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  1. I've eventually solved this by adding my mouse usb id to the blacklist in `/etc/laptop-mode/conf.d/runtime-pm.conf` Thanks to all who helped me solve this one.
  2. Thanks for the detailed writeup. I do have laptop-mode installed, but don't have the usb-autosuspend.conf file there.
  3. So, the speed improvements will come from better algorithms rather than faster code execution. Doing maintenance work on portage sounds like a good, albeit not-so-glamorous option. Thanks for the input
  4. I'm relatively unfamiliar with the portage codebase, but know it's written in Python. I'm a web developer and use Python for writing server side code. Recently I have been intrigued by the rust programming language. I'm considering learning the language but need a good project to help me. I thought that maybe doing a rewrite of emerge would be a project worth considering since rust will be as secure as Python but will run significantly quicker. I'd love to hear if this is something worth doing and if it would be able to help the community in the future.
  5. Thanks for your answer. I'll give this a try this evening.
  6. Hi all, I've been running funtoo on my ASUS N56V for over 2 years now. One thing I bump into time and again is my mouse (Logitec M325) which doesn't always respond well. I have essentially 3 use cases (2 broken one working) 1. After boot, the mouse is generally not too reliable and lags quite a bit every now and then 2. If after boot, I pull the wireless dongle out and reinsert it, the mouse is stable until the next boot. 3. Whenever I run purely on battery, the mouse is often non-responsive or lags quite a bit. Incidentally, the touch pad works just fine. I'd love to resolve som
  7. Thanks for sharing your r experience.ill be sure to bear that in mind
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