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  1. These might help: If not feel free to provide more information.
  2. Thanks @cardinal. I hadn't seen that the numpy ebuilds had been added to funtoo-1.3 as well.
  3. I have no problem emerging dev-python/numpy-1.17.0_rc1 on any of my systems. It is quite happy with EAPI 7. And for cinnamon. That really needs either python 3.4 or 3.5, as you can see in the output: So your solution for that was correct. It seems that this version of cinnamon also seems to work with python 3.6 but as this version of cinnamon is rather dated, it might make more sense to upgrade to a newer version. And if you get errors while doing a world upgrade lile "emerge -uavDN @world" it is always helpful to isolate the problem by just trying to emerge the problematic package by itself. In your case that would mean to just try to emerge numpy by itself first.
  4. Which USE flags do you mean? The ones for surf?
  5. I personally set only those USE flags globally that I want to be set for all packages, if they are not already set by the chosen profile. If I want to change a USE flag from the default for just a few packages I use package.use but I try to keep that to a minimum.
  6. Do you have set the gtk USE flag for the gcr package? You need that to get the file gcr-3.pc
  7. It seems that the virtual memory is the problem here, as this is the error message in the log. And qtwebkit needs a lot of resources and time to compile. I have compiled that package a few times in the last days without problem. So it works. Try to extend the virtual memory.
  8. net-wireless/crda-3.18-r2 installs fine with libressl It would be easier to judge your statements if you would give more information about your system and the error messages you get.
  9. See https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-6429
  10. jhan

    gvfs won't compile

    My guess would be that this package is the culprit. It would be interesting to see what would happen if you get that /usr/include/util.h out of the way, if the emerge of gvfs will complete successfully then. Besides it seems that there have been quite some updates to libqmartixclient including the removal of QPointer from util.h. Could you try that out in some way? Renaming /usr/include/util.h or moving it away temporarily should be enough for that.
  11. jhan

    gvfs won't compile

    I can't reproduce that error but I have a guess. The error message says: /usr/include/util.h:21:10: fatal error: QtCore/QPointer: No such file or directory Interestingly I can't find that file here. I can find a lot of util.h but none in that location. Can you check what you get with 'equery b util.h' ?
  12. It seems that the download location has changed. The current version can be found at https://github.com/zdohnal/system-config-printer/archive/1.5.11.tar.gz
  13. jhan

    gvfs won't compile

    Interesting. Do you get the same error as mentioned above or another? Because the file QPointer is part of qtcore and should be available if qtcore is installed. You could confirm that with 'equery b QPointer'.
  14. jhan

    gvfs won't compile

    It seems you are missing the qtcore package.
  15. Have you run 'ego sync'? What is the output of 'equery m nodejs'? What funtoo release are you running?
  16. Well, you are mistaken. The IP 192.99.210.63 is a valid IP located in Canada. It was accessible but has been down for some time now. The internal IP range you are talking about is only 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255. And, although the page is not in English, I think it is quite understandable what you are looking at and what the download is about. The words "funtoo-livecd" and the instructions near the bottom should be enough to understand it. And if that is not enough, you are free to use google or any other service that translates webpages to get a better understanding of the text on the page: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Farea31.net.br%2Fwiki%2FLiveCD_oficial
  17. Is this the whole line from dmesg? Normally that message is followed by "in..." I suspect that something on your system is not compatible with your cpu. For that it would be interesting to know: - Your CPU (/proc/cpuinfo) - The output of 'emerge --info' - What stage3 you used for your system installation
  18. When you get that error, are there any error messages in dmesg?
  19. I doubt that the allegro problem was because of awe_voice.h. That looks like something that you see in a configure run, looking for files to check if some component is installed or not. The real reason is most often towards the bottom of the log and contains the word "error".
  20. Depending on the mouse you still need to set something else. For an usb mouse there would be e.g. also USB support. Also HID support could be an issue and maybe others. It all depends on what mouse you have and what drivers are needed.
  21. I think you have the same problem as many other sandybridge owners, the aes support is disabled. Probably by the BIOS. Sometimes there is an option in the BIOS to enable/disable it, sometimes you need another BIOS for that. You can search the net with "aes BIOS" for more information and what your possibilites are for your notebook and vendor. You can also use cpuid2cpuflags to get the cpu flags for your cpu and set them in make.conf like: CPU_FLAGS_X86="..." That might help compile the programs. If not, you would need to use a generic arch instead of sandybridge and optimize that with the cpu flags.
  22. Maybe this will help: https://www.funtoo.org/Hostname
  23. I would say the opposite. Or better said you should add back in nvidia to the video cards you want: VIDEO_CARDS="intel i965 nvidia" When you want to use the nvidia mix-in you need to add nvidia, if not, then you can omit it.
  24. The problem could be that he might need to change something else if that file does not exist, like on my system.
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