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Details of sys-kernel/genkernel:

Description: Gentoo automatic kernel building scripts
Homepage:
https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Genkernel https://gitweb.gentoo.org/proj/genkernel.git/

available versions:

releasesalphaamd64armhppaia64mipsppcppc64ppc macoss390shsparcx86USE-Flagsdependenciesebuild warnings
genkernel-9999 -------------ibm
+firmware
show
Genkernel v4.x is a new major release which touches
nearly everything. Be careful, read updated manpage
and pay special attention to program output regarding
changed kernel command-line parameters!
kernel-genkernel--
vmlinuz-
${EROOT}/etc/genkernel.conf

IMPORTANT: SSH is currently enabled in your genkernel config
file (${gk_config}). However, 'dosshd' is missing from current
kernel command-line. You MUST add 'dosshd' to keep sshd enabled
in genkernel v4+ initramfs!
WARNING: Multiple root arguments (root=) on kernel command-line detected!
If you are appending non-persistent device names to kernel command-line,
next reboot could fail in case running system and initramfs do not agree
on detected root device name!
Found the following problematic permissions:

    ${permission_run} /run

Expected:

    ${permission_run_expected} /run

This is known to be causing problems for any UDEV-enabled service.
show
genkernel-4.2.6-r7 -------------ibm
+firmware
show
Genkernel v4.x is a new major release which touches
nearly everything. Be careful, read updated manpage
and pay special attention to program output regarding
changed kernel command-line parameters!
kernel-genkernel--
vmlinuz-
${EROOT}/etc/genkernel.conf

IMPORTANT: SSH is currently enabled in your genkernel config
file (${gk_config}). However, 'dosshd' is missing from current
kernel command-line. You MUST add 'dosshd' to keep sshd enabled
in genkernel v4+ initramfs!
WARNING: Multiple root arguments (root=) on kernel command-line detected!
If you are appending non-persistent device names to kernel command-line,
next reboot could fail in case running system and initramfs do not agree
on detected root device name!
Found the following problematic permissions:

    ${permission_run} /run

Expected:

    ${permission_run_expected} /run

This is known to be causing problems for any UDEV-enabled service.
show
genkernel-4.2.6-r6 -------------ibm
+firmware
show
Genkernel v4.x is a new major release which touches
nearly everything. Be careful, read updated manpage
and pay special attention to program output regarding
changed kernel command-line parameters!
kernel-genkernel--
vmlinuz-
${EROOT}/etc/genkernel.conf

IMPORTANT: SSH is currently enabled in your genkernel config
file (${gk_config}). However, 'dosshd' is missing from current
kernel command-line. You MUST add 'dosshd' to keep sshd enabled
in genkernel v4+ initramfs!
WARNING: Multiple root arguments (root=) on kernel command-line detected!
If you are appending non-persistent device names to kernel command-line,
next reboot could fail in case running system and initramfs do not agree
on detected root device name!
Found the following problematic permissions:

    ${permission_run} /run

Expected:

    ${permission_run_expected} /run

This is known to be causing problems for any UDEV-enabled service.
show
genkernel-4.2.5 -------------ibm
+firmware
show
Genkernel v4.x is a new major release which touches
nearly everything. Be careful, read updated manpage
and pay special attention to program output regarding
changed kernel command-line parameters!
kernel-genkernel--
vmlinuz-
${EROOT}/etc/genkernel.conf

IMPORTANT: SSH is currently enabled in your genkernel config
file (${gk_config}). However, 'dosshd' is missing from current
kernel command-line. You MUST add 'dosshd' to keep sshd enabled
in genkernel v4+ initramfs!
WARNING: Multiple root arguments (root=) on kernel command-line detected!
If you are appending non-persistent device names to kernel command-line,
next reboot could fail in case running system and initramfs do not agree
on detected root device name!
Found the following problematic permissions:

    ${permission_run} /run

Expected:

    ${permission_run_expected} /run

This is known to be causing problems for any UDEV-enabled service.
show
genkernel-4.0.10 -------------ibm
+firmware
show
Genkernel v4.x is a new major release which touches
nearly everything. Be careful, read updated manpage
and pay special attention to program output regarding
changed kernel command-line parameters!
kernel-genkernel--
vmlinuz-
${EROOT}/etc/genkernel.conf

IMPORTANT: SSH is currently enabled in your genkernel config
file (${gk_config}). However, 'dosshd' is missing from current
kernel command-line. You MUST add 'dosshd' to keep sshd enabled
in genkernel v4+ initramfs!
show
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+ stable
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some ebuild warning depend on specific use-flags or architectures, all ebuild-warnings are shown.


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