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From: Francesco Talamona <ti.liame@...>
Subject: Re: problem after emerge --update world
Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2005 18:59:37 +0200
On Sunday 24 July 2005 17:56, Mark wrote:
> Understood - I'll take that approach next time. Any idea how I can
> get back to normal now though? Thanks

You have now restored the situation when an "etc-update" is needed, so 
you just have to run etc-update (you should see again 75 files to 
consider) and choose per each file what applies: 
-override existing file
-discard updated file
-merge both in a new config file

Keep your /etc/ backup at hand in every case...

Ciao
	Francesco
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