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From: Michael Everitt <m.j.everitt@×××.org>
To: gentoo-alt@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-alt] Re: if I install package nghttp2 v 1.0.36.0-2 in debian buster can gentoo prefix use it
Date: Sun, 23 Jun 2019 18:09:54
Message-Id: 047570f9-da64-8401-6532-a5a49e6287f5@iee.org
In Reply to: [gentoo-alt] Re: if I install package nghttp2 v 1.0.36.0-2 in debian buster can gentoo prefix use it by Michael Fothergill
1 On 23/06/19 18:46, Michael Fothergill wrote:
2 > I have installed nghttp2 on debian.
3 >
4 > See here
5 >
6 > Get:1 http://ukdebian.mirror.anlx.net/debian buster/main amd64
7 > libjemalloc2 amd64 5.1.0-3 [225 kB]
8 > Get:2 http://ukdebian.mirror.anlx.net/debian buster/main amd64
9 > nghttp2-proxy amd64 1.36.0-2 [389 kB]
10 > Get:3 http://ukdebian.mirror.anlx.net/debian buster/main amd64
11 > nghttp2-client amd64 1.36.0-2 [175 kB]
12 > Get:4 http://ukdebian.mirror.anlx.net/debian buster/main amd64
13 > nghttp2-server amd64 1.36.0-2 [111 kB]
14 > Get:5 http://ukdebian.mirror.anlx.net/debian buster/main amd64 nghttp2
15 > all 1.36.0-2 [28.0 kB]
16 > Fetched 928 kB in 1s (756 kB/s)
17 > Selecting previously unselected package libjemalloc2:amd64.
18 > (Reading database ... 193072 files and directories currently installed.)
19 > Preparing to unpack .../libjemalloc2_5.1.0-3_amd64.deb ...
20 > Unpacking libjemalloc2:amd64 (5.1.0-3) ...
21 > Selecting previously unselected package nghttp2-proxy.
22 > Preparing to unpack .../nghttp2-proxy_1.36.0-2_amd64.deb ...
23 > Unpacking nghttp2-proxy (1.36.0-2) ...
24 > Selecting previously unselected package nghttp2-client.
25 > Preparing to unpack .../nghttp2-client_1.36.0-2_amd64.deb ...
26 > Unpacking nghttp2-client (1.36.0-2) ...
27 > Selecting previously unselected package nghttp2-server.
28 > Preparing to unpack .../nghttp2-server_1.36.0-2_amd64.deb ...
29 > Unpacking nghttp2-server (1.36.0-2) ...
30 > Selecting previously unselected package nghttp2.
31 > Preparing to unpack .../nghttp2_1.36.0-2_all.deb ...
32 > Unpacking nghttp2 (1.36.0-2) ...
33 > Setting up libjemalloc2:amd64 (5.1.0-3) ...
34 > Setting up nghttp2-proxy (1.36.0-2) ...
35 > Created symlink
36 > /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/nghttpx.service →
37 > /lib/systemd/system/nghttpx.service.
38 > Setting up nghttp2-server (1.36.0-2) ...
39 > Setting up nghttp2-client (1.36.0-2) ...
40 > Setting up nghttp2 (1.36.0-2) ...
41 > Processing triggers for systemd (241-5) ...
42 > Processing triggers for man-db (2.8.5-2) ...
43 > Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.28-10) ...
44 >
45 >
46 > I then tried to emerge chromium but it did not help.
47 >
48 > Suggestions appreciated.
49 >
50 > Regards
51 >
52 > MF
53 >
54 You have two entirely separate systems here .. your Debian one knows
55 nothing of the Gentoo prefix you have installed, and vice versa. Apt cannot
56 resolve dependencies of Portage, and Portage can't see your Apt repository
57 either. (Disclaimer: there are probably some nasty hacks to achieve some
58 partial compatibility, but you're completely on-your-own if you choose this
59 path!).
60
61 For what you are trying to do, you would need to install nghttp in your
62 Gentoo prefix, not in Debian .. but I'm not sure that would necessarily
63 help with your root cause, but you can try none-the-less.

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Re: [gentoo-alt] Re: if I install package nghttp2 v 1.0.36.0-2 in debian buster can gentoo prefix use it Michael Fothergill <michael.fothergill@×××××.com>