Using KeyTool as a workaround for the evil "wrong filesystem permissions" error
I've been working through your guide and almost gave up on the secure boot part because I was getting this error. Luckily, in my searching, I came across a mention of KeyTool, which is an EFI application that comes with efitools. It seems to have worked perfectly for me, in combination with a key generation script I found on the Arch forums, so I wrote an addendum to your guide explaining how to use it to install the keys. Feel free to use my addendum however you want! demize (talk) 00:13, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
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"Overlay" vs "Ebuild repository"
- OK, I'll change the references to overlay in my guide next time I do an edit run (shouldn't be too long, got a few other changes that need making). --Sakaki (talk) 15:27, 10 July 2017 (UTC)
- Personally I like the term ebuild repository for referring to different repos (I've liked this term ever since repos.conf support was added to Portage), but others still like the term overlay. So, I think some of the Gentoo devs should still discuss this. We also have things like overlays.gentoo.org (which a redirect now exists called repos.gentoo.org) that infra team also needs to discuss. Not saying that you shouldn't update stuff in your guide, but just take this into consideration. :) Kind regards, --Maffblaster (talk) 22:34, 10 July 2017 (UTC)