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  1. Everyone, I hope you are enjoying the new wiki. I've added a catalog of all Intel 64-bit processors in existence, along with mapping each of these 1800 CPUs to the appropriate stage3 to download. You can see this database here: https://www.funtoo.org/Funtoo_CPU_Database When browsing 64-bit Intel subarch pages, they will now display a subset of this list -- the list of CPUs for which that particular subarch is recommended. Enjoy, everyone. Oh -- And AMD is coming next ;)
  2. Just wanted to let everyone know if you don't visit www.funtoo.org often that we've updated our wiki with a new version of mediawiki (finally) and a new skin! Enjoy, everyone.
  3. The Funtoo Linux Install Guide has been updated so it now displays as a chapter-by-chapter guide by default: https://www.funtoo.org/Install/Introduction It is still possible to view it as a single page if you prefer (or for printing/converting to PDF) .. there is a link to the full page version in the page above (or go to https://www.funtoo.org/Install)
  4. The 1.0 release of Funtoo Linux is not going to be maintained after September 30, 2018. So please be sure to upgrade your systems to Funtoo Linux 1.2 using https://www.funtoo.org/Upgrade_Instructions so that you will continue to get updates! We will also be starting development on Funtoo Linux 1.3 in a few days, on August 31. We are moving to a new agile (scrum) process, where we will be doing 1-week sprints (time-constrained sets of work). Our work will include some portion of fixes for 1.2 and some new work on 1.3. When we as a team decide that 1.3 is ready for various milestones (alpha, beta, release candidate) we will mark it as such. Thus, we have no hard deadline for 1.3 as I do not want to try to hit arbitrary dates that are not based on the actual work. But we will get there, sooner rather than later!
  5. Ryzen stages are now available for download at the following links: https://build.funtoo.org/funtoo-current/x86-64bit/amd64-zen/ https://build.funtoo.org/funtoo-current/pure64/amd64-zen-pure64/ A new pure64 stage is building right now. Also, many thanks to CDN77 for sponsoring Funtoo -- our downloads now use a combined funtoo/CDN77 infrastructure for world-wide speed rather than a mirroring infrastructure. This applies to stage3 downloads as well as fastpull downloads.
  6. Anything helps. If you can put some good ebuilds in an overlay, with a README.rst, often we can take it from there.
  7. I think a "faillock" USE variable should be introduced to install the updated /etc/pam.d/system-auth and enable faillock. Right now this is too difficult and error-prone to use.
  8. We need maintainers for non-GNOME desktop environments who will help us test and maintain kits. Please let me know if you are interested in doing this. The primary reason the DE's are out-of-date is because we need some people to volunteer to maintain the DE's and apply funtoo-style testing to them. We don't want to just track Gentoo's changes since we then have no process to ensure things are working as things get updated.
  9. The following ebuilds are available for testing by end users and are currently keyword-masked. Add the following to your package.accept_keywords to test: =sys-apps/portage-2.3.47 ** =sys-devel/gcc-7.3.1-r3 ** =sys-apps/corenetwork-1.6.4 ** =x11-drivers/xf86-video-intel-2.99.917_p20180609 ** Here is a quick review of changes in the above packages. Portage is a new version from Gentoo, which has passed all unit tests. Gcc-7.3.1-r3 is a much-improved ebuild from @Temptorsent which now enables SSP by default for improved security. Corenetwork-1.6.4 has some bug fixes that have accumulated in git, and the new xf86-video-intel is the latest from git and needs testing, particularly on newer intel hardware like Coffee Lake and Kaby Lake refresh -- and it always seems like google chrome has rendering issues, so be sure to test Chrome with this driver. Please test these things and report back your experiences.
  10. Hey everyone, A large number of home routers are vulnerable to malware and can be used to scrape your passwords and other important data. Please take a look at https://blog.talosintelligence.com/2018/06/vpnfilter-update.html -- specifically the "Known affected devices" part -- and see if your router has an exploitable security hole. Affected devices listed below.... Given our observations with this threat, we assess that this list may still be incomplete and other devices may be affected. ASUS DEVICES: RT-AC66U (new) RT-N10 (new) RT-N10E (new) RT-N10U (new) RT-N56U (new) RT-N66U (new) D-LINK DEVICES: DES-1210-08P (new) DIR-300 (new) DIR-300A (new) DSR-250N (new) DSR-500N (new) DSR-1000 (new) DSR-1000N (new) HUAWEI DEVICES: HG8245 (new) LINKSYS DEVICES: E1200 E2500 E3000 (new) E3200 (new) E4200 (new) RV082 (new) WRVS4400N MIKROTIK DEVICES: CCR1009 (new) CCR1016 CCR1036 CCR1072 CRS109 (new) CRS112 (new) CRS125 (new) RB411 (new) RB450 (new) RB750 (new) RB911 (new) RB921 (new) RB941 (new) RB951 (new) RB952 (new) RB960 (new) RB962 (new) RB1100 (new) RB1200 (new) RB2011 (new) RB3011 (new) RB Groove (new) RB Omnitik (new) STX5 (new) NETGEAR DEVICES: DG834 (new) DGN1000 (new) DGN2200 DGN3500 (new) FVS318N (new) MBRN3000 (new) R6400 R7000 R8000 WNR1000 WNR2000 WNR2200 (new) WNR4000 (new) WNDR3700 (new) WNDR4000 (new) WNDR4300 (new) WNDR4300-TN (new) UTM50 (new) QNAP DEVICES: TS251 TS439 Pro Other QNAP NAS devices running QTS software TP-LINK DEVICES: R600VPN TL-WR741ND (new) TL-WR841N (new) UBIQUITI DEVICES: NSM2 (new) PBE M5 (new) UPVEL DEVICES: Unknown Models* (new) ZTE DEVICES: ZXHN H108N (new) * Malware targeting Upvel as a vendor has been discovered, but we are unable to determine which specific device it is targeting.
  11. OK, I'm testing out CDN77, a worldwide content delivery network which should massively improve download speeds in "slow" areas. Please, let me know if this makes a positive difference for you. It should.
  12. I will look at doing a European mirror for fastpull.
  13. Just added one -- should pop up under official funtoo announcements soon.
  14. We now have detailed instructions on how to upgrade to release 1.2, available here: https://www.funtoo.org/Upgrade_Instructions Enjoy. -Daniel
  15. Funtoo containers /var/git/meta-repo has been upgraded to release-1.2. For information on how to upgrade your containers, see these detailed instructions. If anyone needs their container to be wiped and reloaded to a fresh 1.2 installation, please email us at support@funtoo.org and let us know. Best, Daniel
  16. Since we are now using kits to manage stability, the stable (and experimental) profiles have been deprecated. If you are using one of these profiles, you will notice ego sync/emerge complaining. To fix this, do: # epro build current This will resolve the issue.
  17. We experienced about 7 hours of downtime today (early AM to morning US time) due to wildfires in southern Colorado that melted our network uplinks. We are now utilizing a southbound uplink until the northbound links are repaired. All is well in Funtoo land -- just... fires! :)
  18. Hi All, gnome-kit 3.26-prime has been made the default gnome-kit, upgraded from 3.20-prime. emerge -auDN @world and a restart of xdm should be sufficient to upgrade to the new GNOME. I did keep the older gnome-control-center due to really bad multi-monitor configuration in 3.26's control center. Everything else is upgraded to 3.26. -Daniel
  19. A lot of users have been unable to log in to the forums over the past few weeks. This is now fixed! Apologies for this issue. Please contact me on IRC (freenode #funtoo) or send me an email if you are continuing to have issues.
  20. I've gone ahead and updated dropbox so that we now have the latest version for Linux.
  21. Hi All, By default, we are now building stage3's using Funtoo Linux 1.2 release as default. This means that new installs will have this in their /etc/ego.conf: [global] release = 1.2 If you are still using release 1.0, that's fine -- your system will continue to use 1.0. When you upgrade to ego 2.4.1 or later, you will be able to set the release as above in your ego.conf, re-run "ego sync", and you will be upgraded to the 1.2 release. The release= setting is simply a short-hand for setting the various 1.2-related kits individually in the [kits] section, so many of you are already running 1.2. Best, Daniel
  22. Gentoo has completed an audit of the compromise, which is visible here: https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Github/2018-06-28 A few repositories had some attempts at malicious changes, -- inserting "rm -rf /" at the top of quite a few ebuilds, etc. None of these malicious changes made it into Funtoo.
  23. Today, Gentoo's GitHub account was compromised. From initial observation, this was a pretty blatant attack, akin to vandalism, and not an attempt to stealthfully compromise the integrity of Gentoo systems. However, the Gentoo project is urging caution until GitHub has restored the git repos to proper function and ensured their integrity, and for safety to treat all repositories as "compromised." As a precaution, we are now pulling updates directly from Gentoo rather than from Gentoo's GitHub account. Reference: https://www.gentoo.org/news/2018/06/28/Github-gentoo-org-hacked.html
  24. @Jean you are probably correct -- as it is a wiki, please, if you could help us out, log in and fix it :) Thank you.
  25. Yes, the docs in the README for meta-repo are outdated and I will update them soon. Sorry for the confusion.
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