raiagent, the third-party Gentoo overlay where
Raia and gentlemanly conduct
raiagent publishes well-documented ebuilds unabashadly biased towards the CLI,
Python, cryptography, emulation, and roguelikes. Prominent ebuilds include:
- Powerline, a general-purpose CLI
raiagentofficially hosts Powerline ebuilds, co-maintained by a frequent Powerline committer.
- PyInstaller's Python 3
cross-platform Python freezing utility.
raiagentunofficially hosts PyInstaller ebuilds, as well as frequently committing to the official PyInstaller codebase.
- Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead, a post-apocalyptic
survival horror roguelike.
raiagentofficially hosts C:DDA ebuilds.
- UnReal World, a Finnish Iron-Age survival
raiagentunofficially hosts URW ebuilds.
- fishman's exuberant-ctags
fork, an actively maintained ctags variant
with modern language support (e.g., CSS, Objective-C).
raiagentunofficially hosts live ctags ebuilds.
- phc-k8, an
out-of-tree Linux kernel module for undervolting AMD chipsets. Portage's
are several years
and, unsurprisingly, fail to build against modern Linux kernels.
raiagentunofficially hosts well-maintained phc-k8 ebuilds successfully building against all stable gentoo-sources kernels, complete with a user-configurable OpenRC startup script.
raiagent is installable in the usual way. Assuming use of
emerge (and not
that other disreputable fellow), this is:
layman, Gentoo's official overlay manager.
$ emerge layman $ echo 'source /var/lib/layman/make.conf' >> /etc/portage/make.conf
$ layman -a raiagent
$ layman -S
raiagent is thanks to the concerted efforts of numerous
(but certainly not limited to):