A location where I keep articles that are works-in-progress (unpublished). They'll get written eventually...
This message is also caused by low disk space as well; when there is not enough space in the ebuild's root build directory (WORKDIR) to unpack the package.
* Messages for package virtual/jpeg-0-r3: * The ebuild phase 'unpack' has exited unexpectedly. This type of behavior * is known to be triggered by things such as failed variable assignments * (bug #190128) or bad substitution errors (bug #200313). Normally, before * exiting, bash should have displayed an error message above. If bash did * not produce an error message above, it's possible that the ebuild has * called `exit` when it should have called `die` instead. This behavior * may also be triggered by a corrupt bash binary or a hardware problem * such as memory or cpu malfunction. If the problem is not reproducible or * it appears to occur randomly, then it is likely to be triggered by a * hardware problem. If you suspect a hardware problem then you should try * some basic hardware diagnostics such as memtest. Please do not report * this as a bug unless it is consistently reproducible and you are sure * that your bash binary and hardware are functioning properly.
It would be nice to add some checks to Portage in order to better notify the user of the low space issue. At minimum add a line to the text above that mentions not enough space in WORKDIR.
- DevOps primer - A guide to configuring your Linux system to be used as a DevOps command station.
- User:Maffblaster/Drafts/Graphics - Write a meta article on configuring the modern graphics stack for gaming or OpenCL work.
- cjdns - Encrypted IPv6 mesh network software.
- Sourcehut - A suite of software development web applications.
- Goldberg Emulator (Offline Steam API)
- Wayfire - A wayland compositor inspired by Compiz and based on wlroots.
- mrsh - A minimal POSIX shell written in C.
- Screenkey - Screencast software that writes key presses to the display.
- Brackets - An open source text editor from Adobe with a focus on web development.
- Geeknote - An open source, command-line Evernote client.
- Light Table - Light Table is an open source IDE created for web development.
- lynis - A security auditing tool to assist with compliance and hardening testing for Unix based systems.
- Makekit - Write build systems in POSIX shell.
- N1 - A cross platform open source mail client build on modern web frameworks.
- NixNote - An open source Evernote clone for Linux.
- Perfect Paper Passwords - A high security, multi-factor one-time password generator.
- Plinth - A Python-powered web interface for FreedomBox.
- PowerBroker Open - An Active Directory authentication front-end.
- SocioBoard - Manage multiple social media accounts from a central location.
- Sopel - An IRC-bot written in Python. Every developer needs a sidekick, right?
- Titan - A command-line password manager supporting AES encryption and 256-bit keys.
- Taiga - A project management platform.
- Unreal Engine - Generation 4 of the Unreal Engine.
- Neovim - Vim-fork focused on extensibility and agility.
- Nitrokey - Instructions for Gentoo devs on using Nitrokeys for Gentoo development.
- NILFS - A new implementation of a log structured filesystem for Linux.
- util-linux - Userspace utilities for Linux specific system management including device control, terminal logins, process management, and tty messaging.
- OpenVAS - An open source vulnerability scanner.
- GNU Binutils - A collection of binary tools used for software development.
- taskd - The server part of a command-line todo list manager.
- GlusterFS - A scalable network filesystem.
- GNU make - One of the original build systems. Standard tool to compile source trees.
- bcachefs - A 'next generation' CoW filesystem for Linux.
- eCryptfs - The enterprise cryptographic filesystem for Linux.
- Synergy - Software to manage multiple machines over multiple displays with a single keyboard and mouse.
- Tripwire - An open source file integrity checker and IDS.
- CRIU - A utility to checkpoint/restore a process tree.
- WireGuard - Extra details on setting up WireGuard on Gentoo.
- fprint - A service to access fingerprint readers.
- iozone - A filesystem benchmarking program with lots of options.
- CMake - A Cross platform Make tool.
- systemd/Handbook extension - Resume where the handbook left off on using systemd.
- Salt - A remote execution and configuration manager.
- Gentoo Primers - Parent article for the Gentoo Primers.
- The Meta OS Primer - A guide on creating a Gentoo-based Linux distribution.
- The Gentoo Primer - An introduction to Gentoo.
- The Gentoo Developer Primer - Start here
- The Gentoo Studio Primer - Configure Gentoo for hi fidelity audio/video editing.
- Elf Utils - Libraries and utilities to handle ELF objects (a drop in replacement for libelf).
- Raspberry Pi 2 - An article that explains how to install Gentoo on the Raspberry Pi 2.
- automake - GNU's build system. Used in many projects for efficient compiling.
- Kernel hacking - An article on developing the Linux kernel with a Gentoo base.
- kexec - A set of kernel hacking tools for the Linux kernel.
- File POSIX Capabilities - An article on getcap and setcap and other related goodies.
- Catalyst Guide - Explains how to use Catalyst...details included.
- Gentoo Wallpapers - An article on where to find Gentoo wallpapers.
- GParted - GNOME's partition editor.
- gentoo.conf - Move when git stuff is done.
- bzip2 A high-quality data compressor used extensively by Gentoo - In progress... ( Matthew Marchese (Maffblaster) )
- gzip - The standard GNU compressor.
- xz - Utilities for managing LZMA compressed files.
- zstd - A fast compression library created by Facebook.
Gentoo Developer tools
- tatt - The arch testing tool.
- Advanced ebuild testing guide - A guide to test self-written ebuilds.
- Gentoo developer workstation - A guide to tweak workstations for optimal Gentoo development.
- Sandbox (Portage) -
- Schroot - A utility to security enter and execute commands in a chroot environment.
- Prefix Cygwin - For Cygwin experimentation only.
- ffcast - Record screencasts using ffmpeg.
- recordmydesktop - A desktop session recorder producing OGG video/audio files.
- top - A utility that displays Linux processes.
- atop - A top-like interactive monitor that displays load on the Linux system.
- htop - Another top-like clone that displays Linux processes. Explained.
- Test motherboard for maximum supported memory: sudo dmidecode -t 16
- Reflashing an EDID on Linux
- Bluetooth LE
- Realtek RTL8153
- ASIX AX88179
- Netgear A6200
- HP Pavilion dv5t-1000
- Razer BlackWidow Chroma
- stress - A tool to stress test system hardware.
- stress-ng - A "next generation" stress tool designed to test system hardware.
- Phoronix Test Suite - An open source benchmarking suite.