Ben Munat wrote:
> So, is everyone off enjoying the spring weather (last days of fall for
> anyone down under) or did I just ask too many questions?
Just had to say, it's Autumn down here - we don't have Fall ;)
> Well, I cleaned up the webapp cruft, and now running "equery depends
> apache" gives me:
> [ Searching for packages depending on net-www/apache... ]
> So, as per the apache migration doc, I ran:
> "emerge -pvu --deep apache mod_php subversion vqadmin qmailadmin"
> and I get:
> These are the packages that I would merge, in order:
> Calculating dependencies ...done!
> [ebuild U ] sys-devel/gettext-0.14.1-r1 [0.14.1] -emacs +nls 6,397 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-lang/tcl-8.4.9 [8.4.6] -threads 3,414 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-process/cronbase-0.3.2 [0.3.1] 0 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-libs/openssl-0.9.7e-r1 [0.9.7d-r1] -bindist -debug
> -emacs -test 5,105 kB
> [ebuild U ] app-crypt/hashalot-0.3 [0.1.0] 78 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-devel/automake-1.7.9-r1 [1.7.9] 564 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-apps/miscfiles-1.4.2 [1.3-r1] -minimal 1,489 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-libs/pam-0.77-r6 [0.77-r1] +berkdb -debug -pwdb
> (-selinux) 3,552 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/freetype-2.1.9-r1 [2.1.5-r1] -bindist
> -debug +doc +zlib 1,183 kB
> [ebuild U ] x11-misc/ttmkfdir-3.0.9-r2 [3.0.9-r1] -debug 19 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/fontconfig-2.2.3 [2.2.2] 732 kB
> [ebuild U ] x11-base/xorg-x11-6.8.2-r1 [4.3.0-r7] -3dfx -3dnow
> -bitmap-fonts -cjk -debug -dlloader -dmx +doc -font-server -hardened
> -insecure-drivers +ipv6 -minimal +mmx +nls -opengl +pam -sdk -sse
> -static -truetype-fonts -type1-fonts (-uclibc) -xprint -xv 45,094 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-lang/tk-8.4.9 [8.4.6-r1] -threads 3,189 kB
> [ebuild N ] app-arch/rpm2targz-9.0-r2 2 kB
> [ebuild N ] sys-apps/utempter-0.5.5.5-r1 -debug 20 kB
> [ebuild N ] x11-terms/xterm-200-r1 -Xaw3d -debug -toolbar
> +truetype +unicode 681 kB
> [ebuild U ] net-www/apache-2.0.54-r4 [2.0.52-r1] +berkdb -debug
> +doc +gdbm +ipv6 -ldap +ssl -static -threads 5,468 kB
> [ebuild U ] app-crypt/mhash-0.9.2 [0.9.1] 833 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/jpeg-6b-r4 [6b-r3] -debug 598 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/tiff-3.7.2 [3.5.7-r1] 1,231 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-libs/libxml2-2.6.17 [2.6.11] -debug +ipv6 +python
> +readline 2,995 kB
> [ebuild N ] dev-libs/libgpg-error-1.0-r1 +nls 316 kB
> [ebuild N ] dev-libs/libgcrypt-1.2.1 +nls 938 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-libs/libxslt-1.1.12 [1.1.8] +crypt +python 1,736 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/lcms-1.13-r1 [1.12] +jpeg +python +tiff
> +zlib 572 kB
> [ebuild U ] app-crypt/mit-krb5-1.3.6-r2 [1.3.3-r1] -krb4 -static
> 6,380 kB
> [ebuild U ] app-admin/sudo-1.6.7_p5-r2 [1.6.7_p5] +pam -skey 341 kB
> [ebuild U ] x11-libs/qt-3.3.4-r3 [3.3.3] -cups -debug +doc
> -examples -firebird +gif -immqt -immqt-bc +ipv6 +mysql -nas +odbc
> -opengl +postgres -sqlite -xinerama +zlib 14,101 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-perl/Net-Daemon-0.38 [0.37] 30 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-perl/Storable-2.13 [2.07-r1] 131 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-perl/DBI-1.46 [1.38] 363 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-perl/DBD-mysql-2.9003 [2.1027] 110 kB
> [ebuild N ] app-doc/ucspi-tcp-man-20020317 7 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-apps/ucspi-tcp-0.88-r10 [0.88-r5] +doc +ipv6
> (-selinux) +ssl 78 kB
> [ebuild U ] net-mail/cmd5checkpw-0.22-r2 [0.22] 23 kB
> [ebuild U ] app-arch/ncompress-4.2.4-r1 [4.2.4] -build 39 kB
> [ebuild N ] app-doc/daemontools-man-20020131 7 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-process/daemontools-0.76-r4 [0.76-r3] +doc
> (-selinux) -static 36 kB
> [ebuild U ] sys-libs/db-1.85-r2 [1.85-r1] 279 kB
> [ebuild U ] dev-perl/perl-tk-804.027 [800.025-r1] 5,870 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/freetype-1.3.1-r4 [1.3.1-r3] +nls* -tetex
> 1,919 kB
> [ebuild U ] net-libs/c-client-2004a-r1 [2002e-r2] -debug +pam +ssl
> 2,172 kB
> [ebuild U ] net-misc/curl-7.13.1 [7.11.0] +ipv6 -ldap +ssl 1,817 kB
> [ebuild U ] media-libs/t1lib-5.0.2 [5.0.0-r2] +X -debug +doc 1,657 kB
> So, my main question now is do I really have to upgrade (or just
> install) all of this just to do this apache upgrade?
looks like it ;)
> But as a side question, how have I gotten behind on all this stuff if
> I emerge world (just about) every day? Should I be doing emerge -uD
> world more often?
I like emerge -avDu world ; revdep-rebuild ; emerge -av --depclean
> Well, I guess the emerge man page does quite clearly say "As an
> example, [emerge --deep] catches updates in libraries that are not
> directly listed in the dependencies of a package." Guess I missed that
> this whole time.
> And, not to forget the original point of the thread, did anyone run
> into any gotchas doing the apache package refresh?
> Ben Munat wrote:
>> It's one of those days when every answer I seek creates more
>> questions... any help appreciated:
>> -- I have a pending update to apache-2.0.54-r4. This is the
>> long-awaited "apache package refresh", correct?
>> -- Assuming it is, I went to
>> and read through that. It says that "There are some modules and
>> packages that depend on Apache that have not yet been updated." I
>> went to the bug report specified, and almost all the dependent bugs
>> are closed... I don't think anything that was open will affect me. It
>> also recommended using equery; I did and it came up with:
>> Anyone see anything that they know still has a problem with the
>> apache refresh?
>> -- (side question:) gallery and phpmyadmin are installed via
>> webapp-config... didn't realize I was accumulating versions... how do
>> I get rid of old ones?
>> -- The above migration document also talks about putting all the
>> packages that support the apache changes in
>> /etc/portage/package.keywords. But that's old information right? If
>> the dependent bugs are closed, then the necessary packages should no
>> longer be masked, right?
>> -- I will still need to reinstall dependent packages to get the path
>> changes taken care of, right? The migration doc suggests the use of
>> "emerge --update --deep"... Hmm, and when I try that for "apache
>> subversion mod_php vqadmin qmailadmin phpmyadmin gallery", it comes
>> up with about 50 packages... yikes. But that needs to be done, right?
>> -- (side question:) And actually, if I do the "emerge --deep ...
>> world" version suggested there, it comes up with at least a hundred
>> packages to update and then errors out, saying that "The above
>> package list contains packages which cannot be installed on the same
>> system." Why would that happen? And, I guess I've never paid much
>> attention to the "--deep" option... is this something I should be
>> doing more often?
>> -- This new "no-htdocs" USE flag is only necessary if I install
>> gentoo-webroot-default, right? I DO NOT want gentoo to overwrite my
>> -- I have phppgadmin installed as well... any idea why it doesn't
>> show up in the equery report above?
>> -- And actually, if I do "emerge -p phppgadmin" I get:
>> [ebuild U ] net-www/webapp-config-1.10-r14 [1.10-r11]
>> [ebuild R ] dev-db/phppgadmin-3.5.1
>> So, I'm current on phppgadmin, but there's supposedly an update to
>> webapp-config!? But wait a minute, my "emerge -p world" doesn't show
>> that... Hmm, I see, it's not in my world file... not sure how that
>> happened. Well, I'll add it, but it be nice to know if there are
>> others. Heh, I just tried regenworld and all it added was
>> sys-devel/bin86... Why would webapp-config not get added to world and
>> might there be other stuff that I'm missing. I depend on emerge world
>> to keep me up to date!
>> Okay, that's enough meandering questions for now... thanks in advance
>> for any help.
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