When I was installing Gentoo the first few times, I had the feeling that the procedure could be wrapped up in a script. If the procedure is simplified and automated, then you will inevitability suffer a limitation of possibilities.
Gentoo tries hard to avoid the least common denominator effect by making you do everything explicitly.
Removing this file broke some dev-util/pkgconfig dependencies - at least for x11-libs/cairo and all packages dependent on it, like x11-libs/gtk .
This result in broken detection of installed GTK version while compiling any other packages - their ./configure scripts try to run pkgconfig but got this error instead of GTK version number: # pkg-config --modversion gtk -2.0 Package libpng12 was not found in the pkg-config search path.
#Set-up ####Introduction Pentoo Linux can be used as an overlay bringing a full set of tools and settings to an existing stable Gentoo setup.
####Adding the overlay #####Update the portage to the latest version ln -s /var/lib/layman/pentoo/profiles/pentoo/base/package.accept_keywords/net-analyzer /etc/portage/package.keywords ln -s /var/lib/layman/pentoo/profiles/pentoo/base/package.use/dev-ruby /etc/portage/#####Adjusting settings To merge the overlay with your current setup smoother, additional changes can be made in a usual Gentoo way by modifying files in the /etc/portage directory.
After upgrading x11-base/xorg-server from 1.7.7-r1 to 1.9.2 keyboard and mouse stop working.
That happens because new x11-base/xorg-server doesn't support USE-flag "-hal" anymore, and try to use HAL and "evdev" driver instead of kbd/mouse drivers defined in
When switching from the Linode kernel to the Cent OS or Fedora kernel, SELinux must run a relabeling of the filesystem to boot.
Systemd will then reboot the Linode and if you have Lassie enabled, you’ll be back at the login prompt shortly.
As of February, 2017, you can boot your Linode using your choice of Linode’s own kernel or the upstream kernel provided by a distribution’s maintainers.