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  1. I pushed a PR to drobbins, should be hitting the main tree anytime with latest 390.129 nvidia-drivers and nvidia-kernel-modules. This has fixes for latest 5.2.x kernels 🙂
  2. Can you check /etc/boot.conf and make sure that if nomodeset is there you remove it and re-run ego boot update, then reboot.
  3. I just checked on a fresh container of 1.4 and on my main machine as normal user and root. shopt shows progcomp on in all cases
  4. For now you can use the 390.129 in my overlay: https://github.com/bradlyatc/funtoo-overlay/tree/master/x11-drivers
  5. get rid of the nomodeset in /etc/boot.conf re-run ego boot update and reboot.....see if that helps
  6. Most probably the ebuild needs a version bump to 390.129 to build with 5.2 kernels, I bumped and tested here, all built, but I do not have nvidia hardware to test actual quality.
  7. This is now fixed on 1.3 and confirmed. I just tested on a clean container.
  8. This was just fixed in 1.4, will report a bug for 1.3. I personally would recommend installing 1.4 funtoo release as it has been tested very thoroughly now and will be a much better experience at this point 🙂
  9. You should look into the Panfrost drivers for mesa that are being mainlined and mainline support in 5.3 kernels and above for odroid-n2 boards. Exciting times for Mali bifrost graphics. No more binary blobs with proper opensource drivers 🙂
  10. I filed a bug for this, https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-6664 it should be fixed now.
  11. It is fine to use generic arch, if that is what you *really* want shrug. If you do want generic then you need to add -custom-cflags to USE or package.use for debian-sources-lts
  12. Just saw this and it reminded me of this post https://opensource.com/article/19/9/linux-terminal-colors
  13. We used to let portage handle these moves transparently using profiles/updates. I don't know if that's still the case.
  14. coreutils installs certain system files like /etc/DIR_COLORS and /etc/profile calls /etc/bash/bashrc which sources those colors and sets them.Also sources term files installed by ncurses for term capability etc.
  15. Or its possible you're thinking of needing a multi{arch,lib} setup for funtoo which is not available for any arch ATM. Options are setting up a chroot environment, qemu/kvm/vm, or containers ( LXC, LXD, docker ).
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