Gentoo is obsolete garbage in 2018 even fucking arch (still shit) has proper...

Gabriel Cooper
Gabriel Cooper

tfw your shitty meme distro doen't even have automatic dependency resolution

gentoo is obsolete garbage in 2018

compiling takes too long on older systems
with newer systems the optimization speed in undetectable

even fucking arch (still shit) has proper dependency resolution. the only meme distro even worth considering is void but package manager is a gimmick more than anything else

pic related, slackware's "package management" is so fucking horrific some people don't even consider it an actual package manager

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Ayden Moore
Ayden Moore

lol just replace emerge with snap and your good to go :>)

Lincoln Price
Lincoln Price

i'd expect a gentoo user to at least know how to use proper grammar

and at that point why use gentoo over a proper fully-featured distro like fedora, opensuse or ubuntu?

Jaxon Carter
Jaxon Carter

memes

Aaron Cox
Aaron Cox

yea you cant do anything on gentoo

Ryder Diaz
Ryder Diaz

You can choose to make it full-featured or highly specialized, it's your choice.
That's one of the main draws.
Of course there are other advantages but I digress.

Jack Morris
Jack Morris

Yeah! Excellent grammar, btw ;^)

Jack Perez
Jack Perez

FreeBSD > Gentoo. Slackware is pretty good though.

Liam Martin
Liam Martin

bsd

Dylan Johnson
Dylan Johnson

I can hear the pitter-patter of *BSD license defense user's feet drawing near.

Bentley Rodriguez
Bentley Rodriguez

GuixSD or NixOS.

Michael Nelson
Michael Nelson

excelent taste. thank you for stating what was in all us sane user's minds.

Luke King
Luke King

Reminder that Clear Linux is Gentoo done (((right)))

Chase Scott
Chase Scott

This 3 distros are systemD pulseaudio trash. And they are not fully-featured because you cannot choose package version.
Gentoo is not about compiling it's about choise of package version you arch virgin.

Daniel Rivera
Daniel Rivera

"(still shit)

are you fucking blind?
systemd hate is a meme, systemd is much better than sysv or openrc, both are built upon old and crusty code, only runit and systemd are good init systems nowadays.

Daniel Davis
Daniel Davis

pic related, slackware's "package management" is so fucking horrific some people don't even consider it an actual package manager
Are you a nigger, or something?

Well, I wouldn't be surprised.
hey these plastic bottles don't have automatic removal, like the sticks and mud I am accustomed to
I want my garbage to be removed automatically because my people are so backwards and subhuman that now our entire rivers are full of plastic waste

hey these languages don't have automatic garbage collection
I want my garbage to be removed automatically because my people are so backwards and subhuman that now the entire memory is full of dangling pointers and otherwise non reclaimable memory

You ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''people"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""" sure are a something.

Luis Bailey
Luis Bailey

Why do distros even have different package managers? Is there really still no package manager that would satisfy every autist that they feel the need to make more of them?

Ayden Gomez
Ayden Gomez

gentoo is its own purpose.

Eli Jones
Eli Jones

comparing sysvinit with systemd/openrc
Retards who don't know the difference between /sbin/init and process supervision shouldn't open their hole.

Charles Sanchez
Charles Sanchez

tfw your shitty meme distro doen't even have automatic dependency resolution
What the fuck are you talking about?
gentoo is obsolete garbage in 2018
Yes, this is why it still has a huge developer and user community behind it. Truly obsolete and dead.
compiling takes too long on older systems
Then don't fucking use current packages on old systems. The current build systems and programs are not 10 years ago's programs and build systems, everything is bloated as fuck now. Either use Slackware 3.1 on your Pentium II or fuck off.
with newer systems the optimization speed in undetectable
Nobody is using Gentoo for the 1% performance you fucking faggot. You fags are the ones who spouted that bullshit meme.
even fucking arch (still shit) has proper dependency resolution. the only meme distro even worth considering is void but package manager is a gimmick more than anything else
You still haven't defined what "proper dependency resolution" is.
pic related, slackware's "package management" is so fucking horrific some people don't even consider it an actual package manager
It's fine if you don't like shit, but stop trying to project your issues with the software as general issues with the software.

Xavier Brooks
Xavier Brooks

systemd is much better than sysv or openrc,
I'm now convinced that you are paid by Redhat. Fuck off back to where you came from.
both are built upon old and crusty code,
sysvinit _maybe_, but openrc is fairly modern. Show me openrc code that's supposed to be crusty.
only runit and systemd are good init systems nowadays.
projecting this hard

Jonathan White
Jonathan White

Look into Alpine Linux.
Thank me later.

Ethan Ross
Ethan Ross

4chah meme software with precompiled backdoored binary blobs.
I'll stick to my deblobed Gentoo thanks.

Jordan Scott
Jordan Scott

There's no precompiled backdoored binary blobs if you use CloverOS Libre.

cloveros.ga/s/CloverOS_Libre-x86_64-20180202.iso

Christian Fisher
Christian Fisher

i'd like to resolve op's dependency on air

Gabriel Sullivan
Gabriel Sullivan

I've already set up my gentoo box so what's the difference?
Besides I've complied it with hardened use and Cflags.

Caleb Gray
Caleb Gray

12 mb jpg
what an work of autism

Thomas Turner
Thomas Turner

tfw gentoo distro doen't even have automatic dependency resolution
but it literally does.... /thread

Adam Russell
Adam Russell

you don't know what dependency resolution is? proves all of the users of these shit operating systems are elitist fa/g/gots

Oliver Jenkins
Oliver Jenkins

(You) seem to be the one who doesn't know, as Gentoo does have automatic dependency resolution

Jackson Robinson
Jackson Robinson

Gentoo's niche should be extreme security, portability, and ease of forking/spinoff. How am I to spin off the portage tree by snapshotting it and (say) permitting only GLSA-fixing updates? Say a set of Gentoo-to-custom-distro management tools.

Also it needs a Gentoo/Illumos port more badly than Gentoo/kFreeBSD. Illumos > FreeBSD with Zones, ZFS, etc.

Juan Morales
Juan Morales

No this is a work of autism...

James Wood
James Wood

cuck license

Lucas Richardson
Lucas Richardson

Because in the very deep of our brains, we all know the only shit that matters between distros its the command to install a package, so if you wanna do your "own" distro without anybody saying "it's X-based distro" or "it's X clone" you would need to justify your distro by developing your own package manager, unless you wanna go full Canonical and have your distro be known as the "bad"/"bloated" version of the original.

Benjamin Sanchez
Benjamin Sanchez

It's a Gentoo image that has PORTAGE_BINHOST="cloveros.ga" in the /etc/portage/make.conf and packages built with CFLAGS="-Ofast -mmmx -mssse3 -pipe -funroll-loops -flto=8 -floop-block -floop-interchange -floop-strip-mine -ftree-loop-distribution" Gentoo is hands down the best Linux distro and CloverOS only makes this perfection easier to achieve.

Levi Nelson
Levi Nelson

When you install firefox on a base system, it transitively brings in about 700 dependencies. They are resolved.
Or do you mean some other bullshit like automatically detecting what dependencies a folder of source code needs (leading to mismatched deps and runtime crashes)?

gentoo doesn't have "extreme security", it has marginal security, which is still better than something like Arch or Ubuntu which are just turds.

Ian Smith
Ian Smith

(OP)

compiling takes too long on older systems

what is distcc?

even fucking arch (still shit) has proper dependency resolution

What's wrong with emerge's dependency resolution? Also, AUR packages don't have any kind of dependency resolution whereas overlays do have.

also, void has pretty comfy package manager.

Gentoo simply has a lot more freedom and it's more flexible. You can optimize and customize your packages. Gentoo is faster than Fedora/OpenSUSE/Ubuntu and ubuntu breaks when you do release-upgrade.

But FreeBSD has bad hardware support (when compared to loonix) and I can't trust them after their website got hacked some years ago.

kek, are you implying that monolithic and complex steaming pile of shit that is made by Lenntard Poopertering is better than OpenRC or even ancient system V init? System V init is old but at least its developers don't do the WONTFIX bs. System V init has modern replacements, that are sane, unlike SystemDick. And even if SystemD and System V init were the only options, then System V init would be the saner option.

Colton Green
Colton Green

Been using gentoo with openrc for about two years now. I fucking love it. It helps that I have an 8 core processor. I tried compiling it on an older netbook once and it took several days.

Carson Collins
Carson Collins

What's wrong with emerge's dependency resolution?
He's probably talking about Slackware. The only way I could imagine him claiming Portage being bad at dependency resolution is if he were just throwing out false accusations to be inflammatory. Everyone knows that Portage is one of the stronger package managers in the Ganoo/Linux world.

Adam Stewart
Adam Stewart

you forgot to tag your
cuckchan retardation containment thread
op

Oliver Evans
Oliver Evans

how do i emerge shitloads of things at once so when I wake up my frehsly installed gentoo has all my usual software?

Robert Baker
Robert Baker

Do whatever the manual says, then read this entire page and set each variable as needed:
wiki.gentoo.org/wiki//etc/portage/make.conf

Particularly:
MAKEOPTS="-j32 -l32"
EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS="--jobs=32 --load-average=32 --keep-going"

I'm sure there are more tricks, but this is what I use. Stuff always fails for me and requires masking and whatnot. There is also the jumbo file trick, on the forum, for emerging chromium faster on shitty PCs.

William Carter
William Carter

Oh, if you're wondering, emerge takes a list of atoms, not a single atom. Everything is lists or recursing folders of files. I'm sure you can use a file input somehow, too.

I believe you can also add atoms to the world favorites file, then 'emerge -uDNa @world'. I think I've replaced world and edited it manually, like a bad person. There's also a fetch only option if you only want to download packages. There must be a way to more aggressively fetch packages because it takes forever fetching when the particular job comes up.