Updating portage cache
This part does not differ much from a regular Funtoo Linux installation (https://We recommend using The Funtoo stage3 includes a linux kernel and initramfs.The pool will be automatically mounted at the (temporary) location When booting from ZFS, you must specify a boot device and a root file system within the pool that was identified by the boot device.By default, the dataset selected for booting is the one identified by the pool's Now that the initial ZFS pool and datasets have been created, we can unpack the stage 3 tarball and proceed with basic system installation.Google Cache is normally referred as the copies of the web pages cached by Google.Google crawls the web and takes snapshots of each page as a backup just in case the current page is not available. These Google cached pages can be extremely useful if a site is temporary down, you can always access these page by visiting Google’s cached version. The actual time of the updates depends on the frequency the website updates itself.Installing on UEFI requires a separate partition for /boot, formatted as FAT32, and is out of the scope of this guide, even though installation on UEFI is certainly possible.Also, this guide will not cover anything related to encryption (native encryption is available: https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/commit/b52563034230b35f0562b6f40ad1a00f02bd9a05).
Mounting your root partition (/) will fail since this location is not empty; / is allocated to the live CD/USB distribution! Follow the earlier set of instructions to chroot into your Funtoo Installation on ZFS root.The initramfs is designed to mount and start Funtoo Linux on a variety of file systems.The initramfs contained within the stage3 will not mount and start Funtoo in our ZFS storage pool.Follow the above instructions on "Forgot to reset password?" to import and mount your storage pool (rpool) and chroot back into your Funtoo environment. Swap must be turned off to free the pool for export.