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  1. Yes, I use on demand. Here you see it at work: # grep MHz /proc/cpuinfo cpu MHz : 3501.000 cpu MHz : 800.000 cpu MHz : 800.000 cpu MHz : 1000.000
  2. I installed media-fonts/infinality-ultimate-meta and followed the simple instructions on forums.gentoo.org. No more ugly fonts or conflicting rendering settings with eselect fontconfig etc. https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-993030-start-0-postdays-0-postorder-asc-highlight-infinality.html
  3. I have an Intel i7-4770K and I use the kernel CPU Frequency scaling options without pstates and it works fine. I set the default governor to "ondemand" in the kernel. Each core then idles at 800MHz and scales up as needed. I have cpupower installed on my system, but don't really need it as the kernel settings do what I desire.
  4. If anyone notices that their fonts look much worse recently may want to try masking media-libs/freetype-2.6.5 and rolling back to version 2.6.3-r1. Doing that restored my beautiful, easy on the eyes font rendering. Any one else having the same issue? I posted a bug report on the issue - https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-3268
  5. Thanks Oleg. If one wishes to check valid values, the codes are in /usr/portage/profiles/desc/l10n.desc.
  6. I already filed a bug - FL-3258 https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-3258
  7. I did not. I had version 4, but not 4.1 or 4.2. Reconfigured and recompiled kernel. NFS fallback now works as it should.
  8. The point is, I'm not specifying vers-4.2, the new nfs-utils is doing that by default. I only exposed the default common by running mount.nfs with the -v (verbose) switch to aid in troubleshooting my issue. As per the man page info I posted above - If a version is specified and fails, it's a permanent failure, where as if no version is specified, it will try 4, then 3 then 2. Apparently it is not doing that. It try's 4.2 and if it fails, no fall back versions are tried. As far as _netdev option is concerned, I tried both with and without _netdev in my fstab. As long as I specified ver
  9. I also changed my fstab mount options, which were not an issue with the previous versions(s) of nfs-utils, adding _netdev. Works with the 1.2.9-r4 but I still cannot mount the remote shares with >nfs-utils-1.2.9-r. Heres the error when running netmount manually: # /etc/init.d/netmount start * Mounting network filesystems ... mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified * Could not mount all network filesystems
  10. I configured as the post-install text recommended. It worked after installation, but not after subsequent reboots. I had to revert to the previous version and revert to the previous startup scripts. With nfs-utils-1.3.2-r6 installed, nfsmount disabled and nfsclient and netmount enable, fstab specified mounts (only two) fail. # rc-status Runlevel: default netif.eth0 [ started ] netif.tap0 [ started ] netif.tap1 [ sta
  11. I also experienced the same problem. I masked >net-fs/nfs-utils-1.2.9-r4 and reinstalled. Problem went away. I intended to file a bug report, but I've been extremely busy.
  12. P is the "portage" overlay, I = installed You should read the manual for equery. It's a tool you need to learn if you are going to use funtoo or gentoo. # man equery
  13. You would need to mask any version greater than the desired version. Use equery to check available versions on your box # equery l -po konsole * Searching for konsole ... [-P-] [ ] kde-apps/konsole-4.14.3:4/4.14 [-P-] [ ] kde-apps/konsole-4.14.3-r1:4/4.14 [-P-] [ ] kde-apps/konsole-4.14.3-r2:4/4.14 [-P-] [ ] kde-apps/konsole-15.08.3:5 Mask anything greater than your desired version # echo ">kde-apps/konsole-4.14.3-r2" >> /etc/portage/package.mask Check again with equery to make sure that there are no typos and the mask is successful. There should be an "M" next to
  14. On my system, gparted was installed with the btrfs useflag. Reinstalling without btrfs useflag killed all the asciidoc and texlive dependencies. I guess the docs for btrfs needs asciidoc and texlive?
  15. Isn't there an overlay for compiz?
  16. Systemd no longer being pulled in. Thanks Daniel!
  17. I just sync'd one of my funtoo boxes. Looks like gnome-3.16 is ready for installation.... but wait, gnome-3.16 wants to pull in SYSTEMD!!!! Say it ain't so!!!!! I hope I'm wrong. ... [ebuild U ] gnome-base/gnome-3.16.0:2.0::gentoo [3.14.1:2.0::gentoo] USE="accessibility bluetooth cdr classic cups extras" 0 KiB [blocks B ] sys-fs/eudev ("sys-fs/eudev" is blocking sys-apps/systemd-226-r1, sys-apps/gentoo-systemd-integration-4) [blocks B ] sys-apps/gentoo-systemd-integration ("sys-apps/gentoo-systemd-integration" is blocking sys-fs/eudev-3.1.2-r10) [blocks B ] sys-app
  18. is a subblock of, which is listed on SpamHaus' DROP list (Don't Route Or Peer). Spamhaus has a good reputation so I'd say it's a legit block. You might want to add ACCEPT rules for Funtoo's servers before your BOGON rules if they fall in this range. Info on Spamhaus' DROP list is here. EDIT: This is pretty serious. Funtoo's IP addresses lie in the subblock -, which is registered to Brownrice Internet, Inc. Someone should be actively proding Brownrice to get their subnet out of that block list if at all possible.
  19. Funtoo has dev-scheme/termite-0.15 in the current tree, and it depends on gnome-pty-helper-0.38.3 Maybe you haven't really removed the gentoo overlay version of termite? EDIT: Disregard, wrong termite.
  20. Which HDMI port are you plugging into? the HDMI from the integrated intel grapics on the motherboard, or the nVidia HDMI on the graphics card? Have you tried both? Did you set your opengl with eselect?
  21. Did you already use eselect as root to choose your opengl driver? # eselect opengl list Available OpenGL implementations: [1] nvidia [2] xorg-x11 * # eselect opengl set 2 Switching to xorg-x11 OpenGL interface... done
  22. IRC, the mirrors variable in make.conf is for distfiles, not for the portage tree.
  23. Eventhough the two are similar, you'd need to do a fresh install. You could then copy and/or transfer config files or personal files.
  24. No! # emerge google-chrome -av These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! [ebuild N ] www-client/google-chrome-43.0.2357.130_p1 USE="plugins" LINGUAS="am ar bg bn ca cs da de el en_GB es es_LA et fa fi fil fr gu he hi hr hu id it ja kn ko lt lv ml mr ms nb nl pl pt_BR pt_PT ro ru sk sl sr sv sw ta te th tr uk vi zh_CN zh_TW" 47,185 kB Total: 1 package (1 new), Size of downloads: 47,185 kB Would you like to merge these packages? [Yes/No]
  25. equery is your friend. # equery l -po *chrom* * Searching for *chrom* ... [-P-] [ ] games-action/chromium-bsu- [-P-] [ ] kde-misc/chromi-0.2:4 [-P-] [ ] kde-misc/chromi-0.2_p20141209:4 [-P-] [ ] media-libs/chromaprint-0.6:0 [-P-] [ ] media-libs/chromaprint-0.7:0 [-P-] [ ] media-libs/chromaprint-1.1:0 [-P-] [ ] media-libs/chromaprint-1.2:0 [-P-] [ ] net-misc/chrome-remote-desktop-40.0.2214.44:0 [-P-] [ ] net-misc/chrome-remote-desktop-41.0.2272.41:0 [-P-] [ ] net-misc/chrome-remote-desktop-41.0.2272.41-r1:0 [-P-] [ ] sec-policy/selinux-chromium-2.20140311-r5:0 [-P-] [
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