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I would fix your basic system, whatever causes you to say:
As usual, portage can't find the ebuilds required and I've been
downloading them manually.
If portage can't download packages then you have a real problem. Others
have suggested you run an emerge sync. After that, try the --fetchonly
option for a simple package and get your downloads to work.
I migrated from 2004.3 a few months ago using the automated upgrade and
I had no problems that I remember.
Steve Herber herber@... work: 206-221-7262
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On Tue, 27 Dec 2005, Daiajo Tibdixious wrote:
> I've been upgrading profile 2004.3 to 2005.0 using
> As usual, portage can't find the ebuilds required and I've been downloading
> them manually.
> I'm up to gentoo-headers which is failing with:
>>>> md5 src_uri ;-) linux-2.6.11.tar.bz2
>>>> md5 src_uri ;-) linux-2.6.11-m68k-headers.patch.bz2
>>>> md5 src_uri ;-) gentoo-headers-2.6.11-5.tar.bz2
> * This version of linux-headers does not support i386_64.
> * Please merge the appropriate sources, in most cases
> * this will be i386_64-headers.
> !!! ERROR: sys-kernel/linux-headers-2.6.11-r2 failed.
> !!! Function setup_headers, Line 358, Exitcode 0
> !!! incorrect headers
> I've tried googling for "I386_64_headers" and "version linux-headers support
> i386_64" without finding anything relevant.
> I got the ebuild, digest, etc from
> which has worked well for other packages so far.
> According to
> the latest stable amd64 version is 2.6.11-r2 so I'm confused as to why this
> would be unsuitable.
> I'm a complete newbie to Linux & Gentoo, although I've been able to solve a
> large number of problems by googling.
> AMD Athlon 3000+ Gentoo 2004.3 Linux 2.6
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