0. Login as root or use sudo.
1. Install `app-eselect/eselect-repository` to manage overlays if don't have this tool already.
emerge -v app-eselect/eselect-repository
2. Add `hamari` overlay. See https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Eselect/Repository for details.
eselect repository add hamari
emerge --sync hamari
3. To install all available indilib drivers simply use provided portage set:
emerge -v @indilib-drivers4. If you want to install only drivers for the devices you use (as is the Gentoo way), you have to set appropriate USE flags: Available USE flags (note that only 3rd party drivers are present. All other drivers are installed by `sci-libs/indilib` itself):
Place your desired USE flags in dedicated file, e.g. `/etc/portage/package.use/indilib`.
# Enable drivers USE flag which pulls sci-libs/indilib-drivers as dependency
sci-libs/indilib driversTo install `indi_gphoto_ccd`, `indi_qhy_ccd` and `indi_sbig_ccd` write the following into the file.
sci-libs/indilib-drivers gphoto2 qhy sbig
Alternativly, you may place your USE flags globally in `/etc/portage/make.conf`.
5. Install the drivers
6. Note that ebuilds for stable release of indilib drivers (currently 1.9.3) are keyworded unstable (~amd64, ~x86 specifically) and live source ebuilds are all masked by `package.mask`. You will have to unmask them during installation (use `emerge with --autounmask-write` option). See official docs if you do not know this means exactly.