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Well, a time ago I knew about Gentoo and Funtoo and I liked the philosophy and how it works, then I decided to install Funtoo on my notebook (that I'm using right now). Someday I tried to install VLC and in the middle of the installation, when compiling QtGui, my notebook stopped being hot and noisy (what is normal when it's compiling packages). So I checked the processor cores with htop and it seemed like the compilation process just was dead. I waited some more minutes and nothing... I decided to cancel the installation. Later I tried to install Aseprite and the Allegro package has needed as well, so I started emerging the packages but when my notebook was compiling Allegro just occurred an Emake error with no much details about what happened. Then I decided to install Aseprite by compiling manually (as shown on its github page) and it worked fine. Finally some days ago I tried to install nextcloud-client package that required some Qt packages and once again the installation failed but this time with an error saying that my notebook processor has not support for aes. I also tried to install G'MIC on my GIMP but I could not be able to do that; I suspect that because I don't have any Qt package and because that G'MIC (that uses Qt) does not work. What can I do to solve this situation? I tried to use Entropy package manager but occurred some conflicts and I had to reinstall Funtoo. I also tried to install some packages with Flatpak, but it does not have some packages (qutebrowser for example). Is there a another way to install binary packages or to solve the compilation errors?