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The fix is either switch to start using HAL, evdev, …
and stop using xorg.conf, or add this line into , but neither 1.2.44 nor 1.4.3 provide that file, so it will be removed while upgrade.
For example, you can disable additional wireless drivers by adding a file to the /etc/portage/package.use/ directory with the following content: See the official Gentoo handbook for more details #Update To eliminate most of the question in IRC (#pentoo) and to start a good documentation process, here are the steps to bring your system up to date.
WARNING: The errors on your screen need to be read and acted upon, following these directions blindly will result in failure, then ridicule, then more failure.
After upgrading x11-base/xorg-server from 1.7.7-r1 to 1.9.2 keyboard and mouse stop working.
That happens because new x11-base/xorg-server doesn't support USE-flag "-hal" anymore, and try to use HAL and "evdev" driver instead of kbd/mouse drivers defined in
###For the first time #####Sync with the portage tree #####Modify /etc/portage/file for your system: Please adjust your CFLAGS as desired, information can be found here: https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/CFLAGS Do not modify these FLAGS unless you know what you are doing, always check the defaults first with: ###On regular basis Pay extra attention on upgrading kernel, gcc, python or any other system package.
It is important to upgrade these packages properly before moving to the next step.
Fortunately, since that’s a requirement by design, there is a lot of excellent help out there.
Looking at my files in /boot I saw that the initramfs image for the 4.8.11 kernel was missing.
So I tried to regenerate it with and that failed due to not enough space on the boot partition - I just had too many installed kernels.
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