AdiosKid got a reaction from waynedpj in Bentōō (An user-friendly Stage4 of Funtoo Linux.)
Hi folks O/
few years ago I wonder about a friendly version of Gentoo and Funtoo, the gentoo community don't liked, but I keep did some tests but I didn't continue, well, few week ago I start again, but this time only a Funtoo Friendly version, and now I have something really beginning.
the project will resume in few flavors and one version with a overlay with update packages and few extra.
the funtoo flavors are X+openbox, gnome and Plasma, they are just the Funtoo Stage3 Generic with few packages and some configuration.
and has one version with plasma, but with an overlay with few update packages and other stuffs, a stage more out of the box, I want make something to people learn about gentoo/funtoo or for who use the system without spent hours to build the system.
the webiste will be done in the next weeks, and the stages will be available in the next days "sorry, I'm with one pc now, and the net is a turtle".
website -> https://bentoo.info/
binhost -> http://binhost.bentoo.info
github repos :
overlay -> https://github.com/lucascouts/bentoo
configurations -> https://github.com/lucascouts/bentoo-cfg
I don't know if the funtoo community will like but anyway I'll forward with this project, but will be great if few users could help with feedback or criticisms.
thank you anyway ?
AdiosKid reacted to Oleg Vinichenko in X,Org security update
X.Org security update now available with version 1.19.3-r3. By default xorg-server ebuild installs the /usr/bin/Xorg binary with suid . In 1.19 it was found a regression which allowed a privilege escalation. This is now fixed with patch. More details can be found here:
A notice on suid USE flag. By default this USE flag is enabled and with unpatched xorg-server there is a security risk. Upstream recommendation is to disable suid USE. This can be achieved by:
echo "x11-base/xorg-server -suid" >> /etc/portage/package.use emerge -1 xorg-server This will work in most cases, when login managers are used, such as GDM or similar. In case you are starting the X via xinit or startx, disable of suid USE may impact the X start. You can leave the suid USE turned on, as xorg-server has the vulnerability fix applied.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in ego 2.6.0, new merge scripts, 1.3-release kit organization finalized
Please test ego-2.6.0, which is currently masked for testing.
As many of you have noticed, there have been significant changes to kit generation and currently, ego is less "flexible" about mixing and matching kits from different releases. This is a side-effect of massively improved merge scripts, which now leverage python's asyncio, use a thread pool for database operations, and have much better internal design. I have put a lot of work into this new codebase and the new design is much better foundation for future development.
Currently, it is possible to select a custom xorg-kit or gnome-kit, but all other branches are locked down to the release. For those who may be upset -- We have never "officially" supported anything but the standard collection of release kits anyway, with some tweaks of xorg-kit and gnome-kit, so users who push the limits of mixing and matching kits right now have been using Funtoo in a way that is beyond the scope of what we intended to deliver, likely without realizing it. So if you want to use an unusual combination of kits -- awesome -- we want to support this officially in time, but we are working on getting there the right way rather than committing to supporting all these unusual combinations all at once.
If you have gotten accustomed to this flexibility in the past, know that this lack of flexibility is only temporary as we continue to build out our next generation of innovative technologies for managing kits. Re-enabling support for any old combination of kits is going backwards, in my opinion, and instead we need to move forward to OFFICIALLY support more combinations of kits. For the time being, you may need to write a small script to get things exactly how you want in meta-repo. We encourage people to use combinations we officially support if possible -- 1.2 with some variation of gnome-kit or xorg-kit. Things will be easier that way for the time being.
Also, we now have the 1.3-release kit names and definitions finalized, so this will allow us to move forward with 1.3 release development.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in 1.0 release deprecation, 1.3 release development starts!
The 1.0 release of Funtoo Linux is not going to be maintained after September 30, 2018. So please be sure to upgrade your systems to Funtoo Linux 1.2 using https://www.funtoo.org/Upgrade_Instructions so that you will continue to get updates!
We will also be starting development on Funtoo Linux 1.3 in a few days, on August 31. We are moving to a new agile (scrum) process, where we will be doing 1-week sprints (time-constrained sets of work). Our work will include some portion of fixes for 1.2 and some new work on 1.3. When we as a team decide that 1.3 is ready for various milestones (alpha, beta, release candidate) we will mark it as such. Thus, we have no hard deadline for 1.3 as I do not want to try to hit arbitrary dates that are not based on the actual work. But we will get there, sooner rather than later!
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Ryzen stages available for download
Ryzen stages are now available for download at the following links:
A new pure64 stage is building right now.
Also, many thanks to CDN77 for sponsoring Funtoo -- our downloads now use a combined funtoo/CDN77 infrastructure for world-wide speed rather than a mirroring infrastructure. This applies to stage3 downloads as well as fastpull downloads.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Many things to test
The following ebuilds are available for testing by end users and are currently keyword-masked. Add the following to your package.accept_keywords to test:
=sys-apps/portage-2.3.47 ** =sys-devel/gcc-7.3.1-r3 ** =sys-apps/corenetwork-1.6.4 ** =x11-drivers/xf86-video-intel-2.99.917_p20180609 ** Here is a quick review of changes in the above packages. Portage is a new version from Gentoo, which has passed all unit tests. Gcc-7.3.1-r3 is a much-improved ebuild from @Temptorsent which now enables SSP by default for improved security. Corenetwork-1.6.4 has some bug fixes that have accumulated in git, and the new xf86-video-intel is the latest from git and needs testing, particularly on newer intel hardware like Coffee Lake and Kaby Lake refresh -- and it always seems like google chrome has rendering issues, so be sure to test Chrome with this driver.
Please test these things and report back your experiences.
AdiosKid reacted to Oleg Vinichenko in LLVM updates
New kit, lllvm-kit now added. It consist of small numbers of ebuilds that are directly related to the sys-devel/llvm. The rationale behind this is that ebuilds for llvm had no update for very long time and are problematic to maintain due to those ebuilds were spread all over different kits. Now they are from one kit. This kit is enabled by default and involves following update steps:
ego sync emerge -C llvm:0 clang:0 emerge -1 llvm mesa emerge -auDN @world emerge @preserved-rebuild
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Funtoo Linux Release Schedule for 2018
In order to have more predictability for users, Funtoo Linux is going to adopt a six-month release schedule starting in 2018. Our kits are currently at 1.0-prime, and we are going to skip over 1.1-prime (it didn't get done fast enough) and jump to 1.2-prime. We are going to start development on 1.2-prime today, December 28, 2017, with a planned release of the production 1.2-prime on January 21, 2018. We will then maintain the 1.2-prime kits for the next six months, until they are replaced with 1.3-prime.
The schedule in detail is as follows:
December, 28, 2017: start development on 1.2
January 1, 2018: we will be rolling out a python-modules-kit and perl-modules-kit as new kits (for 1.0+)
January 4, 2018: Alpha release of 1.2
January 11, 2018: Beta release of 1.2
We will have a release candidate when we feel we are ready, with a scheduled production release on January 21, 2018.
On February 1, 2018, the 1.0-prime kits will be deprecated and users will be migrated to the 1.2-prime kits (this should be seamless unless you've hard-coded 1.0 or 1.1-prime kits in ego.conf.)
For 1.2-prime, what we are going to attempt to deliver is a default gcc of 6.4 and all ebuilds updated to be in sync with Gentoo as of January 2018. We will be using a 'current' (non-snapshotted tree) until around January 4th when we will freeze the tree and then will start backporting security fixes and updates.
In a few hours, the 1.2-prime kits will appear but will be tagged as DEVELOPMENT quality, so they should not be used until they are made default. I will post updates here on our progress.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Are there any plans to make genkernel-next more funtoo-friendly?
Yes, I am working with robbat2 on a genkernel rewrite and a modular system to integrate initramfs like dracut, etc. We are just getting started and the holidays are keeping me from diving in right now. The project is/will be hosted here: https://github.com/funtoo/xkernel . You can see that robbat2 has contributed a host of issues/todos that I will be whittling away on soon.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in New ebuild: turbovnc
I have just committed net-misc/turbovnc to the Funtoo tree. Turbo VNC is a very good VNC (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_Network_Computing) client and server. As a client, it will allow you to connect to remote systems and is very fast and feature-rich, with a ton of security options. As a server, it integrates with X and supports VirtualGL. VirtualGL is functionality that overcomes some inherent limitations of VNC, which traditionally does not support OpenGL or forces applications to use non-hardware rendering. With VirtualGL, you can remotely access a Funtoo system with hardware-accelerated OpenGL and benefit from its GPU (graphics will render on the remote system using hardware acceleration and then the rendered images will be transmitted to your client.) Learn more about VirtualGL here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VirtualGL
As a client, I've found turbovnc to be significantly faster than tigervnc, and the client has a lot of very useful configuration options -- see screenshots below.
Please give the ebuild a try and let me know how it works for you.
AdiosKid reacted to pytony in Another stupid ego -- kits -- local overlay question
It looks like you have your /etc/portage/repos.conf symlinked to /var/git/meta-repo/repos.conf.
rm /etc/portage/repos.conf rm /var/git/meta-repo/repos.conf/funtoo mkdir /etc/portage/repos.conf/ ln -s /var/git/meta-repo/repos.conf /etc/portage/repos.conf/funtoo for f in /var/git/meta-repo/repos.conf/*.conf; do mv "$f" /etc/portage/repos.conf/; done
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Evaluating Funtoo - questions
I think the answer will vary depending on the person, but I can tell you about how I set up my workstation (laptop, Thinkpad W541). Generally, I want to set things up and have a stable, productive system since I need to be able to potentially leave my home office at a moment's notice and go somewhere... and my laptop needs to work. So I use the standard kits along with gnome-3.20, and now I have xorg 1.19-prime and 3.6-prime of python-kit running. I use debian-sources because it just plan works and I have no time to play with kernels (or need to).
I might reinstall every 3-6 months, just to test the installation process, but this is generally not necessary unless you really *want* to. The apps I use the most are google chrome, hangouts, JetBrains pycharm (Java IDE), git. I have cups set up so I can print. I have a small set of python modules installed from packages to support my development work.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in A multitude of new kits...
A multitude of new kits are coming your way. I'll give you a list of what they are and share other kit-related updates with you.
The new kits you'll be seeing soon are: ruby-kit, haskell-kit, ml-lang-kit, lisp-scheme-kit, and xfce-kit. With the exception of xfce-kit, these kits are all essentially sub-kits of dev-kit (and now have their own kit, just to try to pare down dev-kit a bit.) xfce-kit is for the XFCE 4.12 desktop environment.
In addition, we have snapshotted/frozen the following kits: *java-kit*, ruby-kit, haskell-kit, ml-lang-kit, lisp-scheme-kit, *dev-kit*, xfce-kit and *desktop-kit*. Note that the kits in red are ones that previously following gentoo-current, and are now snapshotted as of today (Oct 22). The other kits listed are the new kits.
With this wave of new kits, I am pushing forward the kit paradigm. With additional snapshotting of previously 'current' kits, I am putting funtoo's developer focus on getting the new 1.1-prime core-kit, media-kit and friends truly ready for production. The goal is to shift major updates to that they come via kit upgrades rather than a trickle of new package updates.
What should you expect over the rest of the year? Expect further stabilization of our now-snapshotted kits. Also, when PHP 7.2.0 is released, expect a php-kit that will be snapshotted at 7.2-prime rather than following current as it does now. You should also expect to see a new generation of kits made available so you can select more recent packages. Also on the radar are automated features to help switch kits cleanly -- think of these as things like perl-cleaner and friends but that get automatically triggered when you switch kits to ensure a smooth transition. And yes, you will likely see a few more kits added to the mix, along with new ego features.
With these new kits, the kit paradigm has been further advanced and will continue to advance. Along the way, you may feel that Funtoo Linux updates are getting 'stuck' or not going as quickly as you like, due to kits being frozen. If this impacts you, please provide us with feedback so we are aware of what things you need updated and why -- and understand that the pause in version bumps is more of a temporary phenomenon rather than a permanent reality. The updates will come -- in the form of kit bumps! The adjustment of our dev process will happen, and soon will reap rewards by offering stability as well as the latest ebuilds for you to choose from.
Please feel free to share your questions and concerns on this thread.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Welcome to the new forums!
I just fixed login-related issues. Funtoo users who had not used the forums before were unable to log in.
I've also fixed the password reset link to go to our official password reset page, as well as the create account link. So logins should be working well.
One note is that if you were are user of the old forums, and you changed your 'displayname' to show something other than your username, then your forums account username will be your displayname. You can alternatively try logging in with your email as your username instead.
Everyone else should be good to go using their funtoo username (and password, of course) to log in here.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in Welcome to the new forums!
Hey all, welcome to the new forums! Our old forum software has been upgraded to the latest version and I'm going to be working hard to help make this a really great resource for everyone.
Our "Funtoo Universe" section is set up in a traditional forum style, and "Help Central" is now in a Q&A-style mode. Let me know how you like the Q&A style mode. Both sets of forums allow you to tag posts as being answered and we have the ability to flag the best answer.
AdiosKid reacted to drobbins in ego-2.2.0 released
ego-2.2.0 has been released, and is an important update, and will be appearing in meta-repo soon.
New functionality has been added to help you view kit configuration. To view your current kit settings, type:
# ego kit status This will display your current kit settings, as well as their stability level. The stability level is set by Funtoo and lets you know if you are running something we consider 'stable' or not. We recommend that all our users use kits that have a 'prime' stability level. Note that this is different than the kit having 'prime' in its name! When I create a kit, I may call it 1.1-prime if the goal is to make it production-quality, but the moment it is created, it is still considered 'dev' (developers only) status. Type "man ego-kit" for more information on this.
It is now also possible to view a similar listing, but one that displays ALL available kits and their stability levels, by typing:
# ego kit list This new release of ego also includes a host of other improvements, such as improvements to the "ego doc" MediaWiki parser.
AdiosKid got a reaction from da9h0st in [Off] Plymouth Theme
Hi guys, I made a custom Plymouth theme splash Funtoo version, after I'll make the Gentoo version :).
Please, tell me what you think. Images :
the theme folder is : /usr/share/plymouth/themes
File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwO-4hxIxlq2dEhDNTE1OVBKVDg
Gentoo Larry :
File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwO-4hxIxlq2RW1NTXpIQlg0dlE
Gentoo Compile-it :
File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwO-4hxIxlq2czB2a09vemV4VGM Gentoo Makots :
File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwO-4hxIxlq2M0lxT0lkQzhVZXM Gnu-Meditate:
File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwO-4hxIxlq2VmRIRG02YW9qdWM Funtoo-Next File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1V3W9sFFCy7sxrYfsyh6E0QxjdcrwwI95 Funtoo-Tux File : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jtrLM5Zuu-cBfsTMpslgFMstOJxB0gDc