On Saturday 19 November 2005 01:07, Duncan wrote:
> Barry.SCHWARTZ posted <20051119073425.GA22801@...>, excerpted
> below, on Sat, 19 Nov 2005 01:34:25 -0600:
> >> The system list will be in your profile, which is /supposed/ to be the
> >> directory pointed to by the /etc/make.profile symlink. Normally, that
> >> symlink will point to somewhere in the portage tree, under profiles,
> >> which would mean a subdir of /usr/portage/profiles (typically
> >> /usr/portage/profiles/default-linux/amd64/2005.1 or something similar),
> >> if you haven't customized the path to your $PORTDIR
My make.profile is fine. In fact I changed from 2005.0 to 2005.1 on both
machines, with no effect on either.
> >> Assuming the symlink is pointing to the correct spot in your portage
> >> tree, if the spot (or your entire portage tree) is somehow empty, an
> >> emerge sync should correct the issue.
> > Neh, I got the same problem. Seems sync with an outside server fixes
> > the problem, so it must be a bug in my local rsync server, likely a
> > semi-ubiquitous bug.
> It's also possible there's a bad public rsync server.
except that my local rsync master _has_ its system list.