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  1. Reminds me of the proverbial "Red-headed step-child" LOL
  2. Check your keyboard settings in the gnome control panel. There are shortcuts there that can be added/changed/removed. Maybe you have the wrong keyboard input source? That can be changed there as well.
  3. I have the same issue with Nautilus. I found a related, more glaring bug and filed a report here: https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-1694 I have two funtoo systems. Both are Intel based. One uses an nVidia and the other uses Intel graphics. I don't have the distortion issue you describe on either with gnome-3.12 or 3.14.1. Don't know what to tell you but it's probably graphics hardware/software related. If you feel you have a genuine bug or issue, go ahead and file a bug report. One usually gets faster responses from JIRA then from the forum.
  4. I think it was added back around early August... Let me check... Yup, here's the thread: http://forums.funtoo.org/index.php?/topic/128-help-with-install-cinnamon/
  5. gnome-3.14.1 is in the portage tree, but it needs to be unmasked before it can be installed. Here's a link to the instructions: http://www.funtoo.org/News:Testing_GNOME_3.14 systemd? HELL NO! openrc
  6. I use nvidia-drivers and I was not affected by this issue, and none of the fixes are applied. That's probably the reason it's not patched - not affecting all nvidia-driver installs. EDIT: I'm using webkit-gtk-2.6.1 with gnome-3.14.1. Are you installing gnome-3.12 with webkit-gtk-2.4.4.?
  7. I don't believe it's hung. I noticed that it just took a long time at a few points of the compilation. Total compilation on an i5-4690 was 47 minutes. You could switch terminals (Alt-F2) and check the processes with `top` and see if it's still running.
  8. Updated one machine to Gnome 3.14. Compiled perfectly - no errors. No glaring issues so far.
  9. Found it. Thanks. I thought it might be in /usr/portage too, but I looked for /usr/portage/tree/funtoo instead of /usr/portage/profiles/package.mask. Instructions should be changed to reflect default location for derps, eh, I mean users like me. ;)
  10. I can't test. /var/portage doesn't exist on my funtoo installs so I can't even find /var/portage/tree/funtoo/profiles/package.mask/funtoo-gnome.
  11. Gnome-3.14 ready for testing: https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-1637
  12. No, of course not. There are 4 of us! LOL
  13. I use logwatch for my logs, and pflogsumm for my postfix mail server logs. I run sysklogd for logging because at one time it was required for one of these utilities. It could have been required by both. I don't know if that is still the case or not. * sys-apps/logwatch Latest version available: 7.4.0_p170-r1 Latest version installed: 7.4.0_p170-r1 Size of files: 445 kB Homepage: http://www.logwatch.org/ Description: Analyzes and Reports on system logs License: MIT * net-mail/pflogsumm Latest version available: 1.1.5 Late
  14. for network info, 2 of my favorites: * net-analyzer/iftop Latest version available: 1.0_pre4 Latest version installed: 1.0_pre4 Size of files: 199 kB Homepage: http://www.ex-parrot.com/pdw/iftop/ Description: display bandwidth usage on an interface License: GPL-2 * net-analyzer/bmon Latest version available: 3.2 Latest version installed: 3.2 Size of files: 54 kB Homepage: http://www.infradead.org/~tgr/bmon/ Description: interface bandwidth monitor License: MIT and of course, * net
  15. Chome/Chromium is phasing out NS Plugin API support, which java is one. I believe it started with version 36. Google it. It's been in the works for over a year. If you still need a web browser with java support, try another browser, like firefox.
  16. Might need to add a cinnamon mix-in to eselect profiles?
  17. Congrats! Are you using openrc or systemd with cinnamon? Curious minds want to know.
  18. File a bug report at bugs.funtoo.org
  19. I'm not sure if cinnamon works on funtoo or not. I know that there is a mix-in for mate. It's number 16 on my system. # eselect profile list Currently available arch profiles: [1] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/arch/x86-64bit * [2] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/arch/pure64 Currently available build profiles: [3] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/build/stable [4] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/build/current * [5] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/build/experimental Currently available flavor profiles: [6] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/flavor/minimal [7] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/flavor/core [8] funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/flavor/de
  20. 2 machines upgraded and working well. Is funtoo the only distro with a systemd-free gnome-3.12?
  21. First machine upgraded from 3.6 to 3.12 with no issues. Upgrading a second system now. :)
  22. You're welcome. Glad to hear you got it sorted out. Basically what you are doing is creating a failover device. One interface goes down, the other kicks in. You may also want to check out shorewall. It's in portage. It's a set of simple config files to generate iptables firewall. It does have failover capabilities. Here's a section that might help - Multiple Internet Connections. Maybe it'll give you some good ideas.
  23. I don't see that you need both sets of rules on the gateway. If the secondary default route is via the laptop to your neighbor's wifi, can't you just do the nat'ing on the laptop? Then you could have your main gateway and it's nat'ing rules, then if it fails the secondary default route would kick in, and the laptop would do it's nat'ing. Or do I see the setup wrong?
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