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  1. Hi all. I am installing Funtoo on a Lenovo C200. It has an Atom D525 processor, and the motherboard supports a maximum of 2 GB of memory, so I want to use Funtoo in 32 Bits, but in the Funtoo database, this processor appears inside the "atom 64" subarch which contains these Flags: mmx sse sse2 sse3. When analyzing my CPU with the command "lscpu" I see that it does not have sse3. And if I go to the subarch "atom 32" there is also the Flag sse3. How can I perform an installation in which Funtoo perfectly matches the processor and get the most out of it? I have b
  2. I am doing fresh install of 1.4, with generic debian kernel I get error as -march is not set Hardware vendor_id : GenuineIntel cpu family : 6 model : 37 model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU westmere 540 @ 3.07GHz Portage 2.3.68 (python 2.7.15-final-0, funtoo/1.0/linux-gnu/arch/x86-64bit, gcc-9.2.0, glibc-2.29-r2, 4.19.34-1-lts x86_64) ================================================================= System Settings ================================================================= System uname: Linux-4.19.34-1-lts-x86_64-I
  3. 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
  4. Hello, First post. Hopefully this is a reasonable question to ask here, as I heard @drobbins is a great educator. So I'm kind of new to Linux, can do some very basic stuff with the command line, can install Ubuntu just as Windows (who can't?), but still hasn't transitioned from Windows yet. I've found your project and great documentation from Hacker News. Still, your main home page, https://www.funtoo.org/Welcome seemingly gives me two choices to begin with: either to install Funtoo (go on with the installation guide), or head to the Learn Linux section (getting more fa
  5. Hi, I am trying to install funtoo on my chromebook. I have Intel Celeron 3215. I am also running funtoo on my Linode. I noticed that funtoo wasn't providing the broadwell stage3 tarballs so I decided to use Metro and build a broadwell tarball. (I already tried to use haswell tarball, same problem "Illegal Instruction"). Once my broadwell tarball was ready I decided to use that one. I am getting the same error on that one too ("Illegal Instruction"). Did my Metro built tarball came out wrong? Please help. Additional information: file ./bin/bash ./bin/bash: ELF 64-bit LSB
  6. I'm installing Funtoo with the install handbook from the site. i have done this before and no problems. But now when i want to install the debian sources, it failes with error "Build requirements not met!" I did the --info command, but it does not give me info i can use or understand the problem. Kernel version is 4.5.2
  7. Hello, I didn't really know where to post this question, since I've been using Funtoo for awhile, thus not an install question...and I'm unsure if this is a "desktop" question. I use funtoo on my personal laptop and would like to setup networking a little more robustly. I've read the Networking page (and after hours upon hours of confusion, realized exactly how different Funtoo is from Gentoo just by trying to set up a static ip) and IMHO the wiki page is a little lite on the topic of stacked runlevels and examples of use. It doesn't help that I know very little about networking, and
  8. Emerge won't install xorg-x11, or any other package. ms77 ~ # cat /var/tmp/portage/dev-util/gperf-3.0.4/work/gperf-3.0.4/config.log This file contains any messages produced by compilers while running configure, to aid debugging if configure makes a mistake. It was created by configure, which was generated by GNU Autoconf 2.61. Invocation command line was $ ./configure --prefix=/usr --build=x86_64-pc-linux-gnu --host=x86_64-pc-linux-gnu --mandir=/usr/share/man --infodir=/usr/share/info --datadir=/usr/share --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var/lib --libdir=/usr/lib64 --htmldir=$(dataro
  9. I tried installing funtoo from ubuntu and when it came time to chroot ubuntu would not recognize this command: env -i HOME=/root TERM=$TERM chroot . bash -l When I ran the previous command it echoed: env: chroot: No such file or directory And if I ran only the chroot portion of it it said something about illegal instruction and a core dumped. I thought maybe the problem was my stage tarball: intel64-sandybridge subarch, my processor is a Intel? PentiumĀ® CPU G630 @ 2.70GHz ? 2 I think that was the right one. I'm completely lost as to what the problem is. I will try the install a
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