When I run
equery depgraph www-client/chromium-10.0.648.151, not all dependencies are available. Some shows
M[package.mask], while some other shows
[missing keyword]. My
~amd64-linux, according to
emerge --info. I experimented with different
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS (as an environmental variable passed to
eqeury), and all have different missing dependencies. Among all possible combinations, only with
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS='amd64 ~amd64 ~amd64-linux' all dependencies can be satisfied at once.
Here are my questions:
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS='amd64 ~amd64 ~amd64-linux'a valid configuration?
- I learned from the documentation that
amd64mean stable, and
~amd64means unstable. What about
- If I select
equerywouldn't use the packages available only to
amd64, resulting in missing dependencies. Is this expected? If so, should unstable testers use at least
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS='amd64 ~amd64'instead of
- Does the order of the keywords matter?
Additional info: I installed Gentoo Prefix following this guide. By default,
$EPREFIX/etc/make.profile is a symlink to
$EPREFIX/usr/portage/profiles/prefix/linux/amd64 and contains a
make.defaults that has
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="-amd64 ~amd64-linux". Neither
ACCEPT_KEYWORDS configured. According to
eselect profile list, no profile is selected.