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  1. Ah, I see. I hadn't set that. I've set that now and it works, thanks cardinal.
  2. So AQEMU is complaining about me not having qemu installed, which is wrong because it's a dependency. >This VM uses an emulator "QEMU" which is not installed in the system. >The work of the VM is not possible! I've added myself to the kvm group, which didn't change anything and I've tried rebooting to see if some kernel module needed loading or something, which was apparently not the case.
  3. Is it a good or bad idea to take a syste, backup by running: tar cpJfv funtooLinux.tar.xz / rather than making an iso image of the partition/disk. Does it matter?
  4. Thanks tolvo, but I was hoping I could get some help with moving the bzImage into /boot. The funtoo wiki's page on lilo is rather vague regarding copying the kernel to /boot
  5. I'm looking to install Lilo to by MBR, but I'm not sure how to proceed with telling Lilo which kernel/initrd to use. I'm using the latest debian-sources kernel, so I would expect to write "image=/boot/debian-sources-x86_64-4.7.8" and the initrd bit to lilo.conf for it to boot. However my kernel isn't in /boot, and I'm not sure what to symlink to /boot/bzImage. I'd rather not creating symlinks, if it can be avoided.
  6. Okay, here's the build log: https://paste.pound-python.org/raw/ripMA8A08DruUdnlQ6bk/
  7. I am attempting a world update but netpbm won't rebuild. Output of "emerge --info '=media-libs/netpbm-10.70.00::gentoo'": Portage 2.3.2 (python 2.7.12-final-0, funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/arch/x86-64bit, gcc-4.9.3, glibc-2.22, 4.7.8-1~bpo8+1 x86_64) ================================================================= System Settings ================================================================= System uname: Linux-4.7.8-1~bpo8+1-x86_64-AMD_A10-7860K_Radeon_R7,_12_Compute_Cores_4C+8G-with-gentoo-2.2.1 KiB Mem: 7090824 total, 5416188 free KiB Swap: 8388604 to
  8. My openpn tunnel frequently becomes unusable. At irregular intervals, data ceases to be able to pass through the tunnel. It does not restart, instead it waits a seemingly random amount of time (minutes) before eventually data can pass through again. However this behaviour does not apply to my bittorent client, which is unaffected by the network outage. It continues to send data through the tunnel, preventing it from restarting. I am using QBittorrent and have it configured to only talk on tun0. My openvpn.conf is as follows: client dev tun0 remote de.mullvad.net 1300 udp cipher AES-256-CBC
  9. I recently upgraded to the 4.7.2 kernel, but I don't think that's relevant because audio was working previously with this kernel. This happened after I woke my computer from a suspend and then muted and unmuted my audio with "amixer -q set Master toggle". (Which is what is usually necessary to make audio work after sleep for me.) I have tried: Re-emerging both pulseaudio and alsa-utils - no effect, "pacmd set-default-sink 0" - no effect. (Headphones plugged into sink 0), "pacmd set-default-sink 1" - no effect. (Headphones plugged into sink 1), "pulseaudio -k" - no effect, "/etc/init.d/a
  10. I recently switched to the stable build of Funtoo, as I didn't want to bother fixing all the issues I was having with the current build. I'm glad to say all of my previous problems have disappeared, however some applications such as qbittorrent and youtube_dl aren't working without their latest versions, so I want to install the latest versions of these packages on the stable Funtoo build. I tried installing the packages from source, which was somewhat successful with youtube_dl, but not qbittorrent, because several of its dependencies where not satisfied, and I don't want to install every pac
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