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  1. The approach to installing steam as described here: https://www.funtoo.org/Steam is very clever. However, it doesn't describe how it applies to Optimus laptops. Or am I missing something? Can the guide for Steam be used for gaming (Optimus) laptops? Sorry, but I'm just a mere mortal trying to figure out how I can use my gaming laptop given that Funtoo is now fully 64-bit. Other things in mind: Lutris, Wine, DXVK, Vulkan, Steam proton.
  2. I have a laptop workstation which I want to put Funtoo on. I am back at the planning stage (after not getting very far without planning). The SSD is partitioned as I want to enable hibernation. However, power management (and WiFi network discovery, although I haven’t got that far yet) appear to be the big issues. One thing I’d like if possible and circumstances allow, would be to kick off emerge, then close lid and after emerge finishes regular closed lid power management takes over :) as that would be nice. Please advise me on best practices? I am even willing to try systemd (please don’t get hung up on the mention of systemd, it’s just a tool that does a... many jobs). Btw, I have deliberately left out my mistakes to avoid confusion. — Stephen.
  3. Hi all, I'm finally making my way back to Linux after a number of years lured away by OSX. I was an avid Gentoo user and I just successfully installed Funtoo on a new X1 Carbon. It was very easy and very friendly. Kudos on the documentation and the hard work to get the distribution there! I haven't found any documentation related to putting the computer to sleep / hibernation.. And this is a laptop, so I'm going to want it to sleep when I close the lid. What does the Funtoo world recommend using for this?
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