Here is what I did - I practically added the palemoon repository to layman, updated the eix cache and merged with the ebuild):
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layman -a palemoon eix-update emerge -av www-client/palemoon
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pu ... pe_to_ALSA
The whole story, with complete configuration for ALSA on an ASUS ROG G752 laptop, can be read at the Gentoo Forum at How to configure ALSA on ASUS ROG G752.
- To convince the ebuild to use the gtk3 USE flag, in place of the default gtk2, I had to delete (or rename) the /var/lib/layman/palemoon/profiles/package.use.mask.orig that kept masking gtk3.
- To use my beloved extensions, I had to copy their .xpi files from the extensions directory of my Windows profile (they work there fine with an already installed/updated Palemoon 28.4.0 since ages) to the extensions directory of my Linux profile - I had to read the FAQ to find out where this is, but at the end all went well. For whatever reason the Add-ons Manager offers me only a small portion of what would, or could, theoretically work...