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Gentoo is a source-based Linux distribution designed to be automatically optimized and customized according to the user's need.

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How do you emerge the world set? I think you are probably missing the -u flag. $ emerge -u @world
answered Nov 18 '16 by Flow
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As jimmij pointed out, you can select a particular version by prefixing the package atom with an equals ('=') sign. But you can also tell emerge which overlay to use. I we assume that there exists an …
answered Feb 27 '15 by Flow
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Using EIX_LIMIT=0 emerge -1auvDNt -j2 --verbose-conflicts =dev-lang/perl-5.22* $(eix '-I#' virtual/perl-*) I was able to update Perl from 5.20 to 5.22 on my system. Source: https://forums.gentoo. …
answered Oct 16 '16 by Flow
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The error message is pretty clear. Some binaries are still using (very) old symbols. You have to rebuild the packages associated with the binaries. The error message gives you a list of these binaries …
answered Jan 10 '13 by Flow
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Installed packages sometimes become obsolete because the package got version bumped and the ebuild for the old version got dropped. Also it happens that packages are dropped completely from the tree ( …
asked Dec 7 '12 by Flow
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The best answer that came up so far is TEST_FOR_REDUNDANCY=false eix -T source It shows a little bit more then I asked for, but it's a good starting point.
answered Dec 15 '12 by Flow
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Because the Gentoo developer community thinks it's no problem installing those files unconditionally, as long as the systemd dependency is not pulled in. And you can prevent that with INSTALL_MASK=/usr/lib/systemd in your make.conf (see man 5 make.conf). …
answered Jul 18 '15 by Flow
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There is a reason this ebuild got deleted from the main tree. If your goal is to keep the ebuild because you want to be able to build them after they are deleted from the main tree, then I suggest you …
answered Jul 8 '13 by Flow
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I want to force a fsck run on my root filessystem on my Gentoo system running systemd. I've tried adding an empty forcefsck file at the root of the filesystem which I want to check, e.g. touch …
asked Jul 15 '15 by Flow