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  1. Some few days ago I knew about CloverOS that's basically Gentoo with more packages installed by default, with custom config files and also highly optimized with a bunch of flags to compile programs by the most optimized way. This caught my attention so I checked their packages and I saw that the CloverOS guys disable some flags that may break some specific packages, which is nice! Also some few days ago I knew about GentooLTO, that's an overlay for optimizing the compilation of packages. I like to try new things, so I tried GentooLTO with Funtoo on virtualbox but I got a bad news that GentooLTO doesn't work properly on Funtoo. With those discoveries about the Gentoo world, I got myself thinking about if Funtoo had a stage3 with the suckless philosophy, minimal (this is, no custom config files and without a lot of packages installed by default, unlike CloverOS do, unfortunately; only the core as Funtoo's stage3 do), without "bloat" or "bad" (or maybe unnecessary) packages (as CloverOS do by not using systemd, pulseaudio, dbus, avahi and nls), with LibreSSL instead OpenSSL (and also with musl instead glibc if possible), and configured to compile programs to be the most optimized as possible. Well, I'm a young man, I started using Linux about 5 months ago (and I started using Funtoo about 4 months ago) so I have no much experience to do all things I want on my Funtoo system. So I would like (and I think that many other people also would do) if someone that also liked theses ideas make a stage3 with theses "features". This is only an idea to try to make Funtoo more "cozy" to different kinds of people, I hope you guys liked it.
  2. I use Funtoo for browsing the web. I compiled all my world with CFLAGS -O2. I changed it to -O3 to try how it will work. I typed world update # cat /etc/portage/make.conf MAKEOPTS="-j5" LINGUAS="en_US ru_RU" L10N="en-US ru-RU" CFLAGS="-march=native -O3 -pipe" CXXFLAGS="${CFLAGS}" CPU_FLAGS_X86="mmx mmxext popcnt sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3" VIDEO_CARDS="intel" USE="alsa bmp dbus djvu core-kit flv gif introspection jpeg mp3 networkamagern png udev policykit rar tiff X zlib -gnome -gtk -gtk2 -gtk3 -kde -minimal -qt3 -qt4 -qt5 -wicd" # emerge -e world It started to compile 1038 packages and it had finished 600 of them when I reboot. Now I want it continues to compile the rest. How to do it? How to compile packages that were compiled with -O2 flag instead of current -O3 as file /etc/portage/make.conf is containing now?
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