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  1. Background info: new install of Win7 and Funtoo on a laptop (HP Elitebook 8470p, core i7-3720, 16GB RAM, 500GB SSD). Partitioned as follows. The partition scheme is classic BIOS/MBR, not UEFI. /dev/sda1 * 2048 206847 204800 100M 7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT /dev/sda2 206848 747522047 747315200 356.4G 7 HPFS/NTFS/exFAT /dev/sda3 747522048 957237247 209715200 100G 83 Linux /dev/sda4 957237248 1000215215 42977968 20.5G 82 Linux swap / Solaris Win7 installed first, Funtoo second in the unpartitioned space that was divided into sda3 and sda4. No separ
  2. Hi all. Looking to try Funtoo as my first, and hopefully last, source based distro. I have Arch on one partition (sda1) and installed funtoo on other partitions (sda2 for boot, sda3 for root) by chrooting from Arch into sda3.Followed the install instructions, way easier than I thought it might be so good work! However, I've tried various things with grub to no avail. If I use Arch as the grub installer I can't get into Funtoo (can't find the kernel etc.), and vice versa if installing grub from Funtoo (when selecting Arch from grub I get a filesystem error). I can go through the
  3. I followed the instructions in this thread: Now after running "ego sync" and "emerge -auND @world" when I run "emerge -cp" I get the following output: >sudo emerge -cp Password: * Always study the list of packages to be cleaned for any obvious * mistakes. Packages that are part of the world set will always * be kept. They can be manually added to this set with * `emerge --noreplace <atom>`. Packages that are listed in * package.provided (see portage(5)) will be removed by * depclean, even if they are part of the world set. * * As a safety measure, depclean will no
  4. Hello, I am back at it again. I have not been able to get grub to boot for me. I reinstalled grub and made sure that I changed my grub.cfg to show the "genkernel". However, when I run "boot-update" I get these errors: # boot-update boot-update 1.8.2 / Copyright 2009-2017 Funtoo Technologies [use option "-l" for license info, "-h" for help] * Generating config for grub... * NOTE: Detected UEFI boot. Configuring for UEFI booting. * WARN: Image for section memtest86+ not found - /memtest86.bin * WARN: No boot/default match found - using first boot entry by default.
  5. Hello! I am trying to install gentoo-sources again, cause the problem of my Laptop Lenovo G 50-30 rests, it suddenly freezes sometimes. I emerged and compiled gentoo-sources and it successfully booted but I am watching 3 problems: 1. Sound does not work 2. Debian sources was deleted from boot, so I have only one kernel that works not fine. I did only that: # cd /usr/src # rm linux # ln -s linux-4.15.12-gentoo linux # genkernel --menuconfig all ''' then I loaded .config from debian-sources folder ''' and switched on some Atheros Wireless drivers, ''' switched off all oth
  6. Hello: I want boot various Linux distro with my grub. Now have 4 partitions: /dev/sda1 --> /boot /dev/sda2 --> swap /dev/sda3 --> / (funtoo) /dev/sda4 --> Calculate Linux (with /boot ) How do I have to configure /etc/grub.d/40_custom for boot all OS? I try this, but don't work it, do not see it in the boot menu: # /etc/grub.d/40_custom menuentry "Reiniciar" --class reboot { echo "Se esta reiniciando el sistema..." reboot } menuentry "Apagar" --class shutdown { echo "Se está apagando el sistema..." halt } Thanks in
  7. Hi, funtoo noob here. I've just finished installing funtoo on my mid2009 macbook pro (and I'm already very excited about it). Prior to the installation I had installed rEFInd, yet whenever I reboot instead of rEFInd welcome screen (which I do get in my other 'testing' macbook where I also just installed funtoo) I get the grub menu with the only option to boot Funtoo. It's perfectly OK for me to bypass rEFInd and boot directly from grub and I understand that this is possible. My question is how to configure /etc/boot.conf so that I can add a "Mac Os X" entry in my grub menu and boot Os X f
  8. I screwed up my boot partition the other day and had to create the filesystem again and reconfigure grub. I believe that I have everything setup like it was, but for some reason I cannot get it to boot. When I ran the grub-install command, everything seemed to work. (chroot) sysresccd / # grub-install --no-floppy /dev/sda Installation finished. No error reported. But when I ran boot-update, I got an error message that I haven't seen before. Any one know how to fix this? I searched via Google, but didn't see anything definitive. (chroot) sysresccd / # boot-update Traceback (most recent
  9. In a fresh funtoo installation i have the problem just after compiling and installing a new kernel with its respective better-initrafms ready to work, the next logical step now is to install a boot loader, in this case i'm following the funtoo installation tutorial: emerge boot-update but fails in the part of emerging grub: Failed Patch: 0002-grub-install-support-for-partitioned-partx-loop-devi.patch ! Ii'm attaching the build log here : [32;01m * [39;49;00mPackage: sys-boot/grub-2.02_beta2-r3 [32;01m * [39;49;00mRepository: gentoo [32;01m * [39;49;00mMaintainer: funtoo [32;01m * [
  10. In a fresh funtoo installation i have the problem just after compiling and installing a new kernel with its respective better-initrafms ready to work, the next logical step now is to install a boot loader, in this case i'm following the funtoo installation tutorial: emerge boot-update but fails in the part of emerging grub: Failed Patch: 0002-grub-install-support-for-partitioned-partx-loop-devi.patch ! Ii'm attaching the build log here : [32;01m * [39;49;00mPackage: sys-boot/grub-2.02_beta2-r3 [32;01m * [39;49;00mRepository: gentoo [32;01m * [39;49;00mMaintainer: funtoo [32;01m * [
  11. I am attempting to install Funtoo to my HP 17-e016dx. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03943159&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=6521424 My system loads Grub 2 and then when I select my funtoo OS it goes on to a black screen with my caps lock blinking. My logical conclusion is that my grub isn't proceding to decrypt my cryptcontainer. In my grub I press e to edit and it loads this up. setparams 'Funtoo Linux -bzImage-3.1.fapp' insmod part_gpt insmod ext2 set root=(hostdisk//dev/sda,gpt1) search --no-floppy --fs-uuid --s
  12. Attempted Funtoo install on hard drive (sda) which has had its hard drive somehow reported shrunken in size (http://forums.funtoo.org/topic/352-interrupted-emerge-passwd-instruction-executed-late-devsda2-already-exists-found-lost-partition/). Attempted to follow install instructions, although instructions on the following were not clear to me:- (a) 'USE' flag syntax; and (b ) I thought I should try to install AMD Radeon r600 kernel for my HP laptop with AMD A10 when trying to determine which 'USE' flags to specify in etc/make.conf, so in the end I figured I should add certain 'USE
  13. I investigated as to why my grub wouldn't install when it looked like the compile was OK. Now emerging GDB and also attempting to re-emerge with different CFLAGS (just -O2, removing -march=native). Taro build-pc # ./grub-mkimage --help Usage: grub-mkimage [OPTION...] [OPTION]... [MODULES] Make a bootable image of GRUB. -c, --config=FILE embed FILE as an early config Segmentation fault (core dumped) What's weird is it should just be printing some output. That shouldn't crash it unless there is a major bug. Well ... it installed. Is there some way to tell portage to change C
  14. Hi, I was working on a Debian machine some days ago. There I had to use grub2-mkconfig to let Grub scan for OSs installed and create a config file. It seems like this is normal Grub behaviour and not an addon from the Debian guys. Back on funtoo I was checking out "grub-mkconfig". However it just created a comment, and not a working grub conf. I know in funtoo we use boot-update. But I wondered why the "normal grub" behaviour does not work, even seems to be disabled. peace jubalh
  15. Hey all. First post, but I'm a long time Funtoo supporter. I plan on getting an x86 (Intel Atom-based) tablet soon for Funtoo and I had a few questions: ? Since it's an Intel platform (it ships with Windows 8.1 32bit installed) will Grub install as if it were on a regular PC? ? Would I be able to install to an SD Card thus leaving the onboard eMMC intact with Windows in case I need it? ? What has the best chance of working with the current kernel iterations? That's all I can think of at the moment, but if I can think of something else to ask I'll edit this post/respond to anyon
  16. Hello, I followed this guide for setting up UEFI: http://www.funtoo.org/UEFI_Install_Guide After I select an option from GRUB the screen just goes black. I have SSH server on for testing and the system never goes up. I have tried with both the debian binary kernel and a custom kernel. I also haven't ran an emerge -auDN world (maybe this is my problem), as I'd imagine it shouldn't matter if Xorg radeon drivers are installed to get to a shell. Here is the config for the custom kernel I tried. Here is my make.conf And my grub.cfg Any ideas? My video
  17. I installed Funtoo yesterday, and while configuring grub, boot-update failed while running. The specific error message was: Copyright 2009-2012 Funtoo Technologies [use option "-l" for license info, "-h" for help] * Generating config for grub... * ERROR : /usr/sbin/grub-probe --device auto --target=abstraction * Did not complete successfully. After running grub-probe manually, it returned the error: grub-probe: info: cannot open `/boot/grub/device.map': No such file or directory. grub-probe: error: failed to get canonical path of udev. Has this problem been experienced before? O
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