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From: Justin Krejci <jus@...>
Subject: Re: Newbie admin - help with mysql
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2006 06:32:19 -0500
On Wednesday 20 September 2006 21:58, Easy-Things Info wrote:
> How do I tell gentoo that I don't want - under any circumstances -
> emerge to automatically install mysql?
> I am using binaries and sources straight from mysql.com.
>
> I used -mysql in my USE in /etc/make.conf but it doesn't work
>
> If I try to emerge -p world it tells me that it will install mysql 4.1.x
>
> Any suggestions?

I know others have already provided suggestions but I have found emerge's -t 
option useful when tracking down dependancies.
As in
emerge -vDupt world
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