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  1. I just upgraded my container from 1.3 to 1.4 all went well until I rebooted and did a eix-sync that called ego. ego failed saying it could not find the module 'portage'. The fix was simple enough once I figured it out, it should be added to the upgrade instructions. https://www.funtoo.org/Upgrade_Instructions/1.4-release Must make sure that python-3.7 is selected with eselect python. Before doing that the removed 3.6 was still in the list. Is that something that esleect python cleanup should have fixed? I know I ran it.
  2. I was trying to update my Funtoo Virtual Container ( https://www.funtoo.org/Funtoo_Containers ) that I had been lacks in keeping up to date (everything was working fine). Now I've dug myself a deep hole that I need help getting out of. First I did a eix-sync (ego sync) which lead to a error report very similar to the one in this bug report, that is closed yet has people still showing the same problem: https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-5504?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels%3Aall-tabpanel I tried to recompile ego as the bug report : https://forums.
  3. I added the items I mentioned to the wiki. Should the section about using 6.5.7 be deleted or changed to 0.7.3? I did not see that the accept_keyword was having any effect.
  4. I edited my question above to the current state of things. I have tried, NUMEROUS times, following the ZFS install guide line by line only changing the disk-ids . I used the stage3 via wget as the wiki instructed. I got a fresh one today at about 11AM EST. I know the wiki instructions worked in the past last time I installed my system, sometime ago. I believe something is not correct with with the state of portage, I don't know what. The current combination of zfs-0.7.3, grub and genkernal are not playing well together.
  5. I am trying to bring up a system with ZFS following https://www.funtoo.org/ZFS_Install_Guide I'm having trouble booting. at the completion of the steps in the Guide. # grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg None of the 'initramfs-genkernel-XXXX' are being found that were build with the --zfs flag. The Guide indicates these initramfs-genkernel's should be the ones found in its example output. grub-mkconfig is finding the normal initramfs-debian-sources-XXXX and kernel files and these were not build with the --zfs flag to my knowledge. Anyone have any idea why this is happ
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