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On Wednesday 21 March 2007 21:02, Mark Haney wrote:
> Mark Knecht wrote:
> > ??
> > eix -I gentoo-sources
> > ??
> > On 3/21/07, Mark Haney <mhaney@...> wrote:
> >> Is there a way I can get portage to show me all the listed kernel
> >> sources I've installed? When I've removed kernel sources I no longer
> >> need because of upgrades I've just rm -rf the kernel directory. Since
> >> I've done that, I've realized that portage is probably keeping that in
> >> in world as installed and I would like to keep the portage db as clean
> >> as possible.
> >> Does that make sense?
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> I have never heard of eix, but I"ll give it a shot and see.
I also use "epm" (rpm-like interface) and something like epm -q gentoo-sources
(or rpm -qa | grep sources if you want all things containing sources). Would
someone tell me what's better with eix ?
I would assume it's a faster search algorithm than epm but then again, do I
have to rerun the update db of eix on each database update or it installs in
the portage modules or something to do it automatically ?
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