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palica

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  1. yes, apparmor was blocking dovecot.
  2. ANSWERED Reboot Container

    there were some hang tasks on the host that prevented containers to reboot. now fixed. sorry for any inconvenience.
  3. open a bug for it on bugs.funtoo.org - forums is for discussions, bugs is well for bugs :) please read:
  4. Several problems on KDE-Plasma

    if you want to see changes to permission you should run it with -c or -v, but it is too late now :)
  5. Several problems on KDE-Plasma

    might be some permission problem that is preventing to save the changes to your settings. try to recursively chown your home directory. including .dotfiles/dirs
  6. I am using thunderbird, it has contacts, todo and calendar. I have a nextcloud server that I can sync with all of the mentioned stuff. I don't know if you are interested in trying it out. Let me know if you want more information. It even has a xmpp chat support that I am also using. Bit off-topic reply, but I don't use or have experience with KDE.
  7. Login refuses password

    what install guide did you follow if any?
  8. Login refuses password

    well, the question kind of remains, can you login to your box as normal user (console login not graphical)? because you have shown on your screenshots that you can login as root and you then su to your user. can you login as user directly - eg. is your password set for normal user? try ls /var/log to locate any log files. we are cooking from water without actual error messages.
  9. Login refuses password

    this is good, is it with normal user or root? also couple of things - use su - master instead of just su master or even better login with your user (master) directly not first as root and then su - try to locate the logs for lightdm mostly in /var/log/lightdm and paste the one that you think shows some relevant error messages. - can you try another display manager? I don't use lightdm so I am just guessing here.
  10. Login refuses password

    ok, so one note the termbin addresses is better to type out. I know it is easier for you to make a camera shot, but it makes it for others very hard to read from the screenshot. second - the Xorg.log looks good. lets install a couple of packages and retest with your normal user account and running startx there. install emerge -v1 x11-wm/twm x11-apps/xclock x11-terms/xterm login as normal user and run startx
  11. Login refuses password

    missing space between termbin.com and 9999
  12. Login refuses password

    on your screenshot there is a logfile with /var/log/Xorg.1.log please paste the output use cat /var/log/Xorg.1.log | busybox nc termbin.com 9999
  13. Login refuses password

    answering from bottom to top: - duplicate posts deleted - schroedinger fine - what do you get when running: zgrep SND_HDA_PREALLOC_SIZE /proc/config.gz if the value is 2048 and you are running pulseaudio just leave it like it is. nothing needs to be done in other words. if you get anything else, upgrade to debian-sources-4.14.12 those seem to have it set by default to 2048. - now the main problem. try stopping graphical login first and then try again with startx from you terminal. as root: /etc/init.d/xdm stop as your user: startx let me know, or join #funtoo on IRC freenode
  14. [Solved]New Install sys-boot/os-prober 404

    this should be fixed in tree now. https://github.com/funtoo/kit-fixups/commit/c51cd5e9d19017c50597204a54c71a14c3777e63 wait for tree to regen or switch to core-kit=1.2-prime
  15. How do I go about setting up KVM virtualization on Funtoo?

    Sorry I don't have that much experience with kvm/qemu ..., but I am using LXD which is really nice if you need containers. Containers use the same kernel as the host machine. LXD works well not only with Funtoo, also so other distributions. What VMs do you want to use? What is your use case? https://www.funtoo.org/KVM https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/QEMU
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