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first mistake:

In order to install Funtoo Linux, you will first need to boot your computer using a Linux-based Live CD or USB stick

I tried to install from my working OS !!!

 

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Currently, our default /etc/fstab has the root filesystem as /dev/sda4 and the swap partition as /dev/sda3. These will need to be changed to /dev/sda3 and /dev/sda2, respectively.

little confusin at least to ME !

Do I need to touch /etc/fstab on funtoo install ??? ???

 

 

epitome >>> 

 

kernel panic on my rock solid LMDE(ruined of course)

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first mistake:

In order to install Funtoo Linux, you will first need to boot your computer using a Linux-based Live CD or USB stick

I tried to install from my working OS !!!

 

 

It shouldn't be an issue, unless you want to install Funtoo on the same disk, which would have failed miserably at step 2: Prepare you disks.

 

>  little confusin at least to ME !

> Do I need to touch /etc/fstab on funtoo install ??? ???

 

Yes, this depends on the partitions you created. If ever you don't need to edit it, you must at least make sure it matches your configuration.

 

You may succeed to chroot in the system and fix the issue using a live USB.

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