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  1. well, I'm noticing an even bigger problem... I followed the instructions located at http://www.funtoo.org/Creating_Profilesand epro can't even see the dummy overlay I just created. I'm pretty sure I did everything on that guide, yet epro refuses to list anything I just created. I'm not too keen on the idea of giving up, but not having the profiles show up at all raises more questions. I closed the bug tracker issue, I am incapable of working with epro since the instructions provided aren't working (or aren't detailed properly).
  2. Good question. I'm not really sure, but seeing that now, that makes me wonder if the profile is being ignored because my setup isn't relying on systemd... P.S. I'm toying around with the overlay as we speak and I can't seem to find anything wrong with how they did this, aside that they're not using ./profiles/unity-gentoo/mix-ins at all.
  3. Thank you for the reply. It seems that I will indeed have to copy or re-create the profiles by hand once I have found them in the overlay. Well, at least this shall be a learning experience.
  4. Hello! I've been using Gentoo/Funtoo for several years as a user but I've only recently started developing in general. This is also my first post. :) I recently tried to install an unofficial overlay (unity-gentoo, available through layman) but it didn't go so well. As I've explained on their bug tracker (https://github.com/shiznix/unity-gentoo/issues/121), their installation procedure requires a profile to be selected. However, their profiles seems to be unrecognized by epro, so installation is unfortunately impossible. I've looked around the funtoo manuals but I am unable to find any
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