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I figured it out myself, in the freetds configure parameters i was missing --with-openssl. Once I added that and reinstalled freetds everything worked fine.
I figured it out, actually, the easiest way was to simply modify the linuxrc script with exactly I wanted to do. In that case, I added support for both aufs and overlayfs, but have opted for overlayfs since it doesn't require a special kernel patchset which would be convenient if I want to use this method / approach on other distributions. I modified my ...
I found my Issue. Somehow, I created a shortcut, and 2 copies. I removed the shortcut, and both copies. Issue is fixed.
Try: emerge --fetchonly x11-drivers/xf86-video-nouveau The file should be in /usr/portage/distfiles/ Ref.: Gentoo Handbook
The culprit turned out to be USB 3.0! I was able to boot from the Gentoo CD by temporarily disabling USB 3.0 in my BIOS: Reboot the laptop and hit Enter to interrupt the boot process Hit F1 to enter setup Go to the Config tab and select USB Go to "USB 3.0 Mode", hit Enter, and select "Disabled" Hit F10 to save and exit When the laptop reboots, hit Enter to ...
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