindist -boost -doc -libressl -lzma -sqlite -static-libs" PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_6 -python3_4 -python3_5" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-devel/gdb-8.2-r1::nokit USE="client nls python server xml -lzma -multitarget -test -vanilla" PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET="python3_6 -python2_7 -python3_4 -python3_5" PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_6 -python3_4 -python3_5" 19,709 KiB [ebuild R ] media-libs/libvpx-1.7.0:0/5::media-kit USE="highbitdepth postproc svc* threads -doc -static-libs -test" CPU_FLAGS_X86="mmx sse sse2 sse3 ssse3 -avx -avx2 -sse4_1" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] app-arch/snappy-1.1.7:0/1::nokit USE="(-static-libs) -test" 1,065 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-libs/libomp-7.0.1_rc2::llvm-kit USE="-cuda -hwloc -offload -ompt -test" 888 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtsql-5.11.2:5/5.11.2::core-ui-kit USE="sqlite -debug -freetds -mysql -oci8 -odbc -postgres -test" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtconcurrent-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="-debug -test" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtscript-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="jit -debug -scripttools -test" 2,599 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-devel/clang-7.0.1_rc2:7::llvm-kit USE="static-analyzer xml -debug -default-compiler-rt (-default-libcxx) -doc -test (-z3)" LLVM_TARGETS="AMDGPU BPF NVPTX (X86) -AArch64 -ARM -Hexagon -Lanai -MSP430 -Mips -PowerPC -Sparc -SystemZ -XCore" PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7" 13,076 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-devel/clang-common-7.0.1_rc2::llvm-kit 0 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-libs/compiler-rt-7.0.1_rc2:7.0.1::llvm-kit USE="clang -test" 1,821 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-libs/compiler-rt-sanitizers-7.0.1_rc2:7.0.1::llvm-kit USE="clang -test" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] sys-devel/clang-runtime-7.0.1_rc2:7.0.1::llvm-kit USE="compiler-rt openmp sanitize -crt -libcxx" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtprintsupport-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="cups -debug -gles2 -test" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qthelp-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="-debug -test" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtquickcontrols-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="widgets -debug -test" 5,906 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/designer-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="-debug -declarative -test -webkit" 0 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtwebchannel-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="qml -debug -test" 170 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qtwebengine-5.11.2:5/5.11::core-ui-kit USE="alsa jumbo-build system-ffmpeg widgets -bindist -debug -designer -geolocation -pax_kernel -pulseaudio (-system-icu) -test" 228,167 KiB [ebuild N ] dev-qt/qt-creator-4.8.2::rj USE="clang designer help ios python webengine -android -autotools -baremetal -bazaar -clearcase -cmake -cppcheck -cvs -doc -git -glsl -lsp -mercurial -modeling -nim -perforce -qbs -qnx -scxml -serialterminal -silversearcher -subversion -systemd -test -valgrind -winrt" L10N="-cs -da -de -fr -ja -pl -ru -sl -uk -zh-CN -zh-TW" 0 KiB Total: 23 packages (22 new, 1 reinstall), Size of downloads: 297,706 KiB The following USE changes are necessary to proceed: (see "package.use" in the portage(5) man page for more details) # required by dev-qt/qt-creator-4.8.2::rj[help,webengine] # required by qt-creator (argument) >=dev-qt/qtwebengine-5.11.2 widgets # required by dev-qt/qtwebengine-5.11.2::core-ui-kit # required by dev-qt/qt-creator-4.8.2::rj[help,webengine] # required by qt-creator (argument) >=dev-qt/qtwebchannel-5.11.2 qml # required by dev-qt/qtwebengine-5.11.2::core-ui-kit # required by dev-qt/qt-creator-4.8.2::rj[help,webengine] # required by qt-creator (argument) >=media-libs/libvpx-1.7.0 svc Would you like to add these changes to your config files? [Yes/No]
  44. 1 point
    engineer

    dependency conflict libxml2, itstool

    Thanks guys - I've put all three way to override python in my package.use!! # package.use # # three ways to select python version >=app-text/asciidoc-8.6.10 python_single_target_python2_7 python_targets_python2_7 dev-util/itstool PYTHON_TARGETS: -* python3_6 PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET: -* python3_6 dev-libs/libxml2 python_targets_python*
  45. 1 point
    All, @bcowan has made our day better with a new debian-sources-4.9.161_p1 ebuild which is available for testing, but currently package-masked so it doesn't install by default. To get emerge to see it, add the following to /etc/portage/package.keywords: =sys-kernel/debian-sources-lts-4.9.161_p1 ** Then do: # emerge debian-sources-lts # ego boot update # reboot Please report any bugs or issues to https://bugs.funtoo.org. Thanks ?
  46. 1 point
    Hey Everyone, I've gone ahead and patched debian-sources-lts so that we have support for the latest Intel e1000e Ethernet chipsets. I ported an updated driver from 4.20/5.x into the new 4.9.144_p3-r1 ebuild. My Intel Core i7 8700-based system is now happily using its on-board Ethernet rather than needing a USB-based Ethernet dongle. Enjoy the kernel and also be sure to report any hardware compatibility issues that may be impacting you and preventing you from using debian-sources-lts to bugs.funtoo.org. I can always look into porting updated drivers to get this kernel working better for you. Best, Daniel
  47. 1 point
    bcowan

    Questions/Issues With ARM Installation Guide

    That page needs re-worked and is pretty dated. Portage snapshots are no longer valid afaik, everything is taken care of with git and ego sync. Here is a more in depth wiki page, but its a little involved, allot can be ignored. A simplified version of it is needed. https://www.funtoo.org/Funtoo_Linux_Installation_on_RPI
  48. 1 point
    nrc

    feedback (for devs)

    It seems to me that metalog and sshd defaults should depend on what flavor you're installing. A desktop flavor shouldn't have either by default while a server flavor should have metalog. I'd say that neither should have sshd by default unless you have the amazon-ec2 or some kind of "headless" mix-in. Funtoo hasn't used `eselect news` since probably 2015. I think the problem was managing news in too many different places. Originally the intent was to put them on a wiki News page but that appears abandoned. The News and Announcements forum here seems to be the best source. It looks like if you hit follow at the top of forum you can get an email notification of news items. Funtoo has gone from being just a slightly different spin on Gentoo to something really unique among distros. I think that's great. I'm happy with what I understand of the new direction. I enjoy the fact that we're not saddled with systemd and that customization is virtually limitless, but the "rolling release" model means that you can never truly have a stable system. On a regular basis something gets rolled in that breaks things badly and you are forced to drop everything and fix it right now to get a working system again. If this new stepping release model provides a more stable system that is still more flexible and current than your typical binary release, I think it will be a win. The key will be keeping updates coming on a regular basis. @drobbins launched Funtoo to work on new directions for Gentoo without dealing with the mess that Gentoo had become. Whether or not Funtoo is the right distro for someone probably depends on how closely your goals for a distro align with his. As I read his comments and see the direction of progress I'm on board. But part of the mess that Gentoo had become was lack of communication between developers and the user base, so I think your criticism of some of the communication gaps is fair.
  49. 1 point
    lazlo.vii

    USE flags? Why so necessary?

    When I did a fresh Funtoo 1.3 install on my desktop PC I just set my profile with epro and installed the KDE meta package and it worked (nearly) flawlessly. I did something like this: #epro flavor desktop # epro mix-ins kde-plasma-5-new # epro mix-ins no-systemd # epro mix-ins gfxcard-nvidia # emerge -vauND --with-bdeps=y @world # (say yes to any USE flag changes) # dispatch-conf # emerge -vauND --with-bdeps=y @world #emerge -va xorg-server nvidia-drivers nvidia-settings # emerge -va plasma-meta # (say yes to any USE flag changes) # dispatch-conf # emerge -va plasma-meta I have zero USE flags set in my make.conf and in package.use I only have what portage added.
  50. 1 point
    Deklan?

    funtoo logo ideas

    Riccardo Messana (@morphmex), I liked this logo: Creation and art by @j-g-
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