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Made with love by Jorge Pizarro Callejas, a.k.a. Jorgicio.
First, install Layman from the official Portage tree. Must use the use-flag USE="git" at the moment of installation.
Then, in the section "overlays" in the /etc/layman/layman.cfg, add the following URL:
That's not needed anymore!!! Now this overlay is added to the official list. Check it here.
And then, run the following command:
layman -f -a jorgicio
And you're done.
If you want to refresh the overlay (and all another overlays), just type:
That's all, folks!
Eselect-repository is a new Eselect module intended to manage repositories. It superseed the need for Layman to list, configure, and handle synchronizations of alternate repositories (except some ones like mercurial, bazaar, and g-sorcery). It can handle the repos list in /etc/portage/repos.conf
First, install the
eselect-repository package from Portage:
Then, enable the repo:
eselect repository enable jorgicio
After that, use
emaint (already included in Portage) to sync the repo and its files:
emaint sync -r jorgicio
Now you're ready to use this repo. More information about this method, you can find it in the link above.
All pull requests are welcomed to this repo, but if you do it, please use the Gentoo Git Commit Message Format. Thank you!
If you don't have a Github account, you can email me but ONLY with the tag [Gentoo Overlay] (as you can see it, with brackets and respecting capital letters). Any mail sent without that, can't be read, because is too annoying searching emails when one has a lot of them. With that tag, I can filter it easily, so I can read those emails.
Thanks in advance.
If you have any issue related with mmx at compilation time, you should add this to your
For some strange reason, despite being added in the package.use.mask file, it's still active, so you should disable it manually in the meantime.
As you may notice, there are lots of packages here, so any help (PRs, adopting some of this packages, etc.) are welcome.