Oh, yes, you've had some bad luck with the latest kernel 3.14. Some of us have. But there is a stable Sabayon to download on the Sabayon website. It is a good idea to use a more stable edition just in case when you are a noob. Updates will come then, if you install.
But I wonder much more, what do you really want? Here:https://forum.sabayon.org/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=31643
you say, you want to get Sabayon expert, but in this thread you say, you won't install any missing program. Out of the box include all programs like office and so on is more for those who want to use a system, not for those who want to learn a system.
Then, you may learn how to write threads with larger attachments like your computer description. For adding such information, in the menue line above the text window ther is a "Code" button. When you click it, then you can put many lines between the begin of Code and the end. Then you have a scrolling window for your text.
Another advice. On a Sabyon console there is a command with name:
- Code: Select all
This will give you informations about your system and Sabayon status.
Due to your small memory, I would consider to install just a small Desktop Environment like XFCE.
There are more distributions you are invited to give a chance, *buntu, Linux Mint (rollling also), both are based on debian. Exactly, on *buntu you will have more packages missing, because e.g. the KDE iso is only about 900 to 1000MByte. I've just tried Kubuntu for a friend, it was no joy, really.
So, if you will be patient you may succeed. It's up to you...
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ...)