A quick install report. No major problems.
Wrote USB from an existing openRC install, rebooted and used the CLI installer. There was a brief error on boot (“undefined video mode number: 37e”), probably because the laptop is plugged into a monitor.
On the hard disk section I did no partitioning but jumped straight to Filesystem Mountpoints, and wrote it to an existing partition over the top of another existing openRC install to an SSD. Proceeding, I skipped anything marked optional.
I also skipped the bootloader install, which seemed to be the source of the only real issue. Doing so appeared to bork the resident GRUB file. I solved this by running through the install from live USB again and letting it take control of the boot menu. Second time through it found all of the seven or eight partitions and ID’d them correctly.
Standard update led to 9 packages, which installed without incident. Number of packages per the pkgs.txt is 769 for the 923.8 MB iso. Gparted reported that the installed size was right at 4 GB.
Memory use for the updated system was 433.6 MB according to inxi.
A few bugs appear to remain unaddressed, such as needing to push lightdm along a little, but nothing even close to showstopping. Thank you sincerely again for all you do.