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long caching in Firefox and all browsers a long time to load pages I think it is because of the conflict dhclient dhcpcd as network Manager,but I'm not sure.

rc-status
Runlevel: default
 NetworkManager                                                    [  started  ]
 netmount                                                          [  started  ]
 consolekit                                                        [  started  ]
 postfix                                                           [  started  ]
 sshd                                                              [  started  ]
 local                                                             [  started  ]
Dynamic Runlevel: hotplugged
Dynamic Runlevel: needed
 lvmetad                                                           [  started  ]
 dbus                                                              [  started  ]
Dynamic Runlevel: manual

/etc/rc.conf

# Global OpenRC configuration settings

# Set to "YES" if you want the rc system to try and start services
# in parallel for a slight speed improvement. When running in parallel we
# prefix the service output with its name as the output will get
# jumbled up.
# WARNING: whilst we have improved parallel, it can still potentially lock
# the boot process. Don't file bugs about this unless you can supply
# patches that fix it without breaking other things!
#rc_parallel="NO"

# Set rc_interactive to "YES" and you'll be able to press the I key during
# boot so you can choose to start specific services. Set to "NO" to disable
# this feature. This feature is automatically disabled if rc_parallel is
# set to YES.
#rc_interactive="YES"

# If we need to drop to a shell, you can specify it here.
# If not specified we use $SHELL, otherwise the one specified in /etc/passwd,
# otherwise /bin/sh
# Linux users could specify /sbin/sulogin
rc_shell=/sbin/sulogin

# Do we allow any started service in the runlevel to satisfy the dependency
# or do we want all of them regardless of state? For example, if net.eth0
# and net.eth1 are in the default runlevel then with rc_depend_strict="NO"
# both will be started, but services that depend on 'net' will work if either
# one comes up. With rc_depend_strict="YES" we would require them both to
# come up.
#rc_depend_strict="YES"

# rc_hotplug is a list of services that we allow to be hotplugged.
# By default we do not allow hotplugging.
# A hotplugged service is one started by a dynamic dev manager when a matching
# hardware device is found.
# This service is intrinsically included in the boot runlevel.
# To disable services, prefix with a !
# Example - rc_hotplug="net.wlan !net.*"
# This allows net.wlan and any service not matching net.* to be plugged.
# Example - rc_hotplug="*"
# This allows all services to be hotplugged
#rc_hotplug="*"

# rc_logger launches a logging daemon to log the entire rc process to
# /var/log/rc.log
# NOTE: Linux systems require the devfs service to be started before
# logging can take place and as such cannot log the sysinit runlevel.
#rc_logger="YES"

# Through rc_log_path you can specify a custom log file.
# The default value is: /var/log/rc.log
#rc_log_path="/var/log/rc.log"

# If you want verbose output for OpenRC, set this to yes. If you want
# verbose output for service foo only, set it to yes in /etc/conf.d/foo.
#rc_verbose=no

# By default we filter the environment for our running scripts. To allow other
# variables through, add them here. Use a * to allow all variables through.
#rc_env_allow="VAR1 VAR2"

# By default we assume that all daemons will start correctly.
# However, some do not - a classic example is that they fork and return 0 AND
# then child barfs on a configuration error. Or the daemon has a bug and the
# child crashes. You can set the number of milliseconds start-stop-daemon
# waits to check that the daemon is still running after starting here.
# The default is 0 - no checking.
#rc_start_wait=100

# rc_nostop is a list of services which will not stop when changing runlevels.
# This still allows the service itself to be stopped when called directly.
#rc_nostop=""

# rc will attempt to start crashed services by default.
# However, it will not stop them by default as that could bring down other
# critical services.
#rc_crashed_stop=NO
#rc_crashed_start=YES

# Set rc_nocolor to yes if you do not want colors displayed in OpenRC
# output.
#rc_nocolor=NO

##############################################################################
# MISC CONFIGURATION VARIABLES
# There variables are shared between many init scripts

# Set unicode to YES to turn on unicode support for keyboards and screens.
unicode="YES"

# This is how long fuser should wait for a remote server to respond. The
# default is 60 seconds, but  it can be adjusted here.
#rc_fuser_timeout=60

# Below is the default list of network fstypes.
#
# afs ceph cifs coda davfs fuse fuse.sshfs gfs glusterfs lustre ncpfs
# nfs nfs4 ocfs2 shfs smbfs
#
# If you would like to add to this list, you can do so by adding your
# own fstypes to the following variable.
#extra_net_fs_list=""

##############################################################################
# SERVICE CONFIGURATION VARIABLES
# These variables are documented here, but should be configured in
# /etc/conf.d/foo for service foo and NOT enabled here unless you
# really want them to work on a global basis.
# If your service has characters in its name which are not legal in
# shell variable names and you configure the variables for it in this
# file, those characters should be replaced with underscores in the
# variable names as shown below.

# Some daemons are started and stopped via start-stop-daemon.
# We can set some things on a per service basis, like the nicelevel.
#SSD_NICELEVEL="-19"

# Pass ulimit parameters
# If you are using bash in POSIX mode for your shell, note that the
# ulimit command uses a block size of 512 bytes for the -c and -f
# options
#rc_ulimit="-u 30"

# It's possible to define extra dependencies for services like so
#rc_config="/etc/foo"
#rc_need="openvpn"
#rc_use="net.eth0"
#rc_after="clock"
#rc_before="local"
#rc_provide="!net"

# You can also enable the above commands here for each service. Below is an
# example for service foo.
#rc_foo_config="/etc/foo"
#rc_foo_need="openvpn"
#rc_foo_after="clock"

# Below is an example for service foo-bar. Note that the '-' is illegal
# in a shell variable name, so we convert it to an underscore.
# example for service foo-bar.
#rc_foo_bar_config="/etc/foo-bar"
#rc_foo_bar_need="openvpn"
#rc_foo_bar_after="clock"

# You can also remove dependencies.
# This is mainly used for saying which servies do NOT provide net.
#rc_net_tap0_provide="!net"

##############################################################################
# LINUX SPECIFIC OPTIONS

# This is the subsystem type. Valid options on Linux:
# ""               - nothing special
# "lxc"            - Linux Containers
# "openvz"         - Linux OpenVZ
# "prefix"         - Prefix
# "uml"            - Usermode Linux
# "vserver"        - Linux vserver
# "systemd-nspawn" - Container created by the systemd-nspawn utility
# "xen0"           - Xen0 Domain
# "xenU"           - XenU Domain
# If this is commented out, automatic detection will be used.
#
# This should be set to the value representing the environment this file is
# PRESENTLY in, not the virtualization the environment is capable of.
#rc_sys=""

# This is the number of tty's used in most of the rc-scripts (like
# consolefont, numlock, etc ...)
rc_tty_number=12

##############################################################################
# CGROUPS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

# If you have cgroups turned on in your kernel, this switch controls
# whether or not a group for each controller is mounted under
# /sys/fs/cgroup.
# None of the other options in this section work if this is set to "NO".
#rc_controller_cgroups="YES"

# The following settings allow you to set up values for the cgroup
# controllers for your services.
# They can be set in this file;, however, if you do this, the settings
# will apply to all of your services.
# If you want different settings for each service, place the settings in
# /etc/conf.d/foo for service foo.
# The format is to specify the names of the settings followed by their
# values. Each variable can hold multiple settings.
# For example, you would use this to set the cpu.shares setting in the
# cpu controller to 512 for your service.
# rc_cgroup_cpu="
# cpu.shares 512
# "
#
#For more information about the adjustments that can be made with
#cgroups, see Documentation/cgroups/* in the linux kernel source tree.

# Set the blkio controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_blkio=""

# Set the cpu controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_cpu=""

# Add this service to the cpuacct controller (any value means yes).
#rc_cgroup_cpuacct=""

# Set the cpuset controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_cpuset=""

# Set the devices controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_devices=""

# Set the hugetlb controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_hugetlb=""

# Set the memory controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_memory=""

# Set the net_cls controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_net_cls=""

# Set the net_prio controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_net_prio=""

# Set the pids controller settings for this service.
#rc_cgroup_pids=""

# Set this to YES if yu want all of the processes in a service's cgroup
# killed when the service is stopped or restarted.
# This should not be set globally because it kills all of the service's
# child processes, and most of the time this is undesirable. Please set
# it in /etc/conf.d/<service>.
# To perform this cleanup manually for a stopped service, you can
# execute cgroup_cleanup with /etc/init.d/<service> cgroup_cleanup or
# rc-service <service> cgroup_cleanup.
# rc_cgroup_cleanup="NO"

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