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> "Vladimir G. Ivanovic" <vgivanovic@...> posted
> 1161980743.12569.46.camel@..., excerpted below, on Fri,
> 27 Oct 2006 13:25:43 -0700:
>> On Fri, 2006-10-27 at 15:58 -0400, sean wrote:
>>> ERROR: Error 65280 occurred while making
>> Interesting. I don't know if it makes a difference, but for me, emerge
>> for $WORKDIR.
> The addition of $CATEGORY in $WORKDIR is very new to portage. You are
> probably running ~amd64 and have a portage with it. Sean will be running
> an older portage (maybe latest stable?), without it. That's the
> difference there. It /shouldn't/ have anything to do with the problem.
What do you mean by running a very new portage versus an older portage?
I know the difference between stable and the ~amd64 unstable sign.
However, how do I specify, or know that I am running at least the most
recent stable version of portage?
I was under the impression that when I did the following
'emerge --sync; emerge portage; emerge --update --deep --newuse
that portage was brought up to date and all packages with it?
I have to find time to look over more of the Gentoo docs to see what
regular maintenance I need to keep up on.
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