Gentoo Archives: gentoo-desktop

From: Lindsay Haisley <fmouse-gentoo@×××.com>
To: gentoo-desktop@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-desktop] Nautilus-CD-Burner issue
Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2004 05:43:51
Message-Id: 20041208054345.GA11494@fmp.com
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-desktop] Nautilus-CD-Burner issue by Luke-Jr
Thus spake Luke-Jr on Tue, Dec 07, 2004 at 09:53:20PM CST
> On Wednesday 08 December 2004 3:44 am, Lindsay Haisley wrote: > > Thus spake Adam Petaccia on Tue, Dec 07, 2004 at 09:00:16PM CST > > > > > > This list also includes updates on a number of packages which are > > > > apparently slipping through the cracks when I do a daily 'emerge -u > > > > world'. I've been noticing this for some time now. Some packages > > > > apparently didn't get registered with 'world' when they're built, and I > > > > come on them from time to time by chance and notice the version > > > > differences between what's installed and what's available. > > > > > > add "-D" to your emerge list and it should catch most everything, except > > > maybe orphaned dependencies (which, admitantly, portage *does* have a > > > problem with these). > > > > Portage may not be smart enough to work around selective use of unstable > > packages. e.g., I've had to use lm-sensors-2.8.8 (masked with ~x86) to get > > the package working, and have had to add a line to > > /etc/portage/package.mask to keep 'emerge -u world' from downgrading the > > package. If I set > > ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" then portage wants to upgrade _everything_ to > > unstable. Not good! So with "<sys-apps/lm-sensors-2.8.8" in package.mask, > > mkdir -p /etc/portage > echo 'sys-apps/lm-sensors ~x86' >>/etc/portage/package.keywords > > Tada! Selective ~x86 keyword usage :)
Thanks, folks! I think I have it under control now :) -- Lindsay Haisley | "Fighting against human | PGP public key FMP Computer Services | creativity is like | available at 512-259-1190 | trying to eradicate | <http://pubkeys.fmp.com> http://www.fmp.com | dandelions" | | (Pamela Jones) | -- gentoo-desktop@g.o mailing list