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Havis

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  1. Wouldn't it be nice to have all the virtualization/emulation software in one kit instead it being all over the place? It would make testing and deploying virtualization technologies much easier. Most of the virtualization software is in nokit. LXC and LXD are in core-kit. Some libvirt python bindings are in python-kit, and virtualbox guest additions are in xorg-kit. virtualzation pkgs: app-emulation/libvirt::nokit app-emulation/qemu::nokit app-emulation/lxc::core-kit app-emulation/lxd::core-kit app-emulation/virtualbox::nokit app-emulation/virtualbox-bin::nokit app-emulation/xen::nokit virtualization tools: app-emulation/virt-manager::nokit app-emulation/virt-viewer::nokit app-emulation/virtio-win::nokit app-emulation/virtualbox-guest-additions::xorg-kit app-emulation/open-vm-tools::nokit dev-python/libvirt-python::python-kit cloud related virtualization software: app-emulation/docker::nokit app-emulation/cloud-init::nokit app-emulation/containerd::nokit hard emulators: app-emulation/bochs::nokit app-emulation/armv8-fast-model::nokit app-emulation/edumips64::nokit app-emulation/vmips::nokit I'm sure I forgot many packages, the open-vz kernel sources, probably more emulators, and more stuff related to docker, but this is just an idea how to consolidate the virtualization packages into one kit.
  2. Funny thing is, that I wasn't aware that Funtoo is on Redit! I think the best thing would be to keep both, our Forums & Reddit. just my 2 cents.
  3. Just to clarify things, for bridge to work, you need two configs (tap & bridge) config for tap should look like this: file: /etc/conf.d/net.tap0 config for br0 should look like this: file: /etc/conf.d/net.br0 If these two configs work, then add stuff like domains, nameservers, routes, mtu's etc... also make sure, that you actually have IP forwarding enabled on your system (echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward) Actual network templates are located in /etc/netif.d/ If you don't like them, you can create custom ones!
  4. CPU: i7 6700k@stock RAM: 64GB Kingston HyperX Fury MB: Gigabyte Z170x Gaming7 GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX480 8GB Nitro SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 500GB HDD: 6x Seagate 3TB in RAID6 Sound: Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Case: Fractal Design Define XL R2 This is essentially my home workstation. I use it for coding, testing, virtualization (KVM & LXC) and gaming. It's fast and everything feels really snappy. Everything works with open-source drivers on current v4.9 kernel. Radeon RX480 uses new open-source AMDGPU drivers (in kernel since v4.7). It's extremly fast and stable (at least compared with other GPU's that I've seen on Linux) I also have Thinkpad E540, that I use when I'm not home.
  5. This is make.conf used on my Skylake system (i7 6700k) You can use "app-portage/cpuid2cpuflags" to adjust CPU_FLAGS_X86 for other systems (run cpuinfo2cpuflags-x86) make.conf ala Havis:
  6. You can use "net-fs/sshfs" to safely connect to your server. All you need is publicly accessible IP on your server & opened SSH port syntax is something like this: sshfs username@host:/ local_directory/ (local_directory is a directory in your home-dir) You can also try "net-misc/unison" for two-way synchronization, or unison + rsync, once you have remote dir mounted. If you need single software that does it all try BORG (e.g. app-backup/borgbackup), but this is usually only used on servers to make differential backups.
  7. I dont care much about gcc vs clang (actually I think something good might come out of clang), but I care that funtoo stays away from systemd, its the ultimate bloatware (Poetteringware) ;-)
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