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OpenRC is pretty nice, Gentoo seems to be rising in popularity, how does one deal with compiling applications with a massive codebase like FF or Chromium?

My last emerge of Chromium (i7-6800K):
Code:
Tue Oct  4 19:54:05 2016 >>> www-client/chromium-53.0.2785.143
       merge time: 50 minutes and 3 seconds

It took over 3 hours on my old i5-2500.

Firefox:
Code:
Thu Sep 22 17:23:41 2016 >>> www-client/firefox-49.0
       merge time: 9 minutes and 1 second
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OpenRC is pretty nice, Gentoo seems to be rising in popularity, how does one deal with compiling applications with a massive codebase like FF or Chromium?

Compiling Firefox isn't so bad, but Chromium does take a while. This will vary on your CPUs speed and core count as well as what MAKEOPTS you have set for use when compiling in your make.conf

While for some reason Chromium was not, Firefox and some other large packages like LibreOffice are available as binaries so that will allow you to skip compiling them all together.
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The latest firefox in my machine about 45-50 minutes, chromium three maybe four hour.
I built in from stage3 to usable desktop 7-8 hour. (No DE or big packages like libreoffice)
But my first generation i3 is too weak for compile everything, and little tired of this. The web Qt5 packages so long compile time (qt5-core, qtwebkit, qtnetwork)

Ohh my bad, I built the special system, without systemd, pam, consolekit, polkit, udev.
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Thanks guys, good info. I'm thinking of maybe getting into Gentoo since I have plenty of cores, sure would be nice to have a dedicated build server though...
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I remember back when I had a Pentium 4. In those days the official install method was a Stage 1 install, which would compile the whole system including gcc, glib and everything else. I would start the install before I went to bed and it would still be compiling when I woke up in the morning.
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I remember back when I had a Pentium 4. In those days the official install method was a Stage 1 install, which would compile the whole system including gcc, glib and everything else. I would start the install before I went to bed and it would still be compiling when I woke up in the morning.

biggrin.gif I remember those days. I also remember being sick of it, grabbing some extra hardware and installing distcc. tongue.gif
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Just spun up Manjaro on one of my crunchers.  I haven't really messed around with it much, but so far I have no real complaints.  Running a pretty slim Arch with only i3 daily, so it is interesting to mess around with all the bells and whistles. :D

 

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nice theme, Xfce's lookin good
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I've been playing around with Manjaro on my laptop. Liked it so much, I installed it on it's own partition and have been using it for the last 3 weeks.

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Ohhh god, I think went to Palemoon, btw in Gentoo the source package huge, my PC weak..... after compile almost 11GB in /usr/tmp/portage (and not finished yet), quit and install the binary version..

The problem not use custom USE flag, and I really hate Gtk3+.

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