There are some subprofiles available for G3 and G4 processors, and G3/Pegasos and G4/Pegasos for the Pegasos Open Desktop Workstation.
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:) When the installed packages are upgraded as explained in the Gentoo Handbook, then the system will be exactly the same as one that has been installed using the new release.
If a release (such as 13.0 for ) introduces a new profile, then there is the choice to migrate to the new profile.
Ideally, users install software once and never bother with releases: just follow the instructions in A Portage introduction in the Gentoo handbook that explain how to keep the system up to date.
While that's the way things usually go, sometimes changes are made to the core system which require updates to be done manually.
Generally, such migrations are not mandatory, and systems can continue to use the old profile - just update the packages as explained in the Gentoo Handbook.
However, Gentoo strongly recommends updating the profile if it becomes deprecated.
A profile is a set of configuration files, stored in a subdirectory of , that describe things such as the ebuilds that are considered system packages, the default USE flags, the default mapping for virtual packages, and the architecture on which the system is running.
The profile in use is determined by the symbolic link .
Make sure to read the description of said profiles before deciding to migrate to one of them.
Most architectures now also default to the 2.6 kernel tree where 2.4 was chosen previously.
to unmask a 2.6 version of sys-kernel/gentoo-sources and a full rebuild.