Re: [gentoo-user] Help with script for iptables

2006-11-16 Thread Mick
On Thursday 16 November 2006 01:15, Flophouse Joe wrote: On Wed, 15 Nov 2006, Mick wrote: On Wednesday 15 November 2006 21:25, Flophouse Joe wrote: On Wed, 15 Nov 2006, Mick wrote: UPLINK=eth0 wlan0 ppp0 for x in ${INTERFACES} do iptables -A INPUT -i ! ${x} -j ACCEPT

Re: [gentoo-user] How to modify menus in Konqueror

2006-11-16 Thread Mick
On Wednesday 15 November 2006 15:25, Neil Bothwick wrote: On Wed, 15 Nov 2006 14:49:40 +, Mick wrote: I had modified the right click/drop down menu in Konqueror to add a command that allowed me to email the page link to a recipient, save it, archive it, etc. Problem is that this was

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge -uDpvt world kdelibs

2006-11-16 Thread Arnau Bria
On Wed, 15 Nov 2006 14:52:45 -0700 Richard Fish wrote: On 11/15/06, Arnau Bria [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I OP, I only said that I installed beryl, assuming that people who answer will know that it needs an overlay... Actually, beryl is now in the main portage tree. So if that is your

Re: [gentoo-user] emerge -uDpvt world kdelibs

2006-11-16 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
On Thursday 16 November 2006 11:08, Arnau Bria wrote: Actually, beryl is now in the main portage tree. So if that is your only reason for this overlay, you don't need it anymore. Well, I installed xeffects overlay... I think there are many packages needed for beryl there, but not sure...

Re: [gentoo-user] offline runlevel

2006-11-16 Thread Roger Mason
Devon Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: And, I'll second Richard, emerge ifplugd dcm Thanks Richard Joe Devon, ifplugd is working perfectly for me. Roger -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 16 November 2006 01:00, Mark M wrote: Hi all, Pentium D is actually an emt64 dual core cpu, so while CFLAGS -march=pentium4 will work, it will be x86-32 instead of x86-64 and of course the compiled apps won't know nothing about the dual core (read almost dual CPU), still it will

[gentoo-user] Re: emerge hints log?

2006-11-16 Thread Stefan Wimmer
May I mention another tool which is IMHO better then the ELOG-feature? Check out enotice - http://www.fmp.com/enotice/ I use the ELOG-feature as well but I get not the information like with enotice ... for sure it's my fault ;-) Greetz Stefan -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Mark M
On 11/16/06, Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 16 November 2006 01:00, Mark M wrote: Hi all, Pentium D is actually an emt64 dual core cpu, so while CFLAGS -march=pentium4 will work, it will be x86-32 instead of x86-64 and of course the compiled apps won't know nothing about

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Jon M
Mark M wrote: On 11/16/06, *Alan McKinnon* [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 16 November 2006 01:00, Mark M wrote: Hi all, Pentium D is actually an emt64 dual core cpu, so while CFLAGS -march=pentium4 will work, it will be x86-32 instead

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Geistteufel
Did your actual system install on your Pentium D is in 64 bits ? Le Thu, 16 Nov 2006 15:45:02 +0100, Jon M [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: Mark M wrote: On 11/16/06, *Alan McKinnon* [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 16 November 2006 01:00, Mark M wrote:

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Jon M
Geistteufel wrote: Hi Mark, I actually wasn't planning on using 64bit anyway I'm wondering if I should set my CFLAGS to -march=x86-32 or leave it as -march=pentium4? Are they essentially the same? I already took your previous suggestion and enabled vSMP support, though I haven't moved

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Mark M
Hi Mark, I actually wasn't planning on using 64bit anyway I'm wondering if I should set my CFLAGS to -march=x86-32 or leave it as -march=pentium4? Are they essentially the same? I already took your previous suggestion and enabled vSMP support, though I haven't moved the drive to it's new

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Jon M
Mark M wrote: Hi Mark, I actually wasn't planning on using 64bit anyway I'm wondering if I should set my CFLAGS to -march=x86-32 or leave it as -march=pentium4? Are they essentially the same? I already took your previous suggestion and enabled vSMP support, though I

Re: [gentoo-user] Help with script for iptables

2006-11-16 Thread Nangus Garba
# I think that a set of rules that looks something like this would be easier to maintain # there are 500 little tricks that I could add if I was home and had my notes iptables -P INPUT DROP iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT #this will take care of all interfaces by default iptables -A INPUT -m

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Geistteufel
The system you would replace, is on the Pentium D ? I don't remember the distro name, but not the gentoo one. So if Pentium D contain 64 bits distro you would replace by gentoo ... they is a solution to compile it directly on this computer in 64 bits, so after just replace the main system

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Mark M
On 11/16/06, Jon M [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark M wrote: Hi Mark, I actually wasn't planning on using 64bit anyway I'm wondering if I should set my CFLAGS to -march=x86-32 or leave it as -march=pentium4? Are they essentially the same? I already took your previous

[gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread James Colby
List Members - I was trying to delete some files from my /sbin directory and with an unfortunate use of a wildcard accidentally deleted the entire contents on the /sbin directory. I have recovered the contents of the /sbin directory from a stage 3 tarball. I was thinking about doing an emerge

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Geistteufel
Oh, it's not really usefull to rebuild all just rebuild this: equery b /sbin so. .. it will give you all package which install something in /sbin just rebuild it Le Thu, 16 Nov 2006 17:23:17 +0100, James Colby [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: List Members - I was trying to delete some files from

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
On Thursday 16 November 2006 17:23, James Colby wrote: I was trying to delete some files from my /sbin directory and with an unfortunate use of a wildcard accidentally deleted the entire contents on the /sbin directory. I have recovered the contents of the /sbin directory from a stage 3

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Flophouse Joe
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006, James Colby wrote: I was trying to delete some files from my /sbin directory and with an unfortunate use of a wildcard accidentally deleted the entire contents on the /sbin directory. I have recovered the contents of the /sbin directory from a stage 3 tarball. I was

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Flophouse Joe
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006, Flophouse Joe wrote: Yes, I think an emerge --deep --emptytree world would be in order. Wow. The other posters are right. Re-emerging everything is a waste of time. It'd be much easier to re-emerge only the packages that had placed files into /sbin . Thanks,

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
On Thursday 16 November 2006 17:40, Flophouse Joe wrote: Yes, I think an emerge --deep --emptytree world would be in order. Why? And what exactly do you expect --deep to do with --emptytree? -- Bo Andresen pgpUMZ2pehxcd.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: emerge hints log?

2006-11-16 Thread jakommo
ok thanks, I check that out later. is it working together with elog now? because there´s an hint in the handbook that it doesn´t work with portage 2.0.* I´m using 2.1.1 so I think its fixed now. thanks jakommo On 11/16/06, Stefan Wimmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: May I mention another tool

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Flophouse Joe
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006, Bo ?rsted Andresen wrote: On Thursday 16 November 2006 17:40, Flophouse Joe wrote: Yes, I think an emerge --deep --emptytree world would be in order. Why? And what exactly do you expect --deep to do with --emptytree? Using --deep is a force of habit for upgrades, so I'm

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: emerge hints log?

2006-11-16 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
Reordered for readability. On Thursday 16 November 2006 17:54, jakommo wrote: May I mention another tool which is IMHO better then the ELOG-feature? Check out enotice - http://www.fmp.com/enotice/ I use the ELOG-feature as well but I get not the information like with enotice ... for

[gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread jakommo
Hi Listmembers, I have a problem the / Partition on my system is to smal, is there a save way to resize it? I know mounting other partitions to e.g. /usr will help but the / is only 4,6G so it will help only temporarily. thanks jakommo

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread Ryan Crisman
you can emerge gparted and use a gui program that well allow you to resize your partitions, plus add and remove partitions. On 11/16/06, jakommo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Listmembers, I have a problem the / Partition on my system is to smal, is there a save way to resize it? I know mounting

Re: [gentoo-user] Install Gentoo on one machine, then move the drive to another

2006-11-16 Thread Richard Fish
On 11/16/06, Jon M [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What did you set your MAKEOPTS to? I was thinking -j3 because of the two cores plus one. Did you do the same? I suggest MAKEOPTS=-j3 if you have at least 2G of RAM in the box. If only 1G, MAKEOPTS=-j2. If less, -j1. You can also change this

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 18:55:00 +0100, jakommo wrote: I have a problem the / Partition on my system is to smal, is there a save way to resize it? I know mounting other partitions to e.g. /usr will help but the / is only 4,6G so it will help only temporarily. /usr often account for more than

[gentoo-user] OT - ipkungfu perhaps not doing its job

2006-11-16 Thread Michael Sullivan
Can anyone tell me why I have about a hundred of these Nov 16 08:00:03 bullet ftp(pam_unix)[2045]: authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty= ruser= rhost=222.135.146.45 Nov 16 08:00:06 bullet ftp(pam_unix)[2045]: authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty= ruser=

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 16 November 2006 19:55, jakommo wrote: Hi Listmembers, I have a problem the / Partition on my system is to smal, is there a save way to resize it? I know mounting other partitions to e.g. /usr will help but the / is only 4,6G so it will help only temporarily. You have a tricky

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread geistteufel
Hello What the size of your / ? Mine is 1 Go, and I use only 300 mo, just conf and lib sbin bin If you have opt in your / I suggest to move it and doing a symlink like cd /; mv opt usr; ln -s usr/opt . so ... jakommo a écrit : Hi Listmembers, I have a problem the / Partition on my system

[gentoo-user] 7800 GTX: opensource driver stable?

2006-11-16 Thread James
Hello, I'm looking at this NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX for a gentoo based gaming system. Anyone have any experience with this card (or a similar card) and any of the open source drivers? Maybe just use the nvidia drivers? I've googled my fingers off, but, I'm more confused about which card to

[gentoo-user] Re: pet peeve: sending normal output to stderr (env-update)

2006-11-16 Thread David Talkington
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Richard Fish wrote: env-update.sh outputs this message with a simple echo, so no output to stdout here. However portage writes most messages to stderr. Well and good, but this is not an abnormal message, and there's no reason for it to go to

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - ipkungfu perhaps not doing its job

2006-11-16 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 16 November 2006 20:29, Michael Sullivan wrote: Can anyone tell me why I have about a hundred of these Nov 16 08:00:03 bullet ftp(pam_unix)[2045]: authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty= ruser= rhost=222.135.146.45 Nov 16 08:00:06 bullet ftp(pam_unix)[2045]:

[gentoo-user] Nscd dies without reason

2006-11-16 Thread Leandro Melo de Sales
Hi, my system is configured to have a ldap based authentication. I put bind_policy soft on /etc/ldap.conf file, so I need nscd running, but after about 5 seconds that I start nscd, it dies. Why? I check log files but I can't see any additional information. I prefer to use bind_policy hard, but

Re: [gentoo-user] Help with script for iptables

2006-11-16 Thread Mick
On Thursday 16 November 2006 15:19, Nangus Garba wrote: # I think that a set of rules that looks something like this would be easier to maintain # there are 500 little tricks that I could add if I was home and had my notes Hey! Thanks for your help - please send some more when you get home.

[gentoo-user] Gcc complains about TLS and errno; I baffled

2006-11-16 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
I'm trying to compile a program that works on Solaris with gcc, but won't complile under Linux (either FC5 or Gentoo). It seems to be because writing int errno; works under Solaris gcc-3.4.3 (well, it passes the compiler anyway), but under Linux gcc-3.4.6 or -4.1.0 one has to #include

Re: [gentoo-user] Gcc complains about TLS and errno; I baffled

2006-11-16 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 16 November 2006 22:03, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: I'm trying to compile a program that works on Solaris with gcc, but won't complile under Linux (either FC5 or Gentoo). It seems to be because writing int errno; works under Solaris gcc-3.4.3 (well, it passes the compiler anyway),

[gentoo-user] Samba and Hebrew File Names

2006-11-16 Thread David Harel
Hi, I never could make Linux box use MS-XP files (NTFS) over samba when the file names are Hebrew. open attempts of such file names results in failure (-1) and errno set to NOENT (standard message: No such file or directory). My last attempt is with:

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread jakommo
On 11/16/06, geistteufel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello What the size of your / ? Mine is 1 Go, and I use only 300 mo, just conf and lib sbin bin If you have opt in your / I suggest to move it and doing a symlink like cd /; mv opt usr; ln -s usr/opt . so ... jakommo a écrit : Hi

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: pet peeve: sending normal output to stderr (env-update)

2006-11-16 Thread Richard Fish
On 11/16/06, David Talkington [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well and good, but this is not an abnormal message, and there's no reason for it to go to stderr. stderr is for errors, else it's just unbuffered stdout, which isn't terribly helpful. Actually lots of programs use stderr for more than

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - ipkungfu perhaps not doing its job

2006-11-16 Thread Michael Sullivan
On Thu, 2006-11-16 at 21:09 +0200, Alan McKinnon wrote: On Thursday 16 November 2006 20:29, Michael Sullivan wrote: Can anyone tell me why I have about a hundred of these Nov 16 08:00:03 bullet ftp(pam_unix)[2045]: authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty= ruser=

Re: [gentoo-user] 7800 GTX: opensource driver stable?

2006-11-16 Thread Richard Fish
On 11/16/06, James [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not looking for the latest video card, just one with good performance and open source drivers. You won't get hardware 3D with nvidia and open source drivers. So you'll either have to accept the proprietary drivers (which are pretty good IMO) if

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread Alex Schuster
jakommo writes: On 11/16/06, geistteufel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you have opt in your / I suggest to move it and doing a symlink like cd /; mv opt usr; ln -s usr/opt . For now I think maybe its better to make some new partitions and copy the stuff to them by using a live cd and then

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: pet peeve: sending normal output to stderr (env-update)

2006-11-16 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
On Thursday 16 November 2006 21:56, Richard Fish wrote: But also, you might be interested in this: http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-511285.html I actually like this idea so much, I may try my hand at hacking portage this weekend to make a proof-of-concept! You may want to have a look at

Re: [gentoo-user] Resize /

2006-11-16 Thread jakommo
On 11/16/06, Alex Schuster [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: jakommo writes: On 11/16/06, geistteufel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you have opt in your / I suggest to move it and doing a symlink like cd /; mv opt usr; ln -s usr/opt . For now I think maybe its better to make some new partitions

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread James Colby
# cd /var/db/pkg emerge -va1 $(for pkg in */*; do cut -d' ' -f2 ${pkg}/CONTENTS | grep -q '^/sbin/' echo =${pkg} done) -- Thanks for the advice everybody. I ran this command and it just finished successfully. I had one file in /etc that needed updating, and when I tried to run

[gentoo-user] NTFS vs ext3

2006-11-16 Thread Ghaith Hachem
hey, i was wondering what would be the best solution for a shared data partition, it's a 100GB partition, and FAT is not an option, so should i use ext2 (or ext3) with one of the tools on windows? and which tool would you recommend I'm currently using ext2fsd to read my ext2 backup harddrive i

Re: [gentoo-user] NTFS vs ext3

2006-11-16 Thread Shawn Singh
In ( what seems like ) similar situatoins, I've just let the partition that I want to share b/w OSes just be a NTFS partition if say, I were dual-booting my machine ( Linux Windows ). IMHO, Linux support for NTFS is fine, meaning that I've not experienced any trouble related to doing that.

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Flophouse Joe
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006, James Colby wrote: I had one file in /etc that needed updating, and when I tried to run etc-update it was missing. I'm not clear on what's happened. Is it etc-update that's missing or is it something else? Joe -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Samba and Hebrew File Names

2006-11-16 Thread Justin Frisch
Am Donnerstag 16 November 2006 21:34 schrieb David Harel: Hi, I never could make Linux box use MS-XP files (NTFS) over samba when the file names are Hebrew. Heya, I just tested this out really quick and encountered the same problem. However I was able to mount everything without any

[gentoo-user] Using LINGUAS on a per package basis like with USE

2006-11-16 Thread Fernando Canizo
(key: /etc/portage/package.linguas - for google ;) Hi everyone, I use LINGUAS=es en on my system, but what I really want to have is something like /etc/portage/package.use but for LINGUAS. Is there some way to specify this? Or are there any plans to support such behaviour? -- Fernando

Re: [gentoo-user] Using LINGUAS on a per package basis like with USE

2006-11-16 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
On Friday 17 November 2006 00:06, Fernando Canizo wrote: I use LINGUAS=es en on my system, but what I really want to have is something like /etc/portage/package.use but for LINGUAS. Is there some way to specify this? Or are there any plans to support such behaviour? LINGUAS are USE_EXPAND'ed

[gentoo-user] kmail doesn't download mail

2006-11-16 Thread Andrey
Hi! I migrate from monolitic kde to split ebuilds. But now kmail doesn't works... And now it's failed at starting pop3 and pop3s processes. Any ideas?

Re: [gentoo-user] Gcc complains about TLS and errno; I baffled

2006-11-16 Thread Devon Miller
In this case, TLS stands for Thread Local Storage. Not to be confused with Transport Layer Security Welcome to the joy of overloaded acronyms :-P Using int errno; will not work in any multithreaded executable. You need to use errno via errno.h because errno isn't a simple int, but a

[gentoo-user] Lag de défilement : mise à jour de libpng ou erreur de config ?

2006-11-16 Thread Nico
Salut la liste, Je m'arrache les cheveux à essayer de me dépatouiller d'un problème de défilement *ultra* saccadé des pages dans les applis du genre Quanta, Konsole, Konqueror, enfin des programmes de KDE (je suis sous KDE 3.5.5) depuis hier. Il ne s'est passé que 2 choses depuis que tout allait

[gentoo-user] Testing a chroot

2006-11-16 Thread Brian Davis
Is there any way to test this? I'm trying to chroot my apache server, and I'm curious how I could test that it's actually using. Also, does anyone have experience with using chroot via mod_security? Thanks! -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Dale
James Colby wrote: # cd /var/db/pkg emerge -va1 $(for pkg in */*; do cut -d' ' -f2 ${pkg}/CONTENTS | grep -q '^/sbin/' echo =${pkg} done) -- Thanks for the advice everybody. I ran this command and it just finished successfully. I had one file in /etc that needed updating,

[gentoo-user] Multi-user pop3 mail delivery

2006-11-16 Thread Ralph Slooten
Hi Guys. I am trying to replace a server setup at one of our client's offices. They have a domain name, and an email account - both hosted by a 3rd party. This third party gives them a single pop3 account where all email is stored (for all users@domain.com), downloadable by a single user login.

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 18:11:29 -0600, Dale wrote: If it were me, I would still do a emerge -e world, just to be sure. You can check all packages for missing or corrupt files with equery -C list kdebase | awk '/\// {print $((NF - 1))}' | sed 's;^;=;' | xargs --max-lines=1 equery check --

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread James Colby
If it were me, I would still do a emerge -e world, just to be sure. Dale Does emerge -e world add anything to the world file? Do I need to add the --oneshot option to this to keep my world file clean Thanks, James -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Re: Multi-user pop3 mail delivery

2006-11-16 Thread Ralph Slooten
Another problem I am having is that when two users are specified, one existing, and another (non-existing, or even another domain) the message goes to postmaster, and not to the specified user. On 17/11/06, Ralph Slooten [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Guys. I am trying to replace a server setup

Re: [gentoo-user] Accidentally deleted contents of /sbin

2006-11-16 Thread Dale
James Colby wrote: If it were me, I would still do a emerge -e world, just to be sure. Dale Does emerge -e world add anything to the world file? Do I need to add the --oneshot option to this to keep my world file clean Thanks, James From what I understand, it takes the packages listed

[gentoo-user] ymessenger is going??

2006-11-16 Thread Dale
Hi, I did my sync tonight and when I checked for updates I got this: !!! Ebuilds for the following packages are either all !!! masked or don't exist: net-im/ymessenger Is there not going to be a Yahoo messenger anymore? I cranked up Kopete but I sort of like Yahoo better. If it is going,

Re: [gentoo-user] Lag de défilement : mise à jour de libpng ou erreur de config ?

2006-11-16 Thread Mark Shields
On 11/16/06, Nico [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Salut la liste, Je m'arrache les cheveux à essayer de me dépatouiller d'un problème de défilement *ultra* saccadé des pages dans les applis du genre Quanta, Konsole, Konqueror, enfin des programmes de KDE (je suis sous KDE 3.5.5) depuis hier. Il ne

[gentoo-user] How come my 'esearch' isn't updated when I emerge something until the next 'esync'?!

2006-11-16 Thread Daevid Vincent
I always found this annoying... How come when I emerge something, my 'esearch' isn't updated until the next time I do an 'esync'? * www-apps/trac Latest version available: 0.9.6 Latest version installed: [ Not Installed ] Size of downloaded files: 995 kB Homepage:

Re: [gentoo-user] How come my 'esearch' isn't updated when I emerge something until the next 'esync'?!

2006-11-16 Thread Zack Elan
On 2006-11-17 07:30:11 +0100 Daevid Vincent [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How come when I emerge something, my 'esearch' isn't updated until the next time I do an 'esync'? Because esearch uses a database to speed up searches, and that database isn't regenerated until you run esync or eupdatedb.

Re: [gentoo-user] How come my 'esearch' isn't updated when I emerge something until the next 'esync'?!

2006-11-16 Thread Pawel Kraszewski
Dnia piątek, 17 listopada 2006 07:27, Daevid Vincent napisał: I always found this annoying... How come when I emerge something, my 'esearch' isn't updated until the next time I do an 'esync'? Because it is the way it is designed. Well, it is a high time to switch from esearch to eix. Then

Re: [gentoo-user] How come my 'esearch' isn't updated when I emerge something until the next 'esync'?!

2006-11-16 Thread Iain Buchanan
On Thu, 2006-11-16 at 22:27 -0800, Daevid Vincent wrote: I always found this annoying... How come when I emerge something, my 'esearch' isn't updated until the next time I do an 'esync'? because esearch trawls through /usr/portage only when you tell it to, and stores it's info in a database

Re: [gentoo-user] Lag de défilement : mise à jour de libpng ou erreur de config ?

2006-11-16 Thread Ryan Tandy
Nico wrote: Salut la liste, Je m'arrache les cheveux à essayer de me dépatouiller d'un problème de défilement *ultra* saccadé des pages dans les applis du genre Quanta, Konsole, Konqueror, enfin des programmes de KDE (je suis sous KDE 3.5.5) depuis hier. Il ne s'est passé que 2 choses

Re: [gentoo-user] ymessenger is going??

2006-11-16 Thread Richard Fish
On 11/16/06, Dale [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I did my sync tonight and when I checked for updates I got this: !!! Ebuilds for the following packages are either all !!! masked or don't exist: net-im/ymessenger Is there not going to be a Yahoo messenger anymore? I cranked up Kopete but I

[gentoo-user] drupal masked

2006-11-16 Thread Uwe Thiem
Hi folks, all drupal ebuilds have been package masked it seems on the 9th of September. The emerge output refers to bug #98524. I looked it up and it seems to be a very old bug from last year. Curious about yet another possible CMS vulnerability, I searched the gentoo forums and google for