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  1. Hello. I have created `/etc/profile.d/xdg_cache_home.sh` with following contents: #!/bin/sh export XDG_CACHE_HOME="/tmp/${USER}/.xdg-cache" Today I found that gdm tries to create `$XDG_CACHE_HOME` when `$USER` was not yet set, which leads to `/tmp/.xdg-cache` being created. Everything works fine - it's just that empty dir annoys me a bit. So I started to digging up if I placed that file correctly and now I'm a bit lost, as seems like I had to add env var definition into `/etc/env.d` instead. Thus I have two questions: 1. (main one) where one should define that env var if he wants non-standard value? inside `profile.d` or `env.d` (if he wants global default). 2. There's man that describes purpose of env.d, but I'm struglling to find any description of profile.d
  2. Hi! If I want to add and maintain couple of utilities for ruby (chruby and ruby-install namely) which repo I should send PRs to? ruby-kit or flora?
  3. Incredible! Thank you very much for all your work!
  4. I want to play with plymouth and so I installed genkernel-next. It works perfectly fine but during `genkernel all` it prints out some errors/warnings. Even with those everythign is fine, but just curious if there are any plans on brinking plymouth to genkernel or adopting genkernel-next to better match funtoo expectations/layout. Probably we need funkernel :D
  5. It's totally unclear if I need this if I have `gnome` mix-in enabled, as gnome version is `3.20`.