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  1. Just to report, one funtoo system here (KDE desktop) succesfully updated to 1.3, big thanks to dev team for their hard work on Funtoo linux.
  2. Can you updated only portage initially?
  3. System update fails on the last package - gnome-base/dconf-0.30.1 with error: vala-0.42.3 is installed Don't know if 1.3 bugs should be already reported on bug tracker.
  4. OK, so I am following upgrade instructions, so far so good. Currently updating system. A couple of points: I wanted to stay on perl 5.28 which was available some time ago from a kit, so had to unmask perl and ~20 perl virtuals, don't know if there is a file somewhere with such a list already Had to unmerge a number of xorg proto packages which had file collisions with one updated xorg proto package.
  5. This was fixed by updating to recent ego
  6. Well, apparently there are other issues:
  7. Is is enough to set [global] release = 1.3 in ego.conf and resync to update to 1.3 or are there any steps or issues to pay attention to?
  8. oh, didn't know that commands where moved
  9. I got the same error, did you solve it? Thought maybe I should accept_keyword a newer boot-update as well, but core-kit is updated and 1.9.0 is the newest version there.
  10. I think these -r1000 ebuilds are from progress overlay, which has been recently removed. They use different python variable (python_abis) than current ebuilds (python_targets) and it seems portage got lost between them. As suggested you could try to update packages giving troubles: emerge -av1 markdown2 pygments numpy setuptools If that doesn't work I would remove these packages, update portage and world and install them again if they would have not already be installed by world update.
  11. You should post /var/log/Xorg.0.log, but, generally, did your run emerge @module-rebuild after building new kernel? Regarding the booting of other OS you should probably make new thread and post your /etc/boot.conf
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