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I'm working through this same issue now. This happens because vfs is not a true union file system (like aufs), so every incremental image in the image you restore is restored to its full size. See this issue for more details: https://github.com/docker/docker/issues/14040
About CJK input without X. You must first enable the display of multi-byte characters on the console. Maybe it would be possible in fbterm. To I guess(I do not have the experience of Chinese input), Chinese input might be possible in the uim + uim-fep + uim-chewing. Alternatively, you can use the extension of the editor (emacs, vim).
I can answer part of my own question: Yes, one can start X from within the chroot'ed environment. I just found the following gentoo wiki page: http://www.gentoo-wiki.info/HOWTO_startx_in_a_chroot So now I know it's theoretically possible. So if I manage to run KDE from the chroot'ed system, I'd be able to test Chinese input further... Also, this answer ...
To transplant bash from your running Fedora, you'd need not only the bash executable, but also all the libraries it depends on. That's going to be fiddly and could conflict with the Gentoo files. Get a statically-linked shell, so you can just add a single binary to your chroot that will work on its own. I don't think that Fedora provides any; you can obtain ...
Fix First of all, never transplant/copy/link etc a live tool to the stage3 working area. As such, lets start over. First, I'm assuming /dev/sda3 is a blank partition. If not: Create /dev/sda3 using a tool like GParted. If you've already done Step 1, issue: mke2fs -j /dev/sda3 mkdir /mnt/gentoo && mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/gentoo cd /mnt/gentoo wget ...
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