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Problem with Gentoo->Funtoo switching, please HELP!

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Trying to follow site's instructions

   http://www.funtoo.org/Convert_one_Gentoo_installation_to_Funtoo

how to switch from Gentoo installation into Funtoo.

 

The issues encounterred so far:

 

A.) gcc

...
libtool: link: (cd ".libs" && rm -f "libgfortran.so.3" && ln -s "libgfortran.so.3.0.0" "libgfortran.so.3")

libtool: link: (cd ".libs" && rm -f "libgfortran.so" && ln -s "libgfortran.so.3.0.0" "libgfortran.so")

libtool: link: /usr/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu/bin/ar rc .libs/libgfortran.a  bounds.o compile_options.o memory.o string.o select.o backtrace.o convert_char.o e

nviron.o error.o fpu.o main.o pause.o stop.o all_l1.o all_l2.o all_l4.o all_l8.o all_l16.o any_l1.o any_l2.o any_l4.o any_l8.o any_l16.o count_1_l.o coun

t_2_l.o count_4_l.o count_8_l.o count_16_l.o maxloc0_4_i1.o maxloc0_8_i1.o maxloc0_16_i1.o maxloc0_4_i2.o maxloc0_8_i2.o maxloc0_16_i2.o maxloc0_4_i4.o m

axloc0_8_i4.o maxloc0_16_i4.o maxloc0_4_i8.o maxloc0_8_i8.o maxloc0_16_i8.o maxloc0_4_i16.o maxloc0_8_i16.o maxloc0_16_i16.o maxloc0_4_r4.o maxloc0_8_r4.

o maxloc0_16_r4.o maxloc0_4_r8.o maxloc0_8_r8.o maxloc0_16_r8.o maxloc0_4_r10.o maxloc0_8_r10.o maxloc0_16_r10.o maxloc0_4_r16.o maxloc0_8_r16.o maxloc0_

16_r16.o maxloc1_4_i1.o maxloc1_8_i1.o maxloc1_16_i1.o maxloc1_4_i2.o maxloc1_8_i2.o maxloc1_16_i2.o maxloc1_4_i4.o maxloc1_8_i4.o maxloc1_16_i4.o maxloc

1_4_i8.o maxloc1_8_i8.o maxloc1_16_i8.o maxloc1_4_i16.o maxloc1_8_i16.o maxloc1_16_i16.o maxloc1_4_r4.o maxloc1_8_r4.o maxloc1_16_r4.o maxloc1_4_r8.o max

loc1_8_r8.o maxloc1_16_r8.o maxloc1_4_r10.o maxloc1_8_r10.o maxloc1_16_r10.o maxloc1_4_r16.o maxloc1_8_r16.o maxloc1_16_r16.o maxval_i1.o maxval_i2.o max

val_i4.o maxval_i8.o maxval_i16.o maxval_r4.o maxval_r8.o maxval_r10.o maxval_r16.o minloc0_4_i1.o minloc0_8_i1.o minloc0_16_i1.o minloc0_4_i2.o minloc0_

8_i2.o minloc0_16_i2.o minloc0_4_i4.o minloc0_8_i4.o minloc0_16_i4.o minloc0_4_i8.o minloc0_8_i8.o minloc0_16_i8.o minloc0_4_i16.o minloc0_8_i16.o minloc

0_16_i16.o minloc0_4_r4.o minloc0_8_r4.o minloc0_16_r4.o minloc0_4_r8.o minloc0_8_r8.o minloc0_16_r8.o minloc0_4_r10.o minloc0_8_r10.o minloc0_16_r10.o m

inloc0_4_r16.o minloc0_8_r16.o minloc0_16_r16.o minloc1_4_i1.o minloc1_8_i1.o minloc1_16_i1.o minloc1_4_i2.o minloc1_8_i2.o minloc1_16_i2.o minloc1_4_i4.

o minloc1_8_i4.o minloc1_16_i4.o minloc1_4_i8.o minloc1_8_i8.o minloc1_16_i8.o minloc1_4_i16.o minloc1_8_i16.o minloc1_16_i16.o minloc1_4_r4.o minloc1_8_

r4.o minloc1_16_r4.o minloc1_4_r8.o minloc1_8_r8.o minloc1_16_r8.o minloc1_4_r10.o minloc1_8_r10.o minloc1_16_r10.o minloc1_4_r16.o minloc1_8_r16.o minlo

c1_16_r16.o minval_i1.o minval_i2.o minval_i4.o minval_i8.o minval_i16.o minval_r4.o minval_r8.o minval_r10.o minval_r16.o product_i1.o product_i2.o prod

uct_i4.o product_i8.o product_i16.o product_r4.o product_r8.o product_r10.o product_r16.o product_c4.o product_c8.o product_c10.o product_c16.o sum_i1.o

sum_i2.o sum_i4.o sum_i8.o sum_i16.o sum_r4.o sum_r8.o sum_r10.o sum_r16.o sum_c4.o sum_c8.o sum_c10.o sum_c16.o bessel_r4.o bessel_r8.o bessel_r10.o bes

sel_r16.o iall_i1.o iall_i2.o iall_i4.o iall_i8.o iall_i16.o iany_i1.o iany_i2.o iany_i4.o iany_i8.o iany_i16.o iparity_i1.o iparity_i2.o iparity_i4.o ip

arity_i8.o iparity_i16.o norm2_r4.o norm2_r8.o norm2_r10.o norm2_r16.o parity_l1.o parity_l2.o parity_l4.o parity_l8.o parity_l16.o matmul_i1.o matmul_i2

.o matmul_i4.o matmul_i8.o matmul_i16.o matmul_r4.o matmul_r8.o matmul_r10.o matmul_r16.o matmul_c4.o matmul_c8.o matmul_c10.o matmul_c16.o matmul_l4.o m

atmul_l8.o matmul_l16.o transpose_i4.o transpose_i8.o transpose_i16.o transpose_r4.o transpose_r8.o transpose_r10.o transpose_r16.o transpose_c4.o transp

ose_c8.o transpose_c10.o transpose_c16.o shape_i4.o shape_i8.o shape_i16.o eoshift1_4.o eoshift1_8.o eoshift1_16.o eoshift3_4.o eoshift3_8.o eoshift3_16.

o cshift1_4.o cshift1_8.o cshift1_16.o reshape_i4.o reshape_i8.o reshape_i16.o reshape_r4.o reshape_r8.o reshape_r10.o reshape_r16.o reshape_c4.o reshape

_c8.o reshape_c10.o reshape_c16.o in_pack_i1.o in_pack_i2.o in_pack_i4.o in_pack_i8.o in_pack_i16.o in_pack_r4.o in_pack_r8.o in_pack_r10.o in_pack_r16.o

 in_pack_c4.o in_pack_c8.o in_pack_c10.o in_pack_c16.o in_unpack_i1.o in_unpack_i2.o in_unpack_i4.o in_unpack_i8.o in_unpack_i16.o in_unpack_r4.o in_unpa

ck_r8.o in_unpack_r10.o in_unpack_r16.o in_unpack_c4.o in_unpack_c8.o in_unpack_c10.o in_unpack_c16.o exponent_r4.o exponent_r8.o exponent_r10.o exponent

_r16.o fraction_r4.o fraction_r8.o fraction_r10.o fraction_r16.o nearest_r4.o nearest_r8.o nearest_r10.o nearest_r16.o set_exponent_r4.o set_exponent_r8.

o set_exponent_r10.o set_exponent_r16.o pow_i4_i4.o pow_i8_i4.o pow_i16_i4.o pow_r16_i4.o pow_c4_i4.o pow_c8_i4.o pow_c10_i4.o pow_c16_i4.o pow_i4_i8.o p

ow_i8_i8.o pow_i16_i8.o pow_r4_i8.o pow_r8_i8.o pow_r10_i8.o pow_r16_i8.o pow_c4_i8.o pow_c8_i8.o pow_c10_i8.o pow_c16_i8.o pow_i4_i16.o pow_i8_i16.o pow

_i16_i16.o pow_r4_i16.o pow_r8_i16.o pow_r10_i16.o pow_r16_i16.o pow_c4_i16.o pow_c8_i16.o pow_c10_i16.o pow_c16_i16.o rrspacing_r4.o rrspacing_r8.o rrsp

acing_r10.o rrspacing_r16.o spacing_r4.o spacing_r8.o spacing_r10.o spacing_r16.o pack_i1.o pack_i2.o pack_i4.o pack_i8.o pack_i16.o pack_r4.o pack_r8.o

pack_r10.o pack_r16.o pack_c4.o pack_c8.o pack_c10.o pack_c16.o unpack_i1.o unpack_i2.o unpack_i4.o unpack_i8.o unpack_i16.o unpack_r4.o unpack_r8.o unpa

ck_r10.o unpack_r16.o unpack_c4.o unpack_c8.o unpack_c10.o unpack_c16.o spread_i1.o spread_i2.o spread_i4.o spread_i8.o spread_i16.o spread_r4.o spread_r

8.o spread_r10.o spread_r16.o spread_c4.o spread_c8.o spread_c10.o spread_c16.o cshift0_i1.o cshift0_i2.o cshift0_i4.o cshift0_i8.o cshift0_i16.o cshift0

_r4.o cshift0_r8.o cshift0_r10.o cshift0_r16.o cshift0_c4.o cshift0_c8.o cshift0_c10.o cshift0_c16.o size_from_kind.o close.o file_pos.o format.o inquire

.o intrinsics.o list_read.o lock.o open.o read.o transfer.o transfer128.o unit.o unix.o write.o fbuf.o associated.o abort.o args.o bit_intrinsics.o cshif

t0.o eoshift0.o eoshift2.o erfc_scaled.o extends_type_of.o fnum.o ierrno.o ishftc.o iso_c_generated_procs.o iso_c_binding.o malloc.o mvbits.o move_alloc.

o pack_generic.o selected_char_kind.o size.o spread_generic.o string_intrinsics.o rand.o random.o reshape_generic.o reshape_packed.o selected_int_kind.o

selected_real_kind.o transpose_generic.o unpack_generic.o in_pack_generic.o in_unpack_generic.o access.o c99_functions.o chdir.o chmod.o clock.o cpu_time

.o ctime.o date_and_time.o dtime.o env.o etime.o execute_command_line.o exit.o gerror.o getcwd.o getlog.o getXid.o hostnm.o kill.o link.o perror.o signal

.o sleep.o system.o rename.o stat.o symlnk.o system_clock.o time.o umask.o unlink.o ieee_helper.o ieee_arithmetic.o ieee_exceptions.o ieee_features.o _ab

s_c4.o _abs_c8.o _abs_c10.o _abs_c16.o _abs_i4.o _abs_i8.o _abs_i16.o _abs_r4.o _abs_r8.o _abs_r10.o _abs_r16.o _aimag_c4.o _aimag_c8.o _aimag_c10.o _aim

ag_c16.o _exp_r4.o _exp_r8.o _exp_r10.o _exp_r16.o _exp_c4.o _exp_c8.o _exp_c10.o _exp_c16.o _log_r4.o _log_r8.o _log_r10.o _log_r16.o _log_c4.o _log_c8.

o _log_c10.o _log_c16.o _log10_r4.o _log10_r8.o _log10_r10.o _log10_r16.o _sqrt_r4.o _sqrt_r8.o _sqrt_r10.o _sqrt_r16.o _sqrt_c4.o _sqrt_c8.o _sqrt_c10.o

 _sqrt_c16.o _asin_r4.o _asin_r8.o _asin_r10.o _asin_r16.o _asinh_r4.o _asinh_r8.o _asinh_r10.o _asinh_r16.o _acos_r4.o _acos_r8.o _acos_r10.o _acos_r16.

o _acosh_r4.o _acosh_r8.o _acosh_r10.o _acosh_r16.o _atan_r4.o _atan_r8.o _atan_r10.o _atan_r16.o _atanh_r4.o _atanh_r8.o _atanh_r10.o _atanh_r16.o _sin_

r4.o _sin_r8.o _sin_r10.o _sin_r16.o _sin_c4.o _sin_c8.o _sin_c10.o _sin_c16.o _cos_r4.o _cos_r8.o _cos_r10.o _cos_r16.o _cos_c4.o _cos_c8.o _cos_c10.o _

cos_c16.o _tan_r4.o _tan_r8.o _tan_r10.o _tan_r16.o _sinh_r4.o _sinh_r8.o _sinh_r10.o _sinh_r16.o _cosh_r4.o _cosh_r8.o _cosh_r10.o _cosh_r16.o _tanh_r4.

o _tanh_r8.o _tanh_r10.o _tanh_r16.o _conjg_c4.o _conjg_c8.o _conjg_c10.o _conjg_c16.o _aint_r4.o _aint_r8.o _aint_r10.o _aint_r16.o _anint_r4.o _anint_r

8.o _anint_r10.o _anint_r16.o _sign_i4.o _sign_i8.o _sign_i16.o _sign_r4.o _sign_r8.o _sign_r10.o _sign_r16.o _dim_i4.o _dim_i8.o _dim_i16.o _dim_r4.o _d
8.o _anint_r10.o _anint_r16.o _sign_i4.o _sign_i8.o _sign_i16.o _sign_r4.o _sign_r8.o _sign_r10.o _sign_r16.o _dim_i4.o _dim_i8.o _dim_i16.o _dim_r4.o _d

im_r8.o _dim_r10.o _dim_r16.o _atan2_r4.o _atan2_r8.o _atan2_r10.o _atan2_r16.o _mod_i4.o _mod_i8.o _mod_i16.o _mod_r4.o _mod_r8.o _mod_r10.o _mod_r16.o

misc_specifics.o dprod_r8.o f2c_specifics.o

libtool: link: /usr/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu/bin/ranlib .libs/libgfortran.a

libtool: link: ( cd ".libs" && rm -f "libgfortran.la" && ln -s "../libgfortran.la" "libgfortran.la" )

make[3]: Leaving directory '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/work/objdir/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu/libgfortran'

make[2]: Leaving directory '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/work/objdir/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu/libgfortran'

make[1]: Leaving directory '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/work/objdir'

Makefile:22497: recipe for target 'bootstrap-lean' failed

make: *** [bootstrap-lean] Error 2

 .[31;01m*.[0m ERROR: sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1::gentoo failed (compile phase):

 .[31;01m*.[0m   emake failed

 .[31;01m*.[0m

 .[31;01m*.[0m If you need support, post the output of `emerge --info '=sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1::gentoo'`,

 .[31;01m*.[0m the complete build log and the output of `emerge -pqv '=sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1::gentoo'`.

 .[31;01m*.[0m The complete build log is located at '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/temp/build.log'.

 .[31;01m*.[0m The ebuild environment file is located at '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/temp/environment'.

 .[31;01m*.[0m Working directory: '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/work/objdir'

 .[31;01m*.[0m S: '/mnt/_var_tmp/_var/portage/sys-devel/gcc-5.3.0-r1/work/gcc-5.3.0'

B.) file collisions

Messages for package sys-apps/man-db-2.7.5: * This package will overwrite one or more files that may belong to other * packages (see list below). You can use a command such as `portageq * owners / <filename>` to identify the installed package that owns a * file. If portageq reports that only one package owns a file then do * NOT file a bug report. A bug report is only useful if it identifies at * least two or more packages that are known to install the same file(s). * If a collision occurs and you can not explain where the file came from * then you should simply ignore the collision since there is not enough * information to determine if a real problem exists. Please do NOT file * a bug report at http://bugs.gentoo.org unless you report exactly which * two packages install the same file(s). See * http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Knowledge_Base:Blockers for tips on how to * solve the problem. And once again, please do NOT file a bug report * unless you have completely understood the above message. * * Detected file collision(s): * *     /usr/share/man/pl/man8/catman.8.bz2 *     /usr/share/man/pl/man8/mandb.8.bz2 *     /usr/share/man/pl/man1/manpath.1.bz2

 *     /usr/share/man/pl/man1/zsoelim.1.bz2

 *     /usr/share/man/pl/man5/manpath.5.bz2

 *

 * Searching all installed packages for file collisions...

How to alleviatesuch issues: file coliisions and may previous version of gcc, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-4.9.3, serve to compile the next stages (until the library issue fix)?

 

After manually deleting the 'collided files' and continuing compile with gcc-4.9.3 gentoolkit compiled neatly, but

the another issue arrived:

 

bash: eix-sync: command not found

 

According to the site instructions at this point we can use both: emerge --sync or eix-sync,

is something going wrong?

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Gently, so I know you saw those directions are _not _ officially supported by Funtoo (it's right at the top of the doc with a big red word of Warning at the top). But I and many here are former Gentooians, so will try to help if I can.

You made a snapshot/backup of your Gentoo install before trying the Funtoo migration, right? ;)

 

Sorry, (way too) long time IT-guy - hadda ask ;)

 

Then,  'eix-sync' comes from the eix package - you need to emerge that first, then eix-sync can be run.

But just to clarify, realize the 'eix' package is not an absolute 'must' for a Funtoo installation - you can maintain a Funtoo system without it - but of course, most of us find it very useful for querying package details.

 

e.g. (as sudo/root, of course)

emerge -aq app-portage/eix

then try...

emerge --sync  (I suggest always making sure this command works first, before trying the eix-sync)

But once you sync with emerge, it's a little redundant to do it with eix, so maybe just do a eix-update at that point)

However, if you'd like the one-shot approach, then:

eix-sync (there are a decent number of options for this command, so a 'eix-sync --help' would prob be in order if you're not familiar with it)

Personally, I run:

 

'emerge --sync && eix-update' as a single command when I update portage.

Anyway, that would only solve your eix-sync command problem.

So, did this gcc rebuild error happen when you did the 'world' rebuild command down near the end of the directions(emerge -vauDN world)?

 

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@Oleg, however some nice people could help, the more it is interesting experience of such switching between os'es and helping better understand the nature of the systems.

 

As I can see you have already deleted the tutorial from funtoo.org. Please, take into consideration fact people like me would choose Funtoo distribution only exclusively because of such possibility like converting from Gentoo!

Pondered many distributions, e.g. NetBSD, FreeBSD, Sabayon and Funtoo won just because of the least pain with switching! ;)

@jmmc, thank you very much for your quick answer!
Yes, already my eix has been installed, and many more packages which exclusively came from Funtoo.
What do you mean by 'snapshot'? I've copied whole partitions with the system core content, I use multiboot configuration on my computer ;)
Yet haven't made the whole world update, so far tried something like:
emerge -vuDN system
emerge -vuDN firefox
and other specific packages...
Personally I think it is too much trouble doing world upgrade at once, want to do this gradually, starting from the most important packages/ebuilds.
The more, as stated before, some basic packages still cannot compile, for instance:
pyobject-3.16.2:3::gentoo
gcc
any kernel installs
First need understand what causes the issues, want to have core system running smoothly first, even without X, and only afterwards begin installing/ upgrading 'consumer' applications...
 

BTW, Have you managed successfully switch from Gentoo in fashion from the site's tutorial?

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Hi -

 

Re: backup/snapshot: only meant here if the Gentoo installation you were trying to 'convert' was backed up so you could return to that baseline if you wanted to retry the entire process....which...

now I see has been removed from the site. The link you have above does not seem to exist as of 20160519 1135 UTC.

Re: eix-sync. Ah, ok - well, if eix did install cleanly, then likely it would be a PATH issue with the user which is trying to run the command.

 

Re: World update 'all-at-once': most would probably agree. You might try to rebuild just the @system set first, reboot, then try the @world set next, etc.

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I've done already, many times, emerge system, however precisely:

 

emerge -vuDN system --exclude="gcc glibc"

 

as gcc can't compile and glibc is too heavy and time consuming
You think is it the problem? USE flags seem the same for the glibc (however wants downgrade):

Calculating dependencies... done!
[ebuild     UD ] sys-libs/glibc-2.21:2.2::gentoo [2.22-r4:2.2::gentoo] USE="-debug -gd (-hardened) (-multilib) -nscd -profile (-selinux) -suid -systemtap -vanilla" 0 KiB
[ebuild     U  ] sys-devel/gcc-4.9.3-r3:4.9.3::gentoo [4.9.3:4.9.3::gentoo] USE="cxx nls objc objc++ openmp -ada% (-altivec) -doc -fortran -go -graphite (-hardened) (-libssp) (-multilib) -multislot (-sanitize*) -vanilla (-awt%) (-cilk%) (-debug%) (-fixed-point%) (-gcj%) (-nopie%) (-nossp%) (-nptl%*) (-objc-gc%*) (-regression-test%)" 0 KiB
 
Please, review my epro settings, especially as it comes to 'arch', what pure64 means, does it stand for "no-multilib"?
y y # epro list

=== flavor: ===

    core, desktop, hardened, minimal, server, workstation*

=== build: ===

    current, experimental, (stable*)

=== arch: ===

    arm-32bit, (pure64*), x86-32bit, x86-64bit

=== subarch: ===

    amd64-bulldozer-pure64, amd64-jaguar-pure64, amd64-k10-pure64
    amd64-k8+sse3-pure64, amd64-k8-pure64, amd64-piledriver-pure64
    amd64-steamroller-pure64, atom_64-pure64, btver1_64-pure64
    core-avx-i-pure64, core2_64-pure64, corei7-pure64, generic_64-pure64
    intel64-broadwell-pure64, intel64-haswell-pure64, intel64-ivybridge-pure64
    intel64-nehalem-pure64, intel64-sandybridge-pure64, intel64-silvermont-pure64
    intel64-westmere-pure64, native_64-pure64*, nocona-pure64, opteron_64-pure64
    xen-pentium4+sse3_64-pure64

=== mix-ins: ===

    X*, audio*, cinnamon, console-extras*, dvd*, gnome, gnome-3.16-fixups
    hardened, kde, kde-plasma-5, lxde, lxqt, mate, media*, media-pro
    mediadevice-audio-consumer, mediadevice-audio-pro, mediadevice-base*
    mediadevice-video-consumer*, mediadevice-video-pro, mediaformat-audio-common*
    mediaformat-audio-extra, mediaformat-gfx-common, mediaformat-gfx-extra
    mediaformat-video-common*, mediaformat-video-extra, no-emul-linux-x86*
    no-systemd*, openvz-host, print, python3-only, vmware-guest
    xfce*

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Oleg: would it be possible to simply have an 'Unsupported' category under the 'HOWTO' listing and re-post the doc?

E.g.  'HOWTO -> U ->  'Unsupported' 

or

 

'Unsupported/Gentoo_to_Funtoo', with the implicit idea that the directions are unsupported and the expectation of assistance, even in the forums might be limited or non-existent.

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Re: ...'--exclude gcc glibc'...was going to my next suggestion.

 

Hm. Not sure I can get you much farther along, but out of curiosity and if not too much bother, could you post what you currently see when you do the following two commands: (?)

 

'equery list gcc'

 

and

 

'gcc-config --list-profiles'

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Just now it keeps compiling emerge -vuDN system (without --exclude), let us see what it turns out...

 

However, for now (while it's compiling) what are the results is following:

y y # equery list gcc
 * Searching for gcc ...
[IP-] [  ] sys-devel/gcc-4.8.5:4.8.5
[IP-] [  ] sys-devel/gcc-4.9.3:4.9.3
y y # gcc-config --list-profiles
 [1] x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-4.8.5
 [2] x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-4.9.3 *

And what does arch = pure64 stand for, precisely? If it means "no-multilibs" than note there's another epro settings:

 

mix-ins: ===
X, ..., no-emul-linux-x86*
, so don't they seems to overlap or duplicate?

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Re: 'pure64'. Can ref what I see in 'man epro': I do believe that is equivalent to a no-mulitlibs-type setup, from what I understand.

Q. what does:

epro show

display in your case?

 

I'm running a fairly default install, with debian-sources on (atm) a Dell Optiplex 960 unit. I actually never even set a subarch as yet in my env just as I haven't had the time this Spring to really optimize that box.

(apolog. for the 20 questions - trying to get a idea of how your env is currently set while I'm VNC'd into my Funtoo station trying to compare notes)

 

Glad the compile is (hopefully, still) running successfully.

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Voila :) :

 

 

y y # epro show

=== Enabled Profiles: ===

        arch: pure64
       build: stable
     subarch: native_64-pure64
      flavor: workstation
     mix-ins: X
     mix-ins: mediaformat-video-common
     mix-ins: xfce
     mix-ins: console-extras
     mix-ins: mediaformat-audio-common
     mix-ins: dvd
     mix-ins: mediadevice-base
     mix-ins: no-systemd
     mix-ins: audio
     mix-ins: media
     mix-ins: mediadevice-video-consumer
     mix-ins: no-emul-linux-x86


=== All inherited flavors from workstation flavor: ===

                            core (from workstation flavor)
                         minimal (from core flavor)

=== All inherited mix-ins from workstation flavor: ===

                               X (from workstation flavor)
                           audio (from workstation flavor)
                             dvd (from workstation flavor)
                           media (from workstation flavor)
      mediadevice-audio-consumer (from media mix-in)
                mediadevice-base (from mediadevice-audio-consumer mix-in)
      mediadevice-video-consumer (from media mix-in)
                mediadevice-base (from mediadevice-video-consumer mix-in)
        mediaformat-audio-common (from media mix-in)
          mediaformat-gfx-common (from media mix-in)
        mediaformat-video-common (from media mix-in)
                  console-extras (from workstation flavor)

=== All inherited mix-ins from media mix-in: ===

      mediadevice-audio-consumer (from media mix-in)
                mediadevice-base (from mediadevice-audio-consumer mix-in)
      mediadevice-video-consumer (from media mix-in)
                mediadevice-base (from mediadevice-video-consumer mix-in)
        mediaformat-audio-common (from media mix-in)
          mediaformat-gfx-common (from media mix-in)
        mediaformat-video-common (from media mix-in)

=== All inherited mix-ins from mediadevice-video-consumer mix-in: ===

                mediadevice-base (from mediadevice-video-consumer mix-in)

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