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  1. About lshw -C network, it showed: And about using SystemRescueCD and updating @world: it worked. Thanks a lot to all you guys that helped me. :'><3333 Also I have to say that occured 2 emake fails when I did emerge -auDN @world. But seems that things are working fine. ^^
  2. Unfortunately I can not emerge lshw because I have no way to connect to internet (I'm using my computer wich has Windows installed and internet connection to ask for help in here). I think the best I can do at this moment is wait for Funtoo 1.4 and install it on my notebook. When I have done with that, I'll try to install liquorix kernel (by overlay) again (because the same wifi problems was occurred when I tried to install liquorix kernel) and I will try to do these steps you asked me for. I will also install an IRC client to chat with you and other guys from Funtoo comunity. However, thank you for trying to help me! :><333
  3. Some time ago I emerged world updates and my kernel (debian-sources-lts) got updated too. After it, I did genkernel all and then ego boot update. Later I rebooted my notebook but I could not have access to wifi anymore. I realized that a different message is shown when I do login instead the normal messages from networkmanager. This message says "ModemManager[3346]: <info> Couldn't check support for device '/sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1c.2/0000:02:00.2' : not supported by any plugin". I checked the modules of the kernel by doing make menuconfig and I saw that actually it has support to wifi, despite it I'm still without wifi access. To complete this unpleasant situation, I accidentally unmerged my old kernel (which wifi still worked), so right now I'm about 2 weeks without having access to internet on my notebook (because it has not entry to put a LAN cable). In a previous topic I talked about this issue and a guy told me that it might occurs due to some modules that is not loaded at boot time, but I have no idea how to solve this problem. Now I'm using my computer that has Windows, and I'm not liking to use it after set up all my Linux environment on my notebook. ;-; I would be really grateful if somebody help me. :'><3
  4. Seems complicated to me but I'll try, because I want to install liquorix kernel on my computer.
  5. But I got other issue, I have no wi-fi access anymore. It seems like some time ago when I tried to install liquorix kernel by an overlay. But this time I'm using the default debian sources kernel that got updated when I updated @world. After the update I did run genkernel all because I thought that the X server problem was because kernel configuration. Although if I choose the older kernel on GRUB's init I can get access to wi-fi.
  6. Yuup!! It solved my issue. Thank you so much! :><333
  7. I did emerge -auDN @world and I got a list of new packages to be installed and others to be reinstalled. I saw that xorg-server should be updated, bringing some other dependecies with it. After the world update I did reboot my notebook. On the initiation of OpenRC I realized that the letters on the screen did not become small (as it usually does) and when I tried startx I got: I suspect about flags of xorg-server and flags of its dependencies, but I'm not sure about that. Can anybody help me with this issue?
  8. Basicly this problem is because I use dwm, which is a tiled widow manager, which means that it doesn't work well with Java. I tried "man dwm" and at the end of the manual I saw a note about this issue with Java.
  9. Ohh, that's nice. ^^
  10. Which overlay do you use to emerge gcc 9.1?
  11. I found the cause of surf crash. Actually I built xorg-server with the minimal flag set and after disabling this flag and rebuilt xorg-server again I could open pages that were causing crashes.
  12. Some Java components as JLabel, JButton and many others is not showing up on the JFrame. If I set a text to a button, it doesn't appear in the screen. I suspected that this issue is because the default font used by Java is not installed so I tried to change the font used in the components but once again it didn't show up anything. I checked if it was due to bad code or something like this but was not the case, also I used codes from the internet and none worked. I really don't have another idea of how to solve this and I'm worried because I need to practice Java UI due to I'm studying an OOP subject in the college. If someone help me I'd really appreciate.
  13. No, I mean the global USE in make.conf. I built surf from source code, so Portage USE flags doesn't matter. When I emerged surf by Portage some pages like google.com didn't show nothing too. The only difference is that the emerged surf didn't close, it just showed a black empty screen instead the usual white empty screen.
  14. Can you show me your USE flag to I have an idea? After building surf, when I try to open some sites as google, soundcloud, youtube, etc surf closes and leaves this message "web process terminated: crashed". I suspect that's because I didn't set some flag to surf dependencies. This issue doesn't occur when I open simple sites (e.g. suckless.org). I have installed almost all gst-plugins and it didn't solve this crash issue.
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