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Sabayon is based in systemd. To start the service you have to do systemctl start mysqld. The reference to MySQL manual is systemctl_Mysql
Well, it was indeed the part I didn't look forward to. Having updated all modules, there was only one place they hadn't been updated yet. As soon as I updated the initrd-file she booted fine. So the process would be: (Optional) Snapshot root-filesystem. Emerge ZFS updates. If you use an initramfs, update/rebuild it to get the new modules in. Reload the ...
You should set yout GPG_TTY variable for it to work, as in this document: GPG_TTY=$(tty) export GPG_TTY Those two lines are supposed to be in your .bashrc (assuming bash), so they're run every time you open new terminal session. There's another solution, though: in bash you can run your pv and pretend it's a file, using process substitution: gpg -o ...
I thought systemd-networkd is only something to create interfaces on boot but it looks like something much more. It have its own routing solution and it shouldn't be used with NetworkManager which I need for managing my wireless networks. Systemd-networkd is designed for servers or computers statically connected to network. Now I decided not using ...
Your filter table is missing a some important lines in FORWARD. -A FORWARD -i wlp3s0 -o br0 -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT -A FORWARD -i br0 -o wlp3s0 -j ACCEPT Just because you have a bridge and IP forwarding turned on in the kernel, doesn't mean the traffic is just going to magically move around and get NAT'd. iptables needs to know how ...
So here's how I solved this. Had to run /lib/systemd/systemd-udevd to regain my /dev/fd (even though the system is openrc, not systemd) Downgraded to openrc-0.18.4 (was running 0.20 which I emerged yesterday) emerge -uDav @world reboot Seems like openrc-0.20 disagrees with me :)
I would boot into single user mode (init=/bin/bash) and run revdep-rebuild, dispatch-conf and make sure your openrc configuration file is sane.
What you are looking for might be qfile. It is part of app-portage/portage-utils package and provides option -o or --orphans. You can use something like find /usr/bin | qfile -o -f - to get a list of orphaned files in /usr/bin. BTW, this is not something I myself came up with, but I found it at gossamer-threads, a comment by yvasilev.
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