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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


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 :)


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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.


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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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