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I wrote a small python script that takes care of this problem. The logic looks at each line in the file package.accept_keywords and only acts on lines that start with = or <=. These lines have a maximum bound version so we can check if they are needed anymore. Lines without a qualifier or a >= are left as-is as we cannot know if they are obsolete. ...
I trayed Gentoo with gcc-4.9.0. It works very good. It has compiled only cairo and firefox with gcc-4.8.3. My flags march=ivybridge -O2(3) -mfpmath=sse -mavx -mmmx -pipe. Sometimes I used -ffast-math -ftree-vectorize -funroll-loop (scientific). Some packages compile only with ~amd64.
Start with eix -tT. Install app-portage/eix to get that.
After fiddling with the kernel's USB / HID settings, I finally got it working. I don't know /why/ it works, but for now I'm picking my battles. I'm attaching a diff between the non-working config, and the working one in the hopes that it might help some lost soul in the future (more likely to be myself after I forget what the solution was :P). The < ...
FWIW, this is what worked on my environment (rhel5.x) using zsh's default. bindkey "^[[1;5C" forward-word bindkey "^[[1;5D" backward-word
I don't remember if EFI GRUB2 uses LoadImage() (most likely it does by now as the RestrictedBoot story has basically boiled down to "your last-mile bootloader has to or shim will blow it up") -- it will take EFI drivers (like those available with refind) if that's the case; GRUB-specific filesystem drivers are not available to EFI firmware. Your ...
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