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  1. Hi, and thanks for taking a look. So, here I have a system in which I installed the Gentoo overlay via Layman. Now every time emerge is invoked, it prints a warning !!! Repository name or alias 'gentoo', defined for repository 'core-kit', overrides existing alias or repository. This alone is a minor inconvenience, but there is something else. Usually, I install overlays for one or few very specific packages or versions. So, after installing an overlay, I would mask all the packages in it (echo '*/*::gentoo' >> /etc/portage/package.mask), and then unmask what I need in /etc/po
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