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{{Warning|Upgrading to 1.3 will remove any 32-bit compatibility on your system, as we have deprecated multilib support! Please be aware of this before starting the upgrade process.}}
{{Important|The goal of these instructions is to provide Funtoo Linux users with a reliable, consistent set of instructions for upgrading Funtoo Linux from 1.2 to 1.3. Please assist in ensuring that these instructions are complete and guide users through any potential complications. Since this is a wiki, make changes to the page that are needed to make these instructions 100% reliable. Thank you!}}
# ##i##emerge -u1 gcc
# ##i##emerge -u1 glibc
}}
 
=== Perl Rebuild ===
With 1.3-release {{c|dev-lang/perl}} updated from 5.24 to 5.26 version. It is necessary to rebuild perl modules installed with such major version update, which can be done with:
{{console|body=
# ##i##emerge -v1 --nodeps dev-lang/perl
# ##i##perl-cleaner --all
}}
*Note: Some systems may require perl-cleaner --reallyall
 
{{console|body=
# ##i##emerge -aC $(qlist -IC x11-proto)
# ##i##emerge -auDN @system --ignore-world
# ##i##emerge -auDN @world
}}
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=== Perl Rebuild ===
With 1.3-release {{c|dev-lang/perl}} updated from 5.24 to 5.26 version. It is necessary to rebuild perl modules installed with such major version update, which can be done with:
{{console|body=
# ##i##perl-cleaner --all
}}
*Note: Some systems may require perl-cleaner --reallyall
Now, after update and rebuild you will want to either run {{c|etc-update}} or {{c|dispatch-conf}} to perform changes to the configuration files that may happen with ebuild updates:
# ##i##etc-update
}}
{{Warning|Upgrading to 1.3 will remove any 32-bit compatibility on your system, as we have deprecated multilib support! Please be aware of this before starting the upgrade process.}}
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