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  1. I use btrfs for the /. I see that the but is fixed at https://bugs.funtoo.org/browse/FL-5013 I use emerge debian-sources instead, should I have to use genkernel
  2. Hi, I hope this is the right place to post this. A bit of background that can be skipped if you are in a hurry: I am by no means a programmer and try hard just to stay out of the way and keep my head down when using open source software. I've been using Funtoo for a long time now on my home servers. These systems started as lab style "blow them away at the drop of a hat when things go bad while flying by the seat of my pants learning a thing or two along the way" machines but over the years they have evolved into a much more stable pattern. I have a desktop for
  3. This is my first installation with funtoo. I have used a combination of luks and lvm that is I encrypted the partition /dev/sda2. After I've created three volume root, home and portage and formatted with btrfs. The mount point are respectively: /mnt/funtoo, /mnt/funtoo/home,/mnt/funtoo/usr/portage. The sda1 is vfat efi partition where I installed the grub2 . The kernel is debian-sources. The boot.conf is the following "Funtoo Linux General" { kernel kernel[-v] initrd initramfs[-v] params += crypt_root=/dev/sda2 dolvm real_root=/dev/mapper/vg-root rootfstype=btrfs } The boot-boot-update
  4. I currently have archlinux in a pure btrfs installation in three subvolumes I want to try funtoo because it seems great. I have the next subvolumes in / __active/arch-root __active/arch-var __active/home __snapshots/ I have created too __active/funtoo-root and __active/funtoo-var so I want to know how i have to install it using the grub in arch-root? Thanks --haliax
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