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  1. Hi, I have sucessfully installed funtoo on my chromebook using crouton. All I had to do was extract the stage3, copy the /etc/crouton/ files from another ubuntu chroot and then manually create a user with uid 1000. I can enter-chroot into funtoo and emerge and quite happy with this. In fact to compile faster I then decided to install another funtoo on my fedora laptop to run distcc with the same gcc. Awesome! ok the only difficulty I have in both environments is with starting services with the standard funtoo init scripts. For example I want to run distcc and sshd (on another port). When starting any service I get results like: y2 init.d # ./distccd start * WARNING: distccd is already starting y2 init.d # ./distccd stop * ERROR: distccd stopped by something else y2 init.d # ./distccd status Any suggestions on the best way to deal with this or any other gotchas that I might encounter? Regards, Boyd
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