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Rozza
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:56 am    Post subject: Post-install questions Reply with quote

Hey again everyone,

So I have completed the gentoo install and I can successfully boot up my computer in gentoo. This instantly made me suspicious. I followed most of the handbooks default instructions, except for a different partition scheme. Is there a way I can check to make sure everything is working properly? I am not yet familiar with openRC, but is there a command like systemctl --failed that I can use? I was a little bit unsure of how to properly configure my fstab file, I essentially copied what I could from the arch wiki and the handbook but I am not confident I did it appropriately. Any advice to make sure I have configured everything correctly?
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fedeliallalinea
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't know what systemctl --failed command does, but in openrc you can use rc-status
Code:
$ rc-status --help
Usage: rc-status [options] <runlevel>...
   or: rc-status [options] [-a | -c | -l | -m | -r | -s | -u]

Options: [ aclmrsuChqVv ]
  -a, --all                         Show services from all run levels
  -c, --crashed                     Show crashed services
  -l, --list                        Show list of run levels
  -m, --manual                      Show manually started services
  -r, --runlevel                    Show the name of the current runlevel
  -s, --servicelist                 Show service list
  -u, --unused                      Show services not assigned to any runlevel
  -h, --help                        Display this help output
  -C, --nocolor                     Disable color output
  -V, --version                     Display software version
  -v, --verbose                     Run verbosely
  -q, --quiet                       Run quietly (repeat to suppress errors)

For see if mount points are configured how did you want, use mount or df -h commands
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krinn
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No idea what the systemctl --failed do, but guessing by name i suppose you're looking for rc-status to check services status.

But if your system boot, even if not all is ok, the system boot, so you have done the harder part ;)
ps: yes, i'm fedeliallalinea's twin brain (but the slow one)
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Reading the documentation may help ... no?
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