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  1. Hello and thank you for letting me in! I want to note something that might be a bug or maybe something that have been forgotten to be adressed ?? Last Sunday I wanted to do a deep update, and I was greeted with an error message (something about CPU flags not have been set). That problem fix is actually on Funtoo news, but I derped out and didn't find the first time. When I did a google search, I found that Gentoo users where notified on the emerge news list "eselect news" When I tried to read the news I found that the newest one goes back to 2013! this is what i got $News items: [1] 2012-05-21 (2012-05-21-portage-config-protect-if-modified - remo... [2] 2012-09-01 Funtoo 1.0 Profiles [3] 2012-11-06 (2012-11-06-PYTHON_TARGETS-deployment - removed?) [4] 2012-12-01 Funtoo stable branch toolchain update [5] 2013-04-22 Funtoo kmod migration [6] 2013-06-07 (2013-06-07-portage-preserve-libs-default - removed?) [7] 2013-08-23 (2013-08-23-emerge-language - removed?) [8] 2013-09-27 (2013-09-27-initramfs-required - removed?) Am I forgetting something, or is the list just oudated? (using eselect news list new)
  2. Hello to everyone, I hope I can be as useful to someone as this community has been with me (at least over IRC, this is my first forum post). I have installed Funtoo not very long ago on my newly refurbished laptop. As I love to thinker with virtual machines, and Qemu can't run Win9X, I decided to install VirtualBox and give a try to Vmware. The problem is that both ask me to install linux sources and debian-sources. I already have my custom kernel and its sources properly set and running, and I don't feel like addind something on my /boot partition I am not going to use, as clogging my bootloader options with useless things. With the custom kernel it should work just fine! There isn't any way of override those dependencies and use my own source? Thank you very much on advance, and Cheers
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