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From: "A.Watson" <sketchy.gentoo@...>
Subject: Re: emerge --emptytree problem
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2005 13:35:51 +0000
Sean Sullivan wrote:

>On Sunday 10 July 2005 09:25, Mark wrote:
>  
>
>>I'm rebuilding my system from scratch, using 2005 and a stage 2 build.
>>It keeps failing in the emerge --emptytree system process. I suspect
>>my make.conf is the problem. So a couple questions...
>>
>>1. On the USE flags, this time around, I put in everything that
>>sounded like I wanted, which ended up being a very long list. Am I
>>better off having a very short list of USE flags, as shown in the
>>example in the docs?
>>
>>2. I have -march=athlon64 in my make.conf file. My processor is an
>>AMD64 Athlon 3200+. Is that the correct march= setting? Maybe that's
>>my whole problem rather than my USE flags list??
>>
>>Thanks all,
>>--
>>Mark
>>[unwieldy legal disclaimer would go here - feel free to type your own]
>>    
>>
>
>march=athlon64 should be fine for your CPU. I use it and have an AMD64 3000+. 
>How exactly does the emerge fail? What is the error you see? Doubtful it has 
>anything to do with your USE flags, so we'll prob need to see the error.
>
>Here is my make.conf for comparison (and I have a lot of USE flags)
>--------------------------
>CHOST="x86_64-pc-linux-gnu"
>CFLAGS="-march=athlon64 -O2 -pipe"
>CXXFLAGS="${CFLAGS}"
>
>ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~amd64" 
>MAKEOPTS="-j2"
>
> USE="-gnome -kde -gtk -arts acpi alsa X audiofile avi -bonobo
>   cdparanoia cdr crypt cups dbm divx4linux dvd dvdread gtk2
>   encode imagemagick mailwrapper mozilla mpeg mysqli multilib
>   nvidia ogg oggvorbis oss opengl pam perl python qt samba ssl
>   mysql php xine amd64 apache2 cups acl xml readline libclamav" 
>--------------------------
>
>-Sean
>  
>
You said it failed on the QT package, maybe you should enable kde in
your USE flags. If you dont want kde then do you really need QT? Also
running ~amd64 can and will b0rk you. Use package.keywords for any
~amd64 packages that you require.

If you continue to have errors post you output of "emerge info".
Hope that helped
-- 
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References:
emerge --emptytree problem
-- Mark
Re: emerge --emptytree problem
-- Sean Sullivan
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