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From: Rikard Johnels <rikjoh@...>
Subject: Re: Problems running bootstrap.sh
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2004 05:18:20 +0200
On Monday 02 August 2004 06.01, Aron Griffis wrote:
> Rikard Johnels wrote:	[Sat Jul 31 2004, 01:21:39PM EDT]
>
> > I did "tar xjpUvf portage-rescue-2.0.49-r3-alpha.tbz2  -C /" as described
> > in the README-RESCUE file
>
> Ouch, we should really make a newer portage-rescue for alpha, based on
> 2.0.50.
>
> > The foillowing trash occurs after the patched portage
> >
> > Gentoo files # emerge sync
> >
> > <snip (lots of lines)>
> >
> > x11-wm/fluxbox/files/
> > xfce-extra/
> > rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (1977189 bytes read so far)
> > rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(150)
>
> As Kloeri said, bad rsync version
>
> > Gentoo files # emerge portage
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
> > portage: Update type "slotmove" not recognized.
>
> This is because the version of portage in the rescue tarball is too
> old.
>
> > Calculating dependencies -Traceback (most recent call last):
> > ...
>
> The crash probably occurred because the tree was only partly rsync'd,
> but I'm not sure.
>
> > So what now?
>
> I don't know the easiest way out.  I would probably build a better
> rsync on either another machine or this one if you can make it work
> (perhaps using emerge with --nodeps).  Then try to get the tree to
> sync.
>
> Alternatively you could unpack stage1 into a chroot and build a newer
> portage there, use --buildpkg to make a package out of it, then untar
> that into your root partition.  Self-baked portage rescue...
>
> Regards,
> Aron
>
> --
> Aron Griffis
> Gentoo Linux Developer

Maybe time for a new complete release? :)
I did see something about a new one around the corner..

*waiting*

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         /Rikard

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