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Thanks, I ended up removing the linux-sources from the deps in that ebuild
(in the words of kainz lsof does _not_ depend on linux-sources).
The other thing that I was wondering is how things like linux-sources are
going to affect us ppc users (in the new layout isn't it
Other than that minor issue and the fact that sys-kernel/ppc-sources didnt
have a digest the clean build is going smooth (doing kernel as we speak).
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Chamberlain" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, May 04, 2002 10:44 PM
Subject: Re: [gentooppc-dev] problem with emerge system (lsof) in new
> I guess this needs a fix if we're to follow the standard gentoo install
> procedure. Meanwhile you can get around this (I think) by emerging
> sys-kernel/ppc-sources first, before your system. This will take a
> while, since it will pull in perl as a dependency. Or you could edit
> /usr/portage/profile/default-ppc/packages and remove the * in front of
> sys-apps/lsof. After you have your system (minus lsof) and ppc-sources,
> put it back in and emerge lsof.
> **Note to Pieter & Kain: a quick grep of portage reveals no packages
> depending on lsof - can we just remove it from our base system? Is this
> a problem with the install iso or with portage?
> Mark Guertin wrote:
> > Hi All
> > Building abrand new system today, just finished rsyncing the new
> > portage from cvs.gentoo.org, and it seems that when I emerge system
> > that sys-apps/losf-4.60-r1 is complaining about
> > virtual/linux-sources. I will investigate further.
> > Mark
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