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  1. Thanks a lot for sharing and for your work. Of course, I'm going to give it a try. Thank again! 🙂
  2. PHP:7.4 (dev-lang/php-7.4.11:7.4::core-server-kit) won't compile 😕 It looks like mysql_pdo is causing the build to fail. Should I fill a bug? There's anything I can do to fix it? Thanks in advanced! 🙂 emerge --update --newuse --deep --with-bdeps=y @world --backtrack=30 --verbose-conflicts --keep-going * Mounting 9000M of memory to /var/tmp/portage ... [ ok ] * emerging --update --newuse --deep --with-bdeps=y @world --backtrack=30 --verbose-conflicts --keep-goin
  3. Thanks a lot for the answer! 🙂 Could you give me some hints about how to integrate that repo? I would really love to be able to update KDE Plasma according to the official Gentoo KDE Team repo. Thanks again!
  4. Hi, I just added Official KDE TEAM git repo to my Funtoo system through layman repositories.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE repositories SYSTEM "/dtd/repositories.dtd"> <repositories xmlns="" version="1.0"> <repo priority="50" quality="experimental" status="unofficial"> <name>Gentoo KDE Team Git Overlay</name> <description>Official Gentoo KDE Team Git Overlay</description> <homepage>https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/KDE/Ebuild_repository</homepage> <owner> <ema
  5. Hi, suddenly kwallet stopped unlocking automatically while logging into KDE plasma through SDDM. I'm trying to debug but don't know what's going on. The following is my PAM config, does anyone knows what could i be missing or what has changed? Thanks in advanced. [I] kde-frameworks/kwallet [1] Available versions: (5) 5.57.0(5/5.57) (~)5.59.0(5/5.59) {debug doc gpg +man test} Installed versions: 5.59.0(5/5.59)(02:38:01 PM 10/02/2019)(man -debug -doc -gpg -test) Homepage: https://kde.org/ Description: Framework providing desktop-
  6. Hi, I can't emerge php5.6.40, portage says it does not exists but i can see the ebuild at /var/git/meta-repo/kits/php-kit/dev-lang/php/php-5.6.40.ebuild ls /var/git/meta-repo/kits/php-kit/dev-lang/php/php-5.6.40.ebuild /var/git/meta-repo/kits/php-kit/dev-lang/php/php-5.6.40.ebuild eix dev-lang/php [I] dev-lang/php [1] Available versions: (5.6) 5.6.38 (7.0) 7.0.32 (7.1) 7.1.22 (~)7.1.23 (~)7.1.24 (7.2) 7.2.10 (~)7.2.11 (~)7.2.12 (7.3) [M](~)7.3.0_rc2 [M](~)7.3.0_rc3 {M}(~)7.3.0_rc5 {acl apache2 argon2 bcmath berkdb bzip2 calendar cdb cgi c
  7. Someone on #funtoo told me perl 5.28 should be masked so after removing it from unmask I'm trying to update the system.
  8. Hi guys, i'm just posting because I'm having a nightmare trying to upgrade Funtoo after a few months out. By now, i'm working around the following issue by running a script which updates every single package which needs an update by ussing --oneshot parameter. The following are the "errors" I get when running emerge -auDNU @system --ignore-world --verbose-conflicts emerge -auDNU @system --ignore-world --verbose-conflicts * IMPORTANT: config file '/etc/portage/package.use' needs updating. * See the CONF
  9. Yes, you're right, sometimes I'm a bit rude. I'm really sorry for my attitude. I got the impression you were the kind of troll who does not carefully read the posts and answer with whatever feels like. My apologies ? The problem about switching to a branch is that one first has to know that branch exists. I was wondering if Funtoo got the right portage/kits/system package tools to deal with packages and these kind of things. In reallity I'm missing a way to check/list for available/existing sources/branches for kits. Also, get some info like a description to understand why multiple b
  10. I'm not losing my time anymore with you. As said, you didn't read or understood the genuine post. Also you just copied and pasted the command I proposed on the first post which obviously doesn't answer any of the questions set out. By moving to any kit git repo locally one can git ls-remote (or fetch all branches and check them out) and see what branches exists. But What I would like to know if there's any command to see how many or which branches exists for a given kit repo. Also I would like to query a description/definition for the stability associated to those branches. Unfo
  11. Hi Palica, thanks for your time and your answer. Also note if you carefully read the post you'll see I exposed the 3 existing branches for kde-kit which doesn't are not shown by running ego kit -v list|status. Also there's no description about the stability value's meanings. In short, the command yo proposed - which is the same I exposed on the first post - does not resolve any of the exposed questions. I really appreciate your time but I would like ask for skipping unrelated, nonsense or misguiding replies. Cheers ?
  12. Looking at github or playing with git locally one can see kde-kit has the following branches: master 1.3-release 5.12-prime I wonder if it's possible to get that info through ego or any other specific GNU/Funtoo Linux command? Also I would like to be able to get a description about the existing branches. Right now I'm on kde-kit 5.12 which I think is a bit outdated. Last, I also wonder how can one know the difference about prime, current and dev stability? Should one be able to understand it through the command's arguments, man page or cmd help? I mean, i ru
  13. Hi, while reading about plymouth and nvidia drivers I came around MTRR kernel settings. Quickly I run the following command which states uncachable for 3 MTRR registers: cat /proc/mtrr cat /proc/mtrr reg00: base=0x000000000 ( 0MB), size=16384MB, count=1: write-back reg01: base=0x400000000 (16384MB), size= 1024MB, count=1: write-back reg02: base=0x0c0000000 ( 3072MB), size= 1024MB, count=1: uncachable reg03: base=0x0bf700000 ( 3063MB), size= 1MB, count=1: uncachable reg04: base=0x0bf800000 ( 3064MB), size= 8MB, count=1: uncachable I went to make menuconfig -> Proce
  14. Hi, by now updating my GNU/Linux Funtoo OS is a WIP. What i've done is to get a list of packages to be updated and then run emerge =pkg-version for each one of he packages. The following is the script i've used to update the packages: #!/bin/bash file=$1 lines=`cat $file|wc -l` for (( n=1; n<=$lines; n++ )); do pkg=`cat $file|head -n$n|tail -n1` emerge -1 --ask n =$pkg --keep-going --nodeps done
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