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  1. In `.bash_profile` I use keychain --eval --timeout 180 --agents ssh,gpg "$SSHKEY" "$GPGKEY" This asks the (same) passphrase twice. Once to add the SSH key, and another time to unlock the GPG key. Is it possible to type-in the passphrase only once for both?
  2. One important note in https://www.funtoo.org/Rootfs_over_encrypted_lvm reads: I have installed the newer debian-sources kernel. It is not clear to me if I do need or if I do not need to go on with (re-?)building the initramfs with either better-initramfs or genkernel. Thanks for any tips.
  3. Hi there. I am, more or less, at the same point, after reading this thread from the beginning. At least, I get to type-in my passphrase and then I get the same error(s) as in the photo posted in the 1st message. I have followed the installation instructions at both https://www.funtoo.org/Install and https://www.funtoo.org/Rootfs_over_encrypted_lvm, trying to put in the `crypto` stuff at the right moment. The difference being, I use `debian-sources` and not `debian-sources-lts`. I have also installed all of `grub`, `cryptsetup`, `lvm2` and inter microcode stuff (as in the quote sec
  4. Hmm, it is the difference between `NikosAlexandris` (account in fora) and nikosalexandris (account in `bugs`). Mea culpa.
  5. I can't access bugs.funtoo.org currently, nor I can reset the password. ps- Wouldn't know where else to post this.
  6. For a follow-up, see https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-6936.
  7. This seems to be a "problem" for emerging various packages. For example, I cannot install `kde-plasma/systemsettings` as it ends up with the same `wayland` related requirement. I will file a ticket as I cannot understand the nature of the problem, nor I can find anything related on the web that is clearly related.
  8. Dears, before filing an issue, is the following expected? root in ~ ❯ eix -s kde-cli-tools * kde-plasma/kde-cli-tools [1] Available versions: (5) 5.15.5^t (~)5.16.1^t {X debug +handbook (+)kdesu test} Homepage: https://cgit.kde.org/kde-cli-tools.git Description: Tools based on KDE Frameworks 5 to better interact with the system [1] "kde-kit" /var/git/meta-repo/kits/kde-kit and root in ~ took 9s ❯ USE="-wayland" emerge -av kde-cli-tools These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! !!! All ebuild
  9. I re-installed Funtoo 1.4, so the problems are "worked around".-
  10. Same problem here. I remove boost which I think I don't need for the time. Thus, `hunspell` remains to be resolved. emerge -av app-office/libreoffice-bin These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! [ebuild N ] app-text/libexttextcat-3.4.5::text-kit USE="-static-libs" 1,017 KiB [ebuild N ] app-text/libnumbertext-1.0.5::text-kit 276 KiB [ebuild N ] sci-libs/suitesparseconfig-4.2.1-r1::science-kit USE="-abi_riscv_lp64 -abi_riscv_lp64d -static-libs" 251 KiB .. [ebuild UD ] dev-util/boost-build-1.65.0::core-kit [1.70.0::core-k
  11. Typing in a cell phone, the error is actually two-fold: 1. Unable parse profile 2. Error loading '/var/cache/edb/mtimedb': invalid load key, '{'.
  12. Dears, I managed to break my old system while trying to upgrade to 1.3 from 1.2. I have removed `python-exec` as well, while playing around! Obviously, I can't use `emerge` anymore. I now follow the "resurrection" wiki page, trying to fix both Python and Portage. I hit this `can't parse profile` problem. I managed to run the `ego profile.buold current` command but it didn't fix the profile related problem. Which I need to work around in order to re-install dev-lang/python and sys-apps/portage. Any ideas? Thank you.
  13. Done, https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-6153.
  14. Dears, where can I request for an update of the available net-im/signal-desktop-bin version?
  15. Is it possible to re-use a Funtoo AWS image (https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B07KT3VN7Q/) in an OpenStack Cloud?
  16. I want to try out a recent version of the proj.4 (or simply PROJ) library, which supports for the Bertin 1953 projection. I was advised [0] to recompile only PROJ. Trying to find the build logs of `sci-libs/gdal` but the only related entries I found under `/var/log/portage/elog/summary.log` which are entries of failed build attempts. While the `gdal` package was still installed, however, there was no build log under `/var/log/portage/build/sci-libs/`. Perhaps it was so because I tried to clean my system recently, i.e. using `eclean-dist` commands. Here what I found, from past failed atte
  17. This is fixed, see https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-5798. Apologies for the unnecessary post here.
  18. Just a question: will ego eventually handle overlays? Background I don't seek for help regarding the following, at least not in this post. The following is to justify the question. After having installed `eselect-repository` and enabling the 'chaoslab' repository, root@carbon nik # eselect repository list -i Available repositories: [66] chaoslab * I still had to somehow make ebuilds, from external repositories, visible to `emerge`. I did this with `eix-remote update`. Perhaps wrongly so, but I don't know how else. Now, `eix -R chromium` returns a couple of availab
  19. Another update: I had to manually recreate the '/var/cache/eix/portage.eix' file and I did set ownership to 'portage:portage'. Then, `eix-update` and all seems ok now. Not sure if all this necessary/appropriate. Thanks for any feedback.
  20. And, root@carbon nik # ego query v gentoo-sources sys-kernel/gentoo-sources| slot| repo --------------------------+----------+------------- 4.4.150| 4.4.150| nokit/master --------------------------+----------+------------- 4.4.157| 4.4.157| nokit/master --------------------------+----------+------------- 4.4.159| 4.4.159| nokit/master --------------------------+----------+------------- 4.4.160| 4.4.160| nokit/master --------------------------+----------+------------- 4.4.161
  21. Note, I removed and recreated the meta-repo, i.e., renamed it to something else and re-run `ego sync` successfully.
  22. I still have some weird issues: root@carbon git # eix -s gentoo-sources * sys-kernel/gentoo-sources [1] Available versions: (4.4.87-r1) 4.4.87-r1^bs (4.4.111-r1) 4.4.111-r1^bs (4.4.128) 4.4.128^bs (4.4.146) 4.4.146^bs (4.4.147) (~)4.4.147^bs (4.4.148) 4.4.148^bs (4.4.149) (~)4.4.149^bs (4.4.150) 4.4.150^bs (4.4.151) (~)4.4.151^bs (4.4.152) (~)4.4.152^bs (4.4.153) (~)4.4.153^bs (4.4.154) (~)4.4.154^bs (4.4.155) (~)4.4.155^bs (4.9.49-r1) 4.9.49-r1^bs (4.9.72) 4.9.72^bs (4.9.95) 4.9.95^bs (4.9.118) 4.9.1
  23. ego sync gives a couple of "errors". Some of the kit repositories are "behind" and don't get updated: Syncing meta-repo M kits/core-hw-kit M kits/core-kit M kits/desktop-kit M kits/dev-kit M kits/editors-kit M kits/games-kit M kits/gnome-kit M kits/haskell-kit M kits/java-kit M kits/kde-kit M kits/lang-kit M kits/lisp-scheme-kit M kits/llvm-kit M kits/media-kit M kits/ml-lang-kit M kits/net-kit M kits/nokit M kits/perl-kit M kits/php-kit M kits/python-kit M kits/
  24. OK, I 've set to python3.6 via root@carbon nik # eselect python list Available Python interpreters, in order of preference: [1] python3.4 [2] python2.7 [3] python3.6 (fallback) [4] python3.5 (fallback) root@carbon nik # eselect python set 3 root@carbon nik # eselect python show python3.6 and it worked. Thank you for the hints!
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