[gentoo-user] kdewebdev-4.1.2 is skipped. Why?

2008-10-22 Thread Andrew Gaydenko
Hi!

kde.org lists kdewebdev-4.1.2 among other downloads. But there is kde-
base/kdewebdev-meta-3.5.10 in portage tree only. Does anybody know why the 
package is deferred?




Re: [gentoo-user] kdewebdev-3.4.2 fails to emerge

2005-08-01 Thread Zac Medico

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Hi,
   after a latest emerge --sync, kdewebdev-3.4.2 fails to e-merge
properly.  I  have ACCEPT_KEYWORDS=~x86 in my /etc/make.conf, and
i've tried using both the gcc3.3.6 compiler, as well as the gcc3.4.4
compiler.  the emerge fails even after an
emerge -e world
any suggestions?



If you post the error message and emerge --info then hopefully that will give 
us a clue.  I've successfully build kdewebdev-meta-3.4.2 on ~x86 with gcc-3.4.3.

Zac
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Re: [gentoo-user] kde-meta minus toys, games, etc

2006-06-02 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
$ ls /usr/portage/kde-base/ | grep meta
kdeaccessibility-meta
kdeaddons-meta
kdeadmin-meta
kdeartwork-meta
kdebase-meta
kdebindings-meta
kdeedu-meta
kdegames-meta
kdegraphics-meta
kde-meta
kdemultimedia-meta
kdenetwork-meta
kdepim-meta
kdesdk-meta
kdetoys-meta
kdeutils-meta
kdewebdev-meta

On Saturday, 3 June 2006 6:13, Mick wrote:
 On 02/06/06, Raymond Lewis Rebbeck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  They're the same as the monolithic packages but with -meta on the end.
 
  Easiest way to see what is in them: # emerge -pv foo-meta

 Thanks.
 Where's the complete list of available meta packages?
 --
 Regards,
 Mick

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Re: [gentoo-user] Issues with Dependencies

2006-03-31 Thread Manuel McLure

Lord Sauron wrote:

Hi, I'm having a bit more trouble.

I'm trying to re-compile KDE so that maybe some functionality which
didn't compile right the first time will work.  However, it says I've
got some broken dependencies.

localhost ~ # emerge --pretend kde

These are the packages that I would merge, in order:

Calculating dependencies ...done!
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kbounce-3.4* (is blocking kde-base/kdegames-3.4.3)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/libkdegames-3.4* (is blocking kde-base/kdegames-3.4.3)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdemultimedia-kioslaves-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.4.3)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdemultimedia-arts-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.4.3)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/libkcddb-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.4.3)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/klaptopdaemon-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdeutils-3.4.3-r1)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kommander-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdewebdev-3.4.3-r1)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kxsldbg-3.4* (is blocking kde-base/kdewebdev-3.4.3-r1)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kfilereplace-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdewebdev-3.4.3-r1)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/klinkstatus-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdewebdev-3.4.3-r1)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kimagemapeditor-3.4* (is blocking
kde-base/kdewebdev-3.4.3-r1)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/quanta-3.4* (is blocking kde-base/kdewebdev-3.4.3-r1)


It looks like you installed KDE originally using the split ebuilds - 
i.e. kde-meta instead of kde. Try


emerge --pretend kde-meta

and see if that doesn't give blocking messages. I expect it won't.


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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: emerge -DuvatN world doesn't show all upgradeable packages

2008-04-08 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Tuesday 08 April 2008, Michael Schmarck wrote:
 Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  The other option is to use the kde*meta ebuilds, which do directly
  depend on the sub-ordinate packages. This is what I do and I don't
  get the effect you observed.

 Thanks.

 I think I removed kde-meta, because it installs too much stuff,
 that I don't need (like kppp). It would be nice, if the kde-meta
 ebuild would be more like the gst-plugins-meta package, in that
 it sould allow the user to specify what he wants to get installed
 and what not. It shouldn't be an all or nothing approach, IMO.

 Michael

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ ls -1d /var/portage/kde-base/*meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdeaccessibility-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdeaddons-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdeadmin-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdeartwork-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdebase-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdebindings-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdeedu-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdegames-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdegraphics-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kde-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdemultimedia-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdenetwork-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdepim-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdesdk-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdetoys-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdeutils-meta
/var/portage/kde-base/kdewebdev-meta

Use these instead of kde-meta. If you want only some stuff in one of 
those and not everything, omit the -meta, look inside it's ebuild and 
install the DEPENDS you do want.

Same result as what you asked for, different means of achieving it.

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Re: [gentoo-user] kde update

2011-05-31 Thread Alan McKinnon
Apparently, though unproven, at 17:27 on Tuesday 31 May 2011, Mark Knecht did 
opine thusly:

 On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Paul Hartman
 
 paul.hartman+gen...@gmail.com wrote:
  On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Alain DIDIERJEAN
  
  alain.didierj...@free.fr wrote:
  Trying to update from kde4.5 to kde4.6
  
  I find that it is easier to unmerge old version :4.5 KDE, then emerge
  the new version :4.6. Upgrade always seems to be a mess like that.
 
 Probably there's no real problem but I think in my recent machines if
 I've chosen the KDE profile and try something like emerge -Cp kde-meta
 then there are lots of warning messages about how I'm removing parts
 of @system. It's unlikely (in my mind anyway) that anything would be
 removed that stops one from doing the 4.6 emerge, but if one goes this
 way they should look very carefully at what's getting taken out just
 to make sure.

You must have something badly wrong with your @system. kde-meta depends on:

RDEPEND=
$(add_kdebase_dep kate)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdeadmin-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdeartwork-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdebase-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdeedu-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdegames-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdegraphics-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdemultimedia-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdenetwork-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdeplasma-addons)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdetoys-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdeutils-meta)
accessibility? ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdeaccessibility-meta) )
nls? ( $(add_kdebase_dep kde-l10n) )
sdk? (
$(add_kdebase_dep kdebindings-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdesdk-meta)
$(add_kdebase_dep kdewebdev-meta)
)
semantic-desktop? ( || (
( $(add_kdebase_dep kdepim-meta '' 4.5.93) )
( $(add_kdebase_dep kdepim-meta '' 4.4.9) )
) )


A few extra packages and a lot of other meta packages. emerge -Cp will 
remove only that one package, it won;t even remove the deps.


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Re: [gentoo-user] kde update

2011-05-31 Thread Dale

Alan McKinnon wrote:

Apparently, though unproven, at 17:27 on Tuesday 31 May 2011, Mark Knecht did
opine thusly:

   

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Paul Hartman

paul.hartman+gen...@gmail.com  wrote:
 

On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Alain DIDIERJEAN

alain.didierj...@free.fr  wrote:
   

Trying to update from kde4.5 to kde4.6
 

I find that it is easier to unmerge old version :4.5 KDE, then emerge
the new version :4.6. Upgrade always seems to be a mess like that.
   

Probably there's no real problem but I think in my recent machines if
I've chosen the KDE profile and try something like emerge -Cp kde-meta
then there are lots of warning messages about how I'm removing parts
of @system. It's unlikely (in my mind anyway) that anything would be
removed that stops one from doing the 4.6 emerge, but if one goes this
way they should look very carefully at what's getting taken out just
to make sure.
 

You must have something badly wrong with your @system. kde-meta depends on:

RDEPEND=
 $(add_kdebase_dep kate)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdeadmin-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdeartwork-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdebase-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdeedu-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdegames-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdegraphics-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdemultimedia-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdenetwork-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdeplasma-addons)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdetoys-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdeutils-meta)
 accessibility? ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdeaccessibility-meta) )
 nls? ( $(add_kdebase_dep kde-l10n) )
 sdk? (
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdebindings-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdesdk-meta)
 $(add_kdebase_dep kdewebdev-meta)
 )
 semantic-desktop? ( || (
 ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdepim-meta '' 4.5.93) )
 ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdepim-meta '' 4.4.9) )
 ) )


A few extra packages and a lot of other meta packages. emerge -Cp will
remove only that one package, it won;t even remove the deps.


   


Does anyone remember the discussion I had about kde packages being in 
the system set when doing a emerge -e system?  If I for example unmerge 
kde-meta then run --depclean, I bet I would get the error about system 
packages being removed.  It may be because of USE flags but this was 
what I was concerned about during the last discussion.  Having GUI 
packages, especially KDE, included in the system set, even if because of 
USE flags, is going to lead to problems at some point.


Or maybe I am reading all this wrong?

Dale

:-)  :-)



Re: [gentoo-user] How to update (only) all installed KDE packages

2010-03-03 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
On Mittwoch 03 März 2010, Helmut Jarausch wrote:
 On  3 Mar, Volker Armin Hemmann wrote:
  On Mittwoch 03 März 2010, Helmut Jarausch wrote:
  Hi,
  
  I'd like to upgrade all my installed package from, say, kde-base/* .
  emerge -u kde-base/kde-meta doesn't work unfortunately.
  
  Is there something easier than
  eix --only-names -I 'kde-base/*' | xargs emerge -uv1 -j4 --keep-going
  
  Many thanks for a hint,
  Helmut.
  
  emerge -u @kde
  
  if you have used sets and a recent portage version this should work
  nicely.
 
 Thanks, I had hoped that, but where is the set '@kde'
 
 I have portage-2.2_63 but
 emerge --list-sets
 only reports
 
 downgrade
 installed
 live-rebuild
 module-rebuild
 preserved-rebuild
 rebuilt-binaries
 security
 selected
 system
 unavailable
 world
 
 
 Helmut.

hm, mine is a bit bigger...

kde
kde-4.3
kde-4.4
kde-4.5
kde-extras-live
kde-live
kdeaccessibility
kdeaccessibility-4.3
kdeaccessibility-4.4
kdeaccessibility-4.5
kdeaccessibility-live
kdeadmin
kdeadmin-4.3
kdeadmin-4.4
kdeadmin-4.5
kdeadmin-live
kdeartwork
kdeartwork-4.3
kdeartwork-4.4
kdeartwork-4.5
kdeartwork-live
kdebase
kdebase-4.3
kdebase-4.4
kdebase-4.5
kdebase-live
kdebindings
kdebindings-4.3
kdebindings-4.4
kdebindings-4.5
kdebindings-live
kdedeps-4.4
kdedeps-4.5
kdedeps-live
kdeedu
kdeedu-4.3
kdeedu-4.4
kdeedu-4.5
kdeedu-live
kdegames
kdegames-4.3
kdegames-4.4
kdegames-4.5
kdegames-live
kdegraphics
kdegraphics-4.3
kdegraphics-4.4
kdegraphics-4.5
kdegraphics-live
kdelibs
kdelibs-4.3
kdelibs-4.4
kdelibs-4.5
kdelibs-live
kdemultimedia
kdemultimedia-4.3
kdemultimedia-4.4
kdemultimedia-4.5
kdemultimedia-live
kdenetwork
kdenetwork-4.3
kdenetwork-4.4
kdenetwork-4.5
kdenetwork-live
kdeoptional
kdeoptional-4.3
kdeoptional-4.4
kdeoptional-4.5
kdeoptional-live
kdepim
kdepim-4.3
kdepim-4.4
kdepim-4.5
kdepim-live
kdesdk
kdesdk-4.3
kdesdk-4.4
kdesdk-4.5
kdesdk-live
kdetoys
kdetoys-4.3
kdetoys-4.4
kdetoys-4.5
kdetoys-live
kdeutils
kdeutils-4.3
kdeutils-4.4
kdeutils-4.5
kdeutils-live
kdewebdev
kdewebdev-4.3
kdewebdev-4.4
kdewebdev-4.5
kdewebdev-live
koffice
koffice-2
koffice-live
live-rebuild
maemo6
module-rebuild
plasmoids
plasmoids-live
preserved-rebuild
qt
qt-all-4.5
qt-all-4.5-live-kde
qt-all-4.5-live-nokia
qt-all-4.6
qt-all-4.6-live-kde
qt-all-4.6-live-nokia
qt-all-live-kde
qt-all-live-nokia
qt-extras-live
rebuilt-binaries
security
selected
system
unavailable
world


because of the KDE overlay (and qt and X) 
but you could create your own set in /etc/portage/sets

or you could unpack that tarball I send you off list in /etc/portage/sets



Re: [gentoo-user] Portage 2.2

2013-07-24 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 12:46:59 +0200, Alan McKinnon wrote:

  What does that mean? set1 and one of set2 or set 3? Or both set1 and
  set2 or set3 only? I'm not sure how this would be useful but I can
  certainly see how it would cause confusion and problems, but I hadn't
  heard if it before.
  

 
 It's standard mathematical set operators. In maths, a set is defined as
 a collection of well-defined objects. Sets have no dupes.
 
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Set_%28mathematics%29
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Set_theory
 
 Sets have several well-defined operations that can be done on them:
 union, intersection, difference plus a few others.
 
 @set1+@set2/@set3 reduces to:
 
 all the elements of set1 and set2 without the elements that are in set3
 (/ is difference).
 
 As an example, assume portage ships two sets @kde and @kdedev:
 
 @kde
   kdeadmin-meta
   kdebase-meta
   kdemultimedia-meta
   kdepim-meta
   ...
 
 @kdedev
   kdewebdev-meta
   kdebindings-meta
   kdesdk-meta
 
 
 However, kmail sucks and akonadi sucks moar, so define for yourself
 
 @suckykde
   kdepim-meta
 
 And add to your world sets:
 
 @kde+@kdedev/@suckykde
 

I see, what about operator precedence, is that equivalent to

(@kde+@kdedev)/@kdesuckykde or @kde+(@kdedev/@kdesuckykde)

It's been a long time since I studied set operators at Uni :(


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Re: [gentoo-user] kde update

2011-05-31 Thread Alan McKinnon
Apparently, though unproven, at 22:00 on Tuesday 31 May 2011, Dale did opine 
thusly:

 Alan McKinnon wrote:
  Apparently, though unproven, at 17:27 on Tuesday 31 May 2011, Mark Knecht
  did
  
  opine thusly:
  On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 8:11 AM, Paul Hartman
  
  paul.hartman+gen...@gmail.com  wrote:
  On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Alain DIDIERJEAN
  
  alain.didierj...@free.fr  wrote:
  Trying to update from kde4.5 to kde4.6
  
  I find that it is easier to unmerge old version :4.5 KDE, then emerge
  the new version :4.6. Upgrade always seems to be a mess like that.
  
  Probably there's no real problem but I think in my recent machines if
  I've chosen the KDE profile and try something like emerge -Cp kde-meta
  then there are lots of warning messages about how I'm removing parts
  of @system. It's unlikely (in my mind anyway) that anything would be
  removed that stops one from doing the 4.6 emerge, but if one goes this
  way they should look very carefully at what's getting taken out just
  to make sure.
  
  You must have something badly wrong with your @system. kde-meta depends
  on:
  
  RDEPEND=
  
   $(add_kdebase_dep kate)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdeadmin-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdeartwork-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdebase-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdeedu-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdegames-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdegraphics-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdemultimedia-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdenetwork-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdeplasma-addons)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdetoys-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdeutils-meta)
   accessibility? ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdeaccessibility-meta) )
   nls? ( $(add_kdebase_dep kde-l10n) )
   sdk? (
   
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdebindings-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdesdk-meta)
   $(add_kdebase_dep kdewebdev-meta)
   
   )
   semantic-desktop? ( || (
   
   ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdepim-meta '' 4.5.93) )
   ( $(add_kdebase_dep kdepim-meta '' 4.4.9) )
   
   ) )
  
  
  
  A few extra packages and a lot of other meta packages. emerge -Cp will
  remove only that one package, it won;t even remove the deps.
 
 Does anyone remember the discussion I had about kde packages being in
 the system set when doing a emerge -e system?  If I for example unmerge
 kde-meta then run --depclean, I bet I would get the error about system
 packages being removed.  It may be because of USE flags but this was
 what I was concerned about during the last discussion.  Having GUI
 packages, especially KDE, included in the system set, even if because of
 USE flags, is going to lead to problems at some point.
 
 Or maybe I am reading all this wrong?

You understand it wrong.

system (or @system for portage versions that support sets) consists of the 
minimum collection of packages for a gentoo system to work at all. It is 
wholly inappropriate for even a profile to add kde to @system - even the kde 
profiles. All those do is set USE flags and an environment suitable for KDE to 
be install, the profile does not cause KDE to be install. You still need to 
emerge kde yourself.

Proof:

The contents of @system are defined by the various files called packages in 
the profile dir. But:

nazgul profiles # find . -name packages | xargs grep kde
nazgul profiles #

There is nothing you can do with USE flags that will cause stuff to be added 
to @system. That is not how it works.


-- 
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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Thanks and bye for now

2008-12-29 Thread Dale
Norberto Bensa wrote:
 Quoting Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com:

 It is software on mine.  I can boot the new kernels and it is jumpy as
 crap.  It is really slow to respond and when it does, it just jerks all
 over the place and is difficult to click on links and buttons.  I can
 reboot with the old kernel and it works fine, just like it should.  Same
 mouse, same computer, same everything except a different kernel.  I can
 repeat that process and get the same results every time.

 Do you use evdev?



 
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This is what I have installed according to equery:

r...@smoker / # equery list dev
[ Searching for package 'dev' in all categories among: ]
 * installed packages
[I--] [ ~] kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-3.5.10 (3.5)
[I--] [  ] sys-fs/device-mapper-1.02.24-r1 (0)
[I--] [  ] sys-fs/udev-124-r1 (0)
r...@smoker / #

Point is, the only thing that changes is the kernel.  Same KDE, same
user, same everything except for the kernel.  Is there something
different that the new kernels require with regard to udev?  Do I need a
newer unstable udev installed for the new kernels?

Dale

:-)  :-) 



Re: [gentoo-user] qt3support USE flag. Is it needed now?

2010-10-07 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Thursday 07 October 2010 20:40:32 Dale wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I have a question.  I'm using KDE4, about to switch to 4.5.2.  Do I
 need qt3support anymore?  I'm talking about the USE flag qt3support.
  I run into blocks sometimes and I know KDE3 needed qt3.  I'm just
 curious if I can get rid of this USE flag now.  I only have KDE4
 installed.  No more KDE3 left that I know of.

I have KDE-4.5.2 here. I get this:

$ USE=-qt3support emerge -upDvN world

These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies ... done!

emerge: there are no ebuilds built with USE flags to satisfy =x11-
libs/qt-sql-4.6.3:4[qt3support].   

!!! One of the following packages is required to complete your request:
- x11-libs/qt-sql-4.6.3-r2 (Change USE: +qt3support)
(dependency required by kde-base/kfilereplace-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by @selected)
(dependency required by @world [argument])

So it looks as though I at least can't get rid of it.

-- 
Rgds
Peter.  Linux Counter 5290, 1994-04-23.



[gentoo-user] Left hand yes, right hand no

2011-01-16 Thread Peter Humphrey
Oh, very droll! I just had to laugh at this:

# emerge --sync
[...]
$ emerge -puDv world
[...]
emerge: there are no ebuilds built with USE flags to satisfy ~x11-
libs/qt-gui-4.7.1[accessibility=,aqua=,debug=].
 
!!! One of the following packages is required to complete your request:
- x11-libs/qt-gui-4.7.1-r1 (Change USE: -accessibility)
- x11-libs/qt-svg-4.7.1-r1 (Change USE: +accessibility)
(dependency required by x11-libs/qt-svg-4.7.1-r1 [ebuild])
(dependency required by sys-auth/polkit-kde-0.95.1-r1 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kdelibs-4.5.5 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kfilereplace-4.5.5 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-4.5.5 [installed])
(dependency required by @selected)
(dependency required by @world [argument])

Currently the accessibility USE flag is unset. Portage is at 
2.2.0_alpha15, python at 2.7.1.

-- 
Rgds
Peter.  Linux Counter 5290, 1994-04-23.



Re: [gentoo-user] Left hand yes, right hand no

2011-01-16 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
On Sunday 16 January 2011 10:26:49 Peter Humphrey wrote:
 Oh, very droll! I just had to laugh at this:
 
 # emerge --sync
 [...]
 $ emerge -puDv world
 [...]
 emerge: there are no ebuilds built with USE flags to satisfy ~x11-
 libs/qt-gui-4.7.1[accessibility=,aqua=,debug=].
 !!! One of the following packages is required to complete your request:
 - x11-libs/qt-gui-4.7.1-r1 (Change USE: -accessibility)
 - x11-libs/qt-svg-4.7.1-r1 (Change USE: +accessibility)
 (dependency required by x11-libs/qt-svg-4.7.1-r1 [ebuild])
 (dependency required by sys-auth/polkit-kde-0.95.1-r1 [installed])
 (dependency required by kde-base/kdelibs-4.5.5 [installed])
 (dependency required by kde-base/kfilereplace-4.5.5 [installed])
 (dependency required by kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-4.5.5 [installed])
 (dependency required by @selected)
 (dependency required by @world [argument])
 
 Currently the accessibility USE flag is unset. Portage is at
 2.2.0_alpha15, python at 2.7.1.

yeah, that accessibility crap again *sigh*, just spare yourself a headache and 
set =x11-libs/qt-svg-4.7.1-r1 accessibility




Re: [gentoo-user] KDE4.0?

2008-01-24 Thread maxim wexler

--- Justin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 
 
 maxim wexler schrieb:
  Hi group,
 
  $eix kde gives:
 

 did you do an update-eix?

yes


 kde-4 ist masked. THink thats why it doesn show up.
 What does ls
 /usr/portage/kde-base/ says?

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ $ ls /usr/portage/kde-base/
akregatorkdeartwork-styles
 kimagemapeditor   ksmiletris
amor kdeartwork-wallpapers
 kitchensync   ksmserver
ark  kdebase  
 kiten ksnake
arts kdebase-data 
 kjots ksnapshot
artsplugin-akode kdebase-kioslaves
 kjsembed  ksokoban
artsplugin-audiofile kdebase-meta 
 kjumpingcube  kspaceduel
artsplugin-mpeglib   kdebase-pam  
 klaptopdaemon ksplashml
artsplugin-mpg123kdebase-startkde 
 klatinkspy
artsplugin-xine  kdebindings-meta 
 klettres  kstars
atlantik kdebugdialog 
 klickety  kstart
atlantikdesigner kdeedu   
 klinesksvg
blinken  kdeedu-applnk
 klinkstatus   ksync
certmanager  kdeedu-meta  
 klipper   ksysguard
cervisia kdegames 
 kmag  ksystraycmd
dcopckdegames-meta
 kmahjongg ksysv
dcopjava kdegraphics  
 kmail ktalkd
dcopperl kdegraphics-kfile-plugins
 kmailcvt  kteatime
dcoppython   kdegraphics-meta 
 kmenuedit ktimer
dcoprss  kdejava  
 kmid  ktip
drkonqi  kdelibs  
 kmilo ktnef
eyesapplet   kdelirc  
 kminesktouch
fifteenappletkdemultimedia
 kmix  ktron
juk  kdemultimedia-arts   
 kmoon kttsd
kaboodle
kdemultimedia-kappfinder-data  kmousetool   
ktuberling
kaddressbook
kdemultimedia-kfile-pluginskmouth   
kturtle
kaddressbook-plugins kdemultimedia-kioslaves  
 kmplotktux
kalarm   kdemultimedia-meta   
 kmrml kuickshow
kalyptus kdenetwork   
 kmtrace   kuiviewer
kalzium  kdenetwork-filesharing   
 knetattachkuser
kamera   kdenetwork-kfile-plugins 
 knetwalk  kverbos
kanagram kdenetwork-meta  
 knewsticker   kview
kandykdepasswd
 knewsticker-scripts   kviewshell
kappfinder   kdepim   
 knode kvoctrain
kapptemplate kdepim-kioslaves 
 knoteskwalletmanager
karm kdepim-kresources
 kode  kweather
kasteroids   kdepim-meta  
 kodo  kwifimanager
kate kdepim-wizards   
 kolf  kwin
kate-plugins kdeprint 
 kolourpaint   kwin4
katomic  kdesdk   
 kommander kwordquiz
kaudiocreatorkdesdk-kfile-plugins 
 kompare   kworldclock
kbabel   kdesdk-kioslaves 
 konq-plugins  kxkb
kbackgammon  kdesdk-meta  
 konqueror kxsldbg
kbattleship  kdesdk-misc  
 konqueror-akregator   libkcal
kblackboxkdesdk-scripts   
 konquest  libkcddb
kbounce  kdesktop 
 konsole   libkdeedu
kbruch   kdesu
 konsolekalendar   libkdegames
kbstateappletkdetoys  
 kontact   libkdenetwork
kbugbuster   kdetoys-meta 
 kontact-specialdates  libkdepim
kcachegrind  kdeutils 
 kooka libkholidays
kcalckdeutils-meta
 kopetelibkmime
kcharselect  kdewebdev
 korganizerlibkonq
kcheckpass   kdewebdev-meta   
 korn

Re: [gentoo-user] Portage 2.2

2013-07-24 Thread Alan McKinnon
On 24/07/2013 12:17, Neil Bothwick wrote:
 On Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:00:54 +0400, Pavel Volkov wrote:
 
 It initially suported set arithmetic (you could writes expressions like
 @set1+@set2/@set3), I wonder why it was dropped :)
 
 What does that mean? set1 and one of set2 or set 3? Or both set1 and set2
 or set3 only? I'm not sure how this would be useful but I can certainly
 see how it would cause confusion and problems, but I hadn't heard if it
 before.
 
 

It's standard mathematical set operators. In maths, a set is defined as
a collection of well-defined objects. Sets have no dupes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Set_%28mathematics%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Set_theory

Sets have several well-defined operations that can be done on them:
union, intersection, difference plus a few others.

@set1+@set2/@set3 reduces to:

all the elements of set1 and set2 without the elements that are in set3
(/ is difference).

As an example, assume portage ships two sets @kde and @kdedev:

@kde
  kdeadmin-meta
  kdebase-meta
  kdemultimedia-meta
  kdepim-meta
  ...

@kdedev
  kdewebdev-meta
  kdebindings-meta
  kdesdk-meta


However, kmail sucks and akonadi sucks moar, so define for yourself

@suckykde
  kdepim-meta

And add to your world sets:

@kde+@kdedev/@suckykde

effectively giving you kde without kde-pim.
Without operators, you have to copy-paste an existing set and maually
remove the entriess you don't want.

Useful, not so?
Well, it all gets extremely murky very very quickly. Portage applies
more than just mathematical sets, there's this concept of deps that are
not part of set theory.

What if something in set1 has a dep, and that dep is listed in set3 and
must be removed. To resolve this, you must have precedence rules and
must ignore something. You either ignore set3 and install anyway, or
throw a blocker and say the item is required in set1.

Either way there's no clean way to do it and lots of users are going to
get annoyed. Not to mention the extra bug reports





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alan.mckin...@gmail.com




Re: [gentoo-user] FIXED: Re: KDE3 removal

2009-11-26 Thread Mick
On Thursday 26 November 2009 19:20:26 Alan McKinnon wrote:
 On Thursday 26 November 2009 19:34:34 James wrote:
  kde-4.3.1 went smooth, except
  for I have to manually removed all the kde-3.5 packages.
  It had kde-meta-3.5.10. Is there some syntax or a better
  method to insure all the kde-3.5.x packages are removed,
  without a manual sweep?
 
 grep kde /var/lib/portage/world
 and eyeball the output. There should only be -meta packages, and individual
 packages for which you have NOT installed the -meta package, in there. vi
  the world file and remove the stuff that shouldn't be there, then

That's a good point ... over the years I have accumulated all sorts of 
packages I am not sure I need (by forgetting to use --oneshot).  Should these 
be in there?

kde-base/akregator
kde-base/ark
kde-base/drkonqi
kde-base/kaddressbook
kde-base/kappfinder
kde-base/kate
kde-base/kcalc
kde-base/kcharselect
kde-base/kcheckpass
kde-base/kcminit
kde-base/kcontrol
kde-base/kcron
kde-base/kdeadmin-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdeartwork-emoticons
kde-base/kdeartwork-iconthemes
kde-base/kdeartwork-kscreensaver
kde-base/kdeartwork-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdeartwork-sounds
kde-base/kdeartwork-styles
kde-base/kdeartwork-wallpapers
kde-base/kdebase-data
kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves
kde-base/kdebase-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdebase-startkde
kde-base/kdebugdialog
kde-base/kdegraphics-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdelibs
kde-base/kdemultimedia-kioslaves
kde-base/kdemultimedia-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdenetwork-filesharing
kde-base/kdenetwork-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdepasswd
kde-base/kdepim-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdesu
kde-base/kdeutils-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdewebdev-meta  --Yes
kde-base/kdf
kde-base/kdialog
kde-base/kdm
kde-base/kdnssd
kde-base/kfilereplace
kde-base/kfloppy
kde-base/kgamma
kde-base/kget
kde-base/kghostview
kde-base/kgpg
kde-base/khelpcenter
kde-base/khotkeys
kde-base/kicker
kde-base/kimagemapeditor
kde-base/kjots
kde-base/klinkstatus
kde-base/klipper
kde-base/kmail
kde-base/kmenuedit
kde-base/kmix
kde-base/knetattach
kde-base/knetworkconf
kde-base/kolourpaint
kde-base/kommander
kde-base/konqueror
kde-base/konsole
kde-base/kontact
kde-base/kopete
kde-base/kppp
kde-base/krdc
kde-base/kreadconfig
kde-base/krfb
kde-base/kruler
kde-base/kscd
kde-base/kscreensaver
kde-base/ksmserver
kde-base/ksnapshot
kde-base/kstart
kde-base/ksysguard
kde-base/ksystraycmd
kde-base/ktimer
kde-base/kuser
kde-base/kweather
kde-base/kwin
kde-base/kxsldbg
kde-base/libkcddb
kde-base/libkdepim
kde-base/libkonq
kde-base/nsplugins


Other than the metas which I have marked with --Yes I'm not sure I need the 
rest.  Shall I blow them away?

 emerge -C all-kde3.5-meta-packages-in-world  emerge -a --depclean
 

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Re: [gentoo-user] FIXED: Re: KDE3 removal

2009-11-26 Thread Dale


That's a good point ... over the years I have accumulated all sorts of
packages I am not sure I need (by forgetting to use --oneshot).  Should these
be in there?

kde-base/akregator
kde-base/ark
kde-base/drkonqi
kde-base/kaddressbook
kde-base/kappfinder
kde-base/kate
kde-base/kcalc
kde-base/kcharselect
kde-base/kcheckpass
kde-base/kcminit
kde-base/kcontrol
kde-base/kcron
kde-base/kdeadmin-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdeartwork-emoticons
kde-base/kdeartwork-iconthemes
kde-base/kdeartwork-kscreensaver
kde-base/kdeartwork-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdeartwork-sounds
kde-base/kdeartwork-styles
kde-base/kdeartwork-wallpapers
kde-base/kdebase-data
kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves
kde-base/kdebase-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdebase-startkde
kde-base/kdebugdialog
kde-base/kdegraphics-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdelibs
kde-base/kdemultimedia-kioslaves
kde-base/kdemultimedia-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdenetwork-filesharing
kde-base/kdenetwork-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdepasswd
kde-base/kdepim-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdesu
kde-base/kdeutils-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdewebdev-meta--Yes
kde-base/kdf
kde-base/kdialog
kde-base/kdm
kde-base/kdnssd
kde-base/kfilereplace
kde-base/kfloppy
kde-base/kgamma
kde-base/kget
kde-base/kghostview
kde-base/kgpg
kde-base/khelpcenter
kde-base/khotkeys
kde-base/kicker
kde-base/kimagemapeditor
kde-base/kjots
kde-base/klinkstatus
kde-base/klipper
kde-base/kmail
kde-base/kmenuedit
kde-base/kmix
kde-base/knetattach
kde-base/knetworkconf
kde-base/kolourpaint
kde-base/kommander
kde-base/konqueror
kde-base/konsole
kde-base/kontact
kde-base/kopete
kde-base/kppp
kde-base/krdc
kde-base/kreadconfig
kde-base/krfb
kde-base/kruler
kde-base/kscd
kde-base/kscreensaver
kde-base/ksmserver
kde-base/ksnapshot
kde-base/kstart
kde-base/ksysguard
kde-base/ksystraycmd
kde-base/ktimer
kde-base/kuser
kde-base/kweather
kde-base/kwin
kde-base/kxsldbg
kde-base/libkcddb
kde-base/libkdepim
kde-base/libkonq
kde-base/nsplugins


Other than the metas which I have marked with --Yes I'm not sure I need the
rest.  Shall I blow them away?

   


I have a rather bloated kde install and this is mine:

r...@smoker / # grep kde /var/lib/portage/world
kde-base/kde-meta
kde-base/kde-meta:3.5
kde-misc/youtube-servicemenu
r...@smoker / #

You can always remove those things, run -p --depclean and add back with 
the -n option what you want to keep.


Dale

:-)  :-)

P. S.  Upgraded to Seamonkey 2.0 and I got to adjust a few settings 
here.  :/  It looks good on the screen but the quoting part . . . . sucks.





[gentoo-user] Re: KDE (mono to meta) migration

2006-06-24 Thread James
Bo Ørsted Andresen bo.andresen at zlin.dk writes:


 You weren't. Blocks are only within the same slot. In fact the split packages 
 blocks only the monolithic package they belong to.


Sorry, my last response got butchered. Gmane get's rediculous somethings
borderline upsurd on it's request to make lines shorter and other response
formating issues.

I have gotten ride of all of the blocking, by unmerging everthing kde I could 
find:

525   emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdegraphics
526  emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdemultimedia
snip

  Before or after the emerge -uavDN kde-meta?

 If you are removing stuff it doesn't matter. If you are remerging stuff it 
 should be after. If you do it before it will be built against the old version 
 again which is pretty pointless.

another  pair of 'revdep-rebuild' seemed to have worked?

However, the last time I did this I got a ton of blocking isses.
One more retry. I post again if this does not work.


One of the KDE devs should put out a tool or script to completely
nuke kde, then let folks run 
emerge -uavDN kde-meta' and be done with it. Disk space is cheap
and I do not have time to 'hack' at kde across 7 workstations.
Re compiling everything from from scratch is no bid deal. Waisting
lots of timer, per machine to migrate from monolithic to meta
has wasted quite a lot of time, and I still have 6 more machines to go.

So on the next machine, here's my steps to completely nuke kde
install kde-meta:

First:
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeartwork
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdegames
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeaddons
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdewebdev
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeadmin
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdegraphics
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdemultimedia
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdepim
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeutils
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeedu
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdebase
# emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdetoys


Second:
Now remove all old kde 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4 kruft
# cd /var/db/pkg  emerge -Cva kde-base/*-3.{2,3,4}* 
# env-update  source /etc/profile  etc-update  update-eix  eupdatedb

Third:
clean up broken links
# revdep-rebuild -p
# revdep-rebuild
# emerge --sync
# env-update  source /etc/profile  etc-update

Fourth:
install kde-meta
emerge -uavDNp kde-meta
if blocking occurs, unmerge clocking packages and return to Second

emerge -uavDN kde-meta


Did I miss anything? Did I get anything out of order?
Please edit to make this a mechanical process, or add in 
options at the right place to go the selection of
individual kde packages after installing kdebase-meta?


PS I sure hope this helps other avoid this time-sync.
sincerely,
James







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Re: [gentoo-user] A gentoo kind of dependency heck

2006-06-11 Thread Richard Fish

On 6/11/06, Kevin O'Gorman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I first guess is to unmerge everything KDE, but even then, I'm not quite
sure what I should emerge in its place.  kde-meta?



Would some kind soul who understands such stuff spell out the steps to get
to a useable and maintainable system.  I no longer have a maintainable one.


Well at this point you need to decide whether you want to continue
with the monolithic builds or move to the split ebuilds.

Continue with monolithic:
+System keeps working, for now.
+Easy to fix current problem.
-No future.  Monolithic builds will probably not be available for KDE 4.x.

Move to monolithic:
+The way of the future.
+Quicker, easier bug fixes.
-Risk (merging might fail for some reason).
-WIll take a while, as you need to recompile a bunch of stuff.

If you decide you want to stay with the monolithic, then just unmerge
everything that portage says is blocking when you try to  merge
kdepim, and then merge kdepim.

If you decide to move to the split ebuilds, you should:

1. Do a quickpkg of

kde-base/kdelibs
kde-base/kdebase
kde-base/kdeaddons
kde-base/kdeadmin
kde-base/kdeartwork
kde-base/kdeedu
kde-base/kdegames
kde-base/kdegraphics
kde-base/kdemultimedia
kde-base/kdenetwork
kde-base/kdepim
kde-base/kdetoys
kde-base/kdeutils
kde-base/kdewebdev

If something goes wrong in the migration, this will allow you to
revert to the current monolithic builds quickly.

2. Unmerge all kde-base/* packages.  Use 'emerge --depclean --pretend'
to find the other dependancies of kde-base/kde that are installed, and
remove those as well.  (or just use the list above!)

3. Merge kde-base/kde-meta.  This will take a long time.

If something goes wrong that you cannot figure out, you should be able
to reverse this by unmerging kde-base/kde-meta, plus all kde-base/*
packages (again, --depclean --pretend can help here, or look in
/var/db/pkg/kde-base).  Then remerge the current kde with emerge
--usepkgonly kde-base/kde.

HTH,
-Richard
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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Thanks and bye for now

2008-12-29 Thread Mick
On Monday 29 December 2008, Dale wrote:
 Norberto Bensa wrote:

  Do you use evdev?

 This is what I have installed according to equery:

 r...@smoker / # equery list dev
 [ Searching for package 'dev' in all categories among: ]
  * installed packages
 [I--] [ ~] kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-3.5.10 (3.5)
 [I--] [  ] sys-fs/device-mapper-1.02.24-r1 (0)
 [I--] [  ] sys-fs/udev-124-r1 (0)
 r...@smoker / #

 Point is, the only thing that changes is the kernel.  Same KDE, same
 user, same everything except for the kernel.  Is there something
 different that the new kernels require with regard to udev?  Do I need a
 newer unstable udev installed for the new kernels?

The package/driver is evdev (not udev).

I wouldn't be joining the chorus of disgruntled users pointing at half baked 
kernels with problematic drivers because kernels (for me) have been pretty 
stable for years now.  However, that was before 2.6.27-gentoo-r7.  My problem 
seems to be two fold:

a)Looong delay (around a whole minute or so) waiting on the penguin logo 
before the kernel is loaded and the main boot up occurs.
b)My sound card is not recognised by alsa which barfs and never loads.

I have posted on a different thread (which has not attracted any responses)

http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.user/207339

and I assume that my kernel problems are not that common in the Gentoo user 
community.  I haven't yet posted a bug on it - but if subsequent kernels do 
not fix it and my confidence that I have not performed some kernel 
configuration error increases I will do so.  After all without bug reports 
how would the devs know what's borked for the users?
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Re: [gentoo-user] qt3support USE flag. Is it needed now?

2010-10-07 Thread Dale

Peter Humphrey wrote:

On Thursday 07 October 2010 20:40:32 Dale wrote:
   

Hi,

I have a question.  I'm using KDE4, about to switch to 4.5.2.  Do I
need qt3support anymore?  I'm talking about the USE flag qt3support.
  I run into blocks sometimes and I know KDE3 needed qt3.  I'm just
curious if I can get rid of this USE flag now.  I only have KDE4
installed.  No more KDE3 left that I know of.
 

I have KDE-4.5.2 here. I get this:

$ USE=-qt3support emerge -upDvN world

These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies ... done!

emerge: there are no ebuilds built with USE flags to satisfy =x11-
libs/qt-sql-4.6.3:4[qt3support].
!!! One of the following packages is required to complete your request:
- x11-libs/qt-sql-4.6.3-r2 (Change USE: +qt3support)
(dependency required by kde-base/kfilereplace-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by @selected)
(dependency required by @world [argument])

So it looks as though I at least can't get rid of it.

   


It also looks like I can't get rid of it.  lol  I guess it will have to 
stay, for now anyway.


Thanks.

Dale

:-)  :-)



[gentoo-user] Re: qt3support USE flag. Is it needed now?

2010-10-07 Thread Nikos Chantziaras

On 10/08/2010 01:24 AM, Dale wrote:

Peter Humphrey wrote:

On Thursday 07 October 2010 20:40:32 Dale wrote:

Hi,

I have a question. I'm using KDE4, about to switch to 4.5.2. Do I
need qt3support anymore? I'm talking about the USE flag qt3support.
I run into blocks sometimes and I know KDE3 needed qt3. I'm just
curious if I can get rid of this USE flag now. I only have KDE4
installed. No more KDE3 left that I know of.

I have KDE-4.5.2 here. I get this:

$ USE=-qt3support emerge -upDvN world

These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies ... done!

emerge: there are no ebuilds built with USE flags to satisfy =x11-
libs/qt-sql-4.6.3:4[qt3support].
!!! One of the following packages is required to complete your request:
- x11-libs/qt-sql-4.6.3-r2 (Change USE: +qt3support)
(dependency required by kde-base/kfilereplace-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by @selected)
(dependency required by @world [argument])

So it looks as though I at least can't get rid of it.



It also looks like I can't get rid of it. lol I guess it will have to
stay, for now anyway.


One thing I don't get is why this seems to worry you.  I don't see you 
complaining about packages needing the libsamplerate or opengl USE 
flags...  :-P





Re: [gentoo-user] Re: qt3support USE flag. Is it needed now?

2010-10-07 Thread Dale

Nikos Chantziaras wrote:

On 10/08/2010 01:24 AM, Dale wrote:

Peter Humphrey wrote:

On Thursday 07 October 2010 20:40:32 Dale wrote:

Hi,

I have a question. I'm using KDE4, about to switch to 4.5.2. Do I
need qt3support anymore? I'm talking about the USE flag qt3support.
I run into blocks sometimes and I know KDE3 needed qt3. I'm just
curious if I can get rid of this USE flag now. I only have KDE4
installed. No more KDE3 left that I know of.

I have KDE-4.5.2 here. I get this:

$ USE=-qt3support emerge -upDvN world

These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies ... done!

emerge: there are no ebuilds built with USE flags to satisfy =x11-
libs/qt-sql-4.6.3:4[qt3support].
!!! One of the following packages is required to complete your request:
- x11-libs/qt-sql-4.6.3-r2 (Change USE: +qt3support)
(dependency required by kde-base/kfilereplace-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-4.5.2 [installed])
(dependency required by @selected)
(dependency required by @world [argument])

So it looks as though I at least can't get rid of it.



It also looks like I can't get rid of it. lol I guess it will have to
stay, for now anyway.


One thing I don't get is why this seems to worry you.  I don't see you 
complaining about packages needing the libsamplerate or opengl USE 
flags...  :-P




I don't get blocks from those tho.  That's why it bugs me.  Funny thing 
is, when I ran emerge again, no blocks.  I'm not sure how that worked.  
I guess it wanted me to ask a question on the mailing list.  Everything 
seems to be emerging just fine now.  Then again, it's not finished yet 
so there is still time for trouble.  ;-)


Dale

:-)  :-)



Re: [gentoo-user] FIXED: Re: KDE3 removal

2009-11-26 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 26 November 2009 22:59:24 Mick wrote:
 On Thursday 26 November 2009 19:20:26 Alan McKinnon wrote:
  On Thursday 26 November 2009 19:34:34 James wrote:
   kde-4.3.1 went smooth, except
   for I have to manually removed all the kde-3.5 packages.
   It had kde-meta-3.5.10. Is there some syntax or a better
   method to insure all the kde-3.5.x packages are removed,
   without a manual sweep?
 
  grep kde /var/lib/portage/world
  and eyeball the output. There should only be -meta packages, and
  individual packages for which you have NOT installed the -meta package,
  in there. vi the world file and remove the stuff that shouldn't be there,
  then
 
 That's a good point ... over the years I have accumulated all sorts of
 packages I am not sure I need (by forgetting to use --oneshot).  Should
  these be in there?
 
 kde-base/akregator
 kde-base/ark
 kde-base/drkonqi
 kde-base/kaddressbook
 kde-base/kappfinder
 kde-base/kate
 kde-base/kcalc
 kde-base/kcharselect
 kde-base/kcheckpass
 kde-base/kcminit
 kde-base/kcontrol
 kde-base/kcron
 kde-base/kdeadmin-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdeartwork-emoticons
 kde-base/kdeartwork-iconthemes
 kde-base/kdeartwork-kscreensaver
 kde-base/kdeartwork-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdeartwork-sounds
 kde-base/kdeartwork-styles
 kde-base/kdeartwork-wallpapers
 kde-base/kdebase-data
 kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves
 kde-base/kdebase-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdebase-startkde
 kde-base/kdebugdialog
 kde-base/kdegraphics-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdelibs
 kde-base/kdemultimedia-kioslaves
 kde-base/kdemultimedia-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdenetwork-filesharing
 kde-base/kdenetwork-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdepasswd
 kde-base/kdepim-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdesu
 kde-base/kdeutils-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdewebdev-meta  --Yes
 kde-base/kdf
 kde-base/kdialog
 kde-base/kdm
 kde-base/kdnssd
 kde-base/kfilereplace
 kde-base/kfloppy
 kde-base/kgamma
 kde-base/kget
 kde-base/kghostview
 kde-base/kgpg
 kde-base/khelpcenter
 kde-base/khotkeys
 kde-base/kicker
 kde-base/kimagemapeditor
 kde-base/kjots
 kde-base/klinkstatus
 kde-base/klipper
 kde-base/kmail
 kde-base/kmenuedit
 kde-base/kmix
 kde-base/knetattach
 kde-base/knetworkconf
 kde-base/kolourpaint
 kde-base/kommander
 kde-base/konqueror
 kde-base/konsole
 kde-base/kontact
 kde-base/kopete
 kde-base/kppp
 kde-base/krdc
 kde-base/kreadconfig
 kde-base/krfb
 kde-base/kruler
 kde-base/kscd
 kde-base/kscreensaver
 kde-base/ksmserver
 kde-base/ksnapshot
 kde-base/kstart
 kde-base/ksysguard
 kde-base/ksystraycmd
 kde-base/ktimer
 kde-base/kuser
 kde-base/kweather
 kde-base/kwin
 kde-base/kxsldbg
 kde-base/libkcddb
 kde-base/libkdepim
 kde-base/libkonq
 kde-base/nsplugins
 
 
 Other than the metas which I have marked with --Yes I'm not sure I need
  the rest.  Shall I blow them away?

Hmmm. You need to do it the long way round:

1. Remove them from the world file
2. emerge -p --depclean
3. Eyeball the output paying attention to KDE4 apps that portage thinks it 
must remove. Decide if you want to keep them. If so, put them in world or 
emerge the larger -meta package they are part of
4. emerge -a --depclean and enter y only when you are finally happy with the 
list. Again, pay attention to version numbers.



-- 
alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com



[gentoo-user] Re: KDE (mono to meta) migration

2006-06-24 Thread James
Bo Ørsted Andresen bo.andresen at zlin.dk writes:


 On Thursday 22 June 2006 22:12, James wrote:
  Ok I'll do this after emerging kde-meta completes. I hope I 
was not suppose
  to do this before 'emerge -uavDN kde-meta' 

 You weren't. Blocks are only within the same slot. In fact the 
split packages 
 blocks only the monolithic package they belong to.

OK

 Unmerge what you don't need or remerge (after emerging kde 3.5) what you
 still need. When you are done with that the above command should give no
 output and any files still in /usr/kde/3.2 - 3.4 can be safely deleted
 since they belong to no package. Pay attention to what you do though. A
 revdep-rebuild before this step will probably take care of most of this.

  Before or after the emerge -uavDN kde-meta?

 If you are removing stuff it doesn't matter. If you are remerging 
stuff it 
 should be after. If you do it before it will be built against the 
old version 
 again which is pretty pointless.

Well, something is messed up. I still get many many blocks:


 =kde-base/kdepim-3.5* (is blocking 
kde-base/libkpgp-3.5.0-r1) [blocks B ] =kde-base/kdepim-3.5* (is 
blocking 
kde-base/libkdenetwork-3.5.0)
 [blocks B ] =kde-base/kdepim-3.5* (is 
blocking kde-base/libkpimidentities-3.5.2)
 [blocks B ] =kde-base/kdepim-3.5*  (is 
blocking kde-base/libkdepim-3.5.2-r1)
 [blocks B ] =kde-base/kdepim-3.5* (is 
blocking kde-base/libkcal-3.5.2-r1)  


snip
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5* 
(is blocking kde-base/kamera-3.5.2)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5* 
(is blocking kde-base/kghostview-3.5.2)
[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5* (is blocking
kde-base/kcoloredit-3.5.2) 

snip

I after deleting  everything. I unmerge everthing (KDE) I thought:
467emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdewebdev
  468emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeadmin
 470emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdemultimedia
  471emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdepim
  472emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeutils
 475emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdetoys
  477  emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdegraphics
 480  emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdenetwork
snip

but they are still blocking?

I tried revdep-rebuild
emerge --rsync  and
env-update  source /etc/profile  etc-update  
update-eix  eupdatedb


Yet the system think they are gone, for example:

emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdegraphics
--- Couldn't find 'kde-base/kdegraphics' to unmerge.

Yet is still one of the blocking packages?

[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5* (is blocking 
kde-base/kuickshow-3.5.2)
.[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5* 
(is blocking kde-base/kgamma-3.5.2)
.[blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5* 
(is blocking kde-base/kmrml-3.5.2) 
 
snip

What did I miss?


James





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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Thanks and bye for now

2008-12-29 Thread Dale
Mick wrote:
 On Monday 29 December 2008, Dale wrote:
   
 Norberto Bensa wrote:
 

   
 Do you use evdev?
   

   
 This is what I have installed according to equery:

 r...@smoker / # equery list dev
 [ Searching for package 'dev' in all categories among: ]
  * installed packages
 [I--] [ ~] kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-3.5.10 (3.5)
 [I--] [  ] sys-fs/device-mapper-1.02.24-r1 (0)
 [I--] [  ] sys-fs/udev-124-r1 (0)
 r...@smoker / #

 Point is, the only thing that changes is the kernel.  Same KDE, same
 user, same everything except for the kernel.  Is there something
 different that the new kernels require with regard to udev?  Do I need a
 newer unstable udev installed for the new kernels?
 

 The package/driver is evdev (not udev).

 I wouldn't be joining the chorus of disgruntled users pointing at half baked 
 kernels with problematic drivers because kernels (for me) have been pretty 
 stable for years now.  However, that was before 2.6.27-gentoo-r7.  My problem 
 seems to be two fold:

 a)Looong delay (around a whole minute or so) waiting on the penguin logo 
 before the kernel is loaded and the main boot up occurs.
 b)My sound card is not recognised by alsa which barfs and never loads.

 I have posted on a different thread (which has not attracted any responses)

 http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.user/207339

 and I assume that my kernel problems are not that common in the Gentoo user 
 community.  I haven't yet posted a bug on it - but if subsequent kernels do 
 not fix it and my confidence that I have not performed some kernel 
 configuration error increases I will do so.  After all without bug reports 
 how would the devs know what's borked for the users?
   

Well, I use make oldconfig and generally say no to the new stuff.  That
way I have the same config as the old but with bug fixes.  That has
worked for me for a long time but once I get past 2.6.23, I have trouble
with it. 

I would assume I don't have evdev here.  Since I asked equery for
anything with dev in it, it should have listed it if it was installed. 
That is why I ask if there was something new.  I can't say that I have
ever heard of evdev before.

Dale

:-)  :-) 



Re: [gentoo-user] Re: KDE (mono to meta) migration

2006-06-24 Thread Bo Ørsted Andresen
Your quoting style is terrible...!

On Saturday 24 June 2006 17:25, James wrote:
 Unmerge what you don't need or remerge (after emerging kde 3.5) what
 you still need. When you are done with that the above command should
 give no output and any files still in /usr/kde/3.2 - 3.4 can be
 safely deleted since they belong to no package. Pay attention to what
 you do though. A revdep-rebuild before this step will probably take
 care of most of this. 

Here I was talking about cleaning out the cruft that third party applications 
that do not belong to KDE may leave behind after you have removed KDE from an 
old slot. This has nothing to do with the problems below. It is relevant when 
you are done upgrading kde and not before.

[SNIP]

 Well, something is messed up. I still get many many blocks:

 [blocks B ] =kde-base/kdepim-3.5* (is blocking
 kde-base/libkpgp-3.5.0-r1)  
[SNIP]

 [blocks B ] =kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5*
 (is blocking kde-base/kamera-3.5.2)

 I after deleting  everything. I unmerge everthing (KDE) I thought:
 467emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdewebdev
   468emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeadmin
  470emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdemultimedia
   471emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdepim
   472emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdeutils
  475emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdetoys
   477  emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdegraphics
  480  emerge --unmerge kde-base/kdenetwork
 snip

 but they are still blocking?

Did you unmerge kde? It depends on the monolithic packages above.

# emerge --unmerge kde

 I tried revdep-rebuild
 emerge --rsync  and
 env-update  source /etc/profile  etc-update 
 update-eix  eupdatedb

That's pretty pointless at the moment. When you don't know what is pulling 
something in you should add --tree to the emerge command.

-- 
Bo Andresen


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Re: [gentoo-user] Portage and sets

2009-02-23 Thread Dale
Volker Armin Hemmann wrote:
 On Montag 23 Februar 2009, Dale wrote:
   
 Hi

 I'm wanting to experiment a little with the new sets feature of
 portage.  I have searched around the forums, even looked at gentoo wiki
 and read a few man pages.  I can not find a good link to a how to for
 sets.  I would like to have a couple things if someone has them.  1) a
 link to a good how to.  2) could someone send me a copy of a sets file
 for something like KDE or something.  Just something I can use for a
 template if you would.

 Thanks much.  Oh, yea, I may be about to break something.  I got my
 backups up to date tho.  o_O

 Dale

 :-)  :-)
 

 put sets file in /etc/portage/sets

 example:
 cat /etc/portage/sets/qt-copy
 =x11-libs/qt-assistant-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-core-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-dbus-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-gui-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-opengl-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-qt3support-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-script-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-sql-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-svg-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-test-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-webkit-4.4.
 =x11-libs/qt-xmlpatterns-4.4.

 you are done. Really, there is no magic about sets. You put all the packet-
 atoms you want into a file, put the file into /etc/portage/sets and emerge 
 @setname. That's it.

 Or look at this:
 cat /usr/local/portage/layman/kde-testing/sets/kde-4.2
 # We don't include kdesdk on the global set
 kde-base/kdelibs:4.2
 kde-base/kdepimlibs:4.2
 kde-base/kate:4.2
 kde-base/kdeplasma-addons:4.2
 kde-base/kde-l10n:4.2

 @kdeaccessibility-4.2
 @kdeadmin-4.2
 @kdeartwork-4.2
 @kdebase-4.2
 @kdeedu-4.2
 @kdegames-4.2
 @kdegraphics-4.2
 @kdemultimedia-4.2
 @kdenetwork-4.2
 @kdepim-4.2
 @kdetoys-4.2
 @kdeutils-4.2

 #for developers
 #...@kdebindings-4.2
 #...@kdesdk-4.2
 #...@kdewebdev-4.2

 so as you can see - a set can be create out of other sets.


   

Ahhh, so a specific version can be placed in there just like in the
world file.  Neato !!!

Lets say I have a set named dk-kde, with the prefix Allen suggested, and
I put kde-meta in that file.  Would that emerge all the KDE or just that
one package?  I emerged kde-meta to install KDE so that is all there is
in my world file right now.  I notice you have several kde packages in
your list.

I'm going to do some reading on the links already posted in a bit. 
Getting ready to cook a roast.  Got to peal taters, wash carrots and
slice up a onion. 

Thanks

Dale

:-)  :-) 



Re: [gentoo-user] Still kde problems with monolithic-split

2008-10-04 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Saturday 04 October 2008 15:23:42 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08-10-04 15:19]:
  On Saturday 04 October 2008 15:08:36 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   Hi,
  
   some time ago I asked what to do if kde blocks kde...
   The according HowTo (emergeing from monolithic
   to split kde install) says one has first
   to unmerge the old monolithic installation of
   kde and the install the split stuff.
  
   But regardless what I am doing...
   emerge -C blocking item
   shows me a rmoving action on my harddisc and
   the following
   emerge --pretend --color=n --verbose --update --deep world
   still shows that item being blocking new stuff.
   I think _physically_ the old stuff is rmoved but
   from emerge's point of view it is still there.
  
   How can I fix that problem ?
 
  You didn't give any output, so I have to guess. Most likely a different
  package is still installed which needs the same kde you just removed and
  that in turn conflicts with what you want to install now.
 
  Post the full output of 'emerge -pvuNDt world' and we'll deciphyer it for
  you
 
  --
  alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com

 Hi Alan!

 Here it comes:



 These are the packages that would be merged, in reverse order:

 Calculating world dependencies   - app-cdr/mp3burn-0.3.3-r1 (masked by:
 package.mask) /usr/portage/profiles/package.mask:
 # Jeremy Olexa [EMAIL PROTECTED] (02 Sep 2008)
 # Removed at maintainer's request in 30 days by the treecleaners.
 # Please don't waste cds trying to use this program, bug 227143

Aside: You probably want to unmerge this one above too

[snip]

 [ebuild   R   ] kde-base/kdeartwork-3.5.9 
 USE=opengl -arts* -debug -kdeenablefinal -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB

That is a monolithic package, but portage wants to Replace it, which means it 
was never uninstalled. I'll give you the short version, followed by the 
(longer) explanation of what happened:

Short version: 
- unmerge all these packages (list ripped straight out from the kde ebuild)
RDEPEND=~kde-base/kdelibs-${PV}
~kde-base/kdebase-${PV}
~kde-base/kdeaddons-${PV}
~kde-base/kdeadmin-${PV}
~kde-base/kdeartwork-${PV}
~kde-base/kdeedu-${PV}
~kde-base/kdegames-${PV}
~kde-base/kdegraphics-${PV}
~kde-base/kdemultimedia-${PV}
~kde-base/kdenetwork-${PV}
~kde-base/kdepim-${PV}
~kde-base/kdetoys-${PV}
~kde-base/kdeutils-${PV}
~kde-base/kdewebdev-${PV}
accessibility? ( ~kde-base/kdeaccessibility-${PV} )
- run 'emerge -av --depclean' as a sanity check. The output should be obvious, 
it might list a few more kde packages that you missed. Unmerge those, but 
note their names in case you want to put them back later
- emerge kde-meta (or if you prefer to get a smaller set instead of all of kde 
follow the handbook and emerge just the -meta packages you want)

Long version:

The traditional kde packages in portage (from long long ago) mirrored the 
organization of how the kde project released their stuff - as 16 or so huge 
packages. The kde ebuild by itself does nothing, if you look inside you'll 
see it's just a huge RDEPEND. The 16 packages in that are the ones that 
actually install kde. 

You seem to have at one point emerged kde, and got all 16 packages with it. 
Then you unmerged kde, which worked OK except that it left the other 16 in 
place, and they promptly blocked all the kde-meta stuff.

The monolithic ebuilds block the -meta ebuilds as they duplicate each other. 
You have to choose one or the other and can't mix them in any way. It may 
have been possible to write some fancy code in the -meta ebuilds to unmerge 
old packages and install the equivalent new ones but that would have been a 
major pain in the ass and is guaranteed to work for most users and completely 
destroy some other user's system. So the devs instead made the sane choice of 
forcing you to make up your mind and first setting up your machine correctly 
the way you want it. 

humour mode on
This is TheOneTruGentooWay(tm), a devious evil policy whereby gentoo devs 
assume that you are in fact a really super-intelligent person who can make up 
their own mind, who is absolutely not an idiot and knows what they want.

As you can see this is a wonderful way to work, but it also means that you get 
to be responsible for your own machine and wade through 100s of lines of 
portage output so you can decide what it is that you really want.
/humour mode off

-- 
alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com



Re: [gentoo-user] Unmasking KDE-3.5

2005-12-07 Thread Dale
OK.  I got it working.  Holy smoke that is one heck of a download.  I'm
going to upgrade gcc first though.  No need compiling all that then
having to do it again.

This is my package.keywords file:

=media-libs/akode-2.0_rc1 ~x86
=app-text/poppler-0.4.2-r1 ~x86
=app-text/poppler-0.4.2 ~x86
=sys-fs/udev-071 ~x86
=sys-fs/udev-072 ~x86
=sys-fs/udev-073 ~x86
=sys-apps/hal-0.5.4 ~x86
=sys-apps/hal-0.5.5.1 ~x86
sys-apps/pmount ~x86
sys-apps/dbus ~x86
kde-base/akode ~x86
kde-base/akregator ~x86
kde-base/amor ~x86
kde-base/ark ~x86
kde-base/arts ~x86
kde-base/artsplugin-akode ~x86
kde-base/artsplugin-audiofile ~x86
kde-base/artsplugin-mpeglib ~x86
kde-base/artsplugin-mpg123 ~x86
kde-base/artsplugin-xine ~x86
kde-base/atlantik ~x86
kde-base/atlantikdesigner ~x86
kde-base/blinken ~x86
kde-base/certmanager ~x86
kde-base/cervisia ~x86
kde-base/dcopc ~x86
kde-base/dcopjava ~x86
kde-base/dcopperl ~x86
kde-base/dcoppython ~x86
kde-base/dcoprss ~x86
kde-base/drkonqi ~x86
kde-base/eyesapplet ~x86
kde-base/fifteenapplet ~x86
kde-base/juk ~x86
kde-base/kaboodle ~x86
kde-base/kaddressbook ~x86
kde-base/kaddressbook-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kalarm ~x86
kde-base/kalyptus ~x86
kde-base/kalzium ~x86
kde-base/kamera ~x86
kde-base/kanagram ~x86
kde-base/kandy ~x86
kde-base/kappfinder ~x86
kde-base/kapptemplate ~x86
kde-base/karm ~x86
kde-base/kasteroids ~x86
kde-base/kate ~x86
kde-base/kate-plugins ~x86
kde-base/katomic ~x86
kde-base/kaudiocreator ~x86
kde-base/kbabel ~x86
kde-base/kbackgammon ~x86
kde-base/kbattleship ~x86
kde-base/kblackbox ~x86
kde-base/kbounce ~x86
kde-base/kbruch ~x86
kde-base/kbstateapplet ~x86
kde-base/kbugbuster ~x86
kde-base/kcachegrind ~x86
kde-base/kcalc ~x86
kde-base/kcharselect ~x86
kde-base/kcheckpass ~x86
kde-base/kcminit ~x86
kde-base/kcoloredit ~x86
kde-base/kcontrol ~x86
kde-base/kcron ~x86
kde-base/kdat ~x86
kde-base/kdcop ~x86
kde-base/kde ~x86
kde-base/kde-env ~x86
kde-base/kde-i18n ~x86
kde-base/kde-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdeaccessibility ~x86
kde-base/kdeaccessibility-iconthemes ~x86
kde-base/kdeaccessibility-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdeaddons ~x86
kde-base/kdeaddons-docs-konq-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdeaddons-kfile-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdeaddons-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdeadmin ~x86
kde-base/kdeadmin-kfile-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdeadmin-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-emoticons ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-icewm-themes ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-iconthemes ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-kscreensaver ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-kwin-styles ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-kworldclock ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-sounds ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-styles ~x86
kde-base/kdeartwork-wallpapers ~x86
kde-base/kdebase ~x86
kde-base/kdebase-data ~x86
kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves ~x86
kde-base/kdebase-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdebase-pam ~x86
kde-base/kdebase-startkde ~x86
kde-base/kdebindings-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdebugdialog ~x86
kde-base/kdeedu ~x86
kde-base/kdeedu-applnk ~x86
kde-base/kdeedu-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdegames ~x86
kde-base/kdegames-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdegraphics ~x86
kde-base/kdegraphics-kfile-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdegraphics-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdejava ~x86
kde-base/kdelibs ~x86
kde-base/kdelirc ~x86
kde-base/kdemultimedia ~x86
kde-base/kdemultimedia-arts ~x86
kde-base/kdemultimedia-kappfinder-data ~x86
kde-base/kdemultimedia-kfile-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdemultimedia-kioslaves ~x86
kde-base/kdemultimedia-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdenetwork ~x86
kde-base/kdenetwork-filesharing ~x86
kde-base/kdenetwork-kfile-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdenetwork-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdepasswd ~x86
kde-base/kdepim ~x86
kde-base/kdepim-kioslaves ~x86
kde-base/kdepim-kresources ~x86
kde-base/kdepim-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdepim-wizards ~x86
kde-base/kdeprint ~x86
kde-base/kdesdk ~x86
kde-base/kdesdk-kfile-plugins ~x86
kde-base/kdesdk-kioslaves ~x86
kde-base/kdesdk-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdesdk-misc ~x86
kde-base/kdesdk-scripts ~x86
kde-base/kdesktop ~x86
kde-base/kdesu ~x86
kde-base/kdetoys ~x86
kde-base/kdetoys-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdeutils ~x86
kde-base/kdeutils-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdewebdev ~x86
kde-base/kdewebdev-meta ~x86
kde-base/kdf ~x86
kde-base/kdialog ~x86
kde-base/kdict ~x86
kde-base/kdm ~x86
kde-base/kdnssd ~x86
kde-base/kdvi ~x86
kde-base/kedit ~x86
kde-base/keduca ~x86
kde-base/kenolaba ~x86
kde-base/kfax ~x86
kde-base/kfilereplace ~x86
kde-base/kfind ~x86
kde-base/kfloppy ~x86
kde-base/kfouleggs ~x86
kde-base/kgamma ~x86
kde-base/kgeography ~x86
kde-base/kget ~x86
kde-base/kghostview ~x86
kde-base/kgoldrunner ~x86
kde-base/kgpg ~x86
kde-base/khangman ~x86
kde-base/khelpcenter ~x86
kde-base/khexedit ~x86
kde-base/khotkeys ~x86
kde-base/kicker ~x86
kde-base/kicker-applets ~x86
kde-base/kiconedit ~x86
kde-base/kig ~x86
kde-base/kimagemapeditor ~x86
kde-base/kitchensync ~x86
kde-base/kiten ~x86
kde-base/kjots ~x86
kde-base/kjsembed ~x86
kde-base/kjumpingcube ~x86
kde-base/klaptopdaemon ~x86
kde-base/klatin ~x86
kde-base/klettres ~x86
kde-base/klickety ~x86
kde-base/klines ~x86
kde-base/klinkstatus ~x86
kde-base/klipper ~x86

Re: [gentoo-user] Still kde problems with monolithic-split

2008-10-05 Thread meino . cramer
solfire:/rootemerge kde-meta
Calculating dependencies -!!! Digest verification failed:
!!! /usr/portage/kde-base/kdebase-startkde/kdebase-startkde-4.1.2-r1.ebuild
!!! Reason: Filesize does not match recorded size
!!! Got: 4061
!!! Expected: 4064
... done!
 Verifying ebuild Manifests...

!!! Digest verification failed:
!!! /usr/portage/kde-base/kdebase-startkde/kdebase-startkde-4.1.2-r1.ebuild
!!! Reason: Filesize does not match recorded size
!!! Got: 4061
!!! Expected: 4064




Dirk Heinrichs [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08-10-05 09:02]:
 Am Sonntag, 5. Oktober 2008 07:19:37 schrieb [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 
  It getting more confused:
 
  This morning I did a
  [...]
  emerge -pv kde
 
 Now I am confused. Thought you wanted to install kde-meta???
 
  still reports:
 
  Calculating dependencies... done!
  [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3  USE=branding cups hal ldap
  opengl pam -arts -debug -ieee1394 -java -joystick -kdeenablefinal
  -kdehiddenvisibility -lm_sensors -logitech-mouse -openexr -samba
  -xcomposite -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB [ebuild  N]
  kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.5.9  USE=alsa encode gstreamer mp3 vorbis -akode
  -arts -audiofile -debug -flac -kdeenablefinal -theora -xine -xinerama 0 kB
  [ebuild  N] app-crypt/qca-1.0-r3  0 kB
  [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeedu-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -kdeenablefinal
  -kig-scripting -solver -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
  kde-base/kdetoys-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -kdeenablefinal
  -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
  kde-base/kdewebdev-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -doc -kdeenablefinal -tidy
  -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdegames-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug
  -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
  kde-base/kdepim-3.5.9-r1  USE=-arts -debug -gnokii -kdeenablefinal -pda
  -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdenetwork-3.5.9  USE=ssl -arts
  -debug -jingle -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -rdesktop -sametime
  -slp -wifi -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeartwork-3.5.9 
  USE=opengl -arts -debug -kdeenablefinal -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB
  [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeutils-3.5.9-r1  USE=crypt -arts -debug
  -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility (-pbbuttonsd) -snmp -xinerama
  -xscreensaver 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeadmin-3.5.9  USE=-arts
  -debug -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
  kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5.9  USE=opengl pdf -arts -debug -gphoto2 -imlib
  -kdeenablefinal -kpathsea -openexr -povray -scanner -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild
   N] kde-base/kdeaddons-3.5.9  USE=berkdb sdl -arts -debug
  -kdeenablefinal -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kde-3.5.9 
  USE=-accessibility 0 kB
  [blocks B ] kde-base/khelpcenter:3.5 (is blocking
  kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kcminit:3.5 (is
  blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kcontrol:3.5
  (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
  kde-base/kdesktop:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
  ] =kde-base/kdebase-3.5* (is blocking kde-base/kdesktop-3.5.9-r1,
  kde-base/khelpcenter-3.5.9, kde-base/kdialog-3.5.9-r1,
  kde-base/kdepasswd-3.5.9, kde-base/kcontrol-3.5.9, kde-base/kicker-3.5.9,
  kde-base/kdesu-3.5.9, kde-base/kcheckpass-3.5.9, kde-base/kdm-3.5.9,
  kde-base/konqueror-3.5.9, kde-base/kcminit-3.5.9) [blocks B ]
  kde-base/kdm:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
  kde-base/kdesu:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
  kde-base/kdialog:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
  ] kde-base/kcheckpass:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
  ] kde-base/konqueror:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3)
  [blocks B ] kde-base/kdepasswd:3.5 (is blocking
  kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kicker:3.5 (is blocking
  kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3)
 
  it reports packages of kde to be updated
 
 Nope, not updated. It shows new installs (N). In addition, it shows that you 
 already have some split ebuilds installed which block the monolithic ones.
 
 I would suggest that you simply install kde-meta first this should solve your 
 problems.
 
 HTH...
 
   Dirk
 

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Re: [gentoo-user] equery not working

2005-10-04 Thread Wes Gray
:49 /var/db/pkg/kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-3.4
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Re: [gentoo-user] Still kde problems with monolithic-split

2008-10-05 Thread Dirk Heinrichs
Am Sonntag, 5. Oktober 2008 07:19:37 schrieb [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 It getting more confused:

 This morning I did a
 [...]
 emerge -pv kde

Now I am confused. Thought you wanted to install kde-meta???

 still reports:

 Calculating dependencies... done!
 [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3  USE=branding cups hal ldap
 opengl pam -arts -debug -ieee1394 -java -joystick -kdeenablefinal
 -kdehiddenvisibility -lm_sensors -logitech-mouse -openexr -samba
 -xcomposite -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB [ebuild  N]
 kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.5.9  USE=alsa encode gstreamer mp3 vorbis -akode
 -arts -audiofile -debug -flac -kdeenablefinal -theora -xine -xinerama 0 kB
 [ebuild  N] app-crypt/qca-1.0-r3  0 kB
 [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeedu-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -kdeenablefinal
 -kig-scripting -solver -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
 kde-base/kdetoys-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -kdeenablefinal
 -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
 kde-base/kdewebdev-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -doc -kdeenablefinal -tidy
 -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdegames-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug
 -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
 kde-base/kdepim-3.5.9-r1  USE=-arts -debug -gnokii -kdeenablefinal -pda
 -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdenetwork-3.5.9  USE=ssl -arts
 -debug -jingle -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -rdesktop -sametime
 -slp -wifi -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeartwork-3.5.9 
 USE=opengl -arts -debug -kdeenablefinal -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB
 [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeutils-3.5.9-r1  USE=crypt -arts -debug
 -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility (-pbbuttonsd) -snmp -xinerama
 -xscreensaver 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeadmin-3.5.9  USE=-arts
 -debug -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
 kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5.9  USE=opengl pdf -arts -debug -gphoto2 -imlib
 -kdeenablefinal -kpathsea -openexr -povray -scanner -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild
  N] kde-base/kdeaddons-3.5.9  USE=berkdb sdl -arts -debug
 -kdeenablefinal -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kde-3.5.9 
 USE=-accessibility 0 kB
 [blocks B ] kde-base/khelpcenter:3.5 (is blocking
 kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kcminit:3.5 (is
 blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kcontrol:3.5
 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
 kde-base/kdesktop:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
 ] =kde-base/kdebase-3.5* (is blocking kde-base/kdesktop-3.5.9-r1,
 kde-base/khelpcenter-3.5.9, kde-base/kdialog-3.5.9-r1,
 kde-base/kdepasswd-3.5.9, kde-base/kcontrol-3.5.9, kde-base/kicker-3.5.9,
 kde-base/kdesu-3.5.9, kde-base/kcheckpass-3.5.9, kde-base/kdm-3.5.9,
 kde-base/konqueror-3.5.9, kde-base/kcminit-3.5.9) [blocks B ]
 kde-base/kdm:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
 kde-base/kdesu:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
 kde-base/kdialog:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
 ] kde-base/kcheckpass:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
 ] kde-base/konqueror:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3)
 [blocks B ] kde-base/kdepasswd:3.5 (is blocking
 kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kicker:3.5 (is blocking
 kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3)

 it reports packages of kde to be updated

Nope, not updated. It shows new installs (N). In addition, it shows that you 
already have some split ebuilds installed which block the monolithic ones.

I would suggest that you simply install kde-meta first this should solve your 
problems.

HTH...

Dirk



[gentoo-user] kde-base/baloo is blocking an upgrade

2016-05-28 Thread Mick
ps/kdenetwork-filesharing-15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo  
USE="(-aqua) -debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kdenetwork-filesharing:4 
("kde-apps/kdenetwork-filesharing:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/kdenetwork-filesharing-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/krfb-15.12.3:5::gentoo [15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug -doc" 318 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/krfb-15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo  USE="handbook (-aqua) 
-debug -ktp -telepathy"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/krfb:4 ("kde-apps/krfb:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/krfb-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kdenetwork-meta-15.12.3-r1:5::gentoo 
[4.14.3:4::gentoo] USE="-ppp" 0 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/kdenetwork-meta-4.14.3:4::gentoo  USE="(-aqua) -ppp"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kdenetwork-meta:4 ("kde-apps/kdenetwork-meta:4" is 
blocking kde-apps/kdenetwork-meta-15.12.3-r1)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/thumbnailers-15.12.3:5::gentoo 
[15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo] USE="-debug" 41 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/thumbnailers-15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo  USE="(-aqua) 
-debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/thumbnailers:4 ("kde-apps/thumbnailers:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/thumbnailers-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/libkipi-15.12.3:5::gentoo [15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo] 
USE="-debug" 97 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/libkipi-15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo  USE="(-aqua) -debug 
-minimal"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/libkipi:4[-minimal(-)] 
("kde-apps/libkipi:4[-minimal(-)]" is blocking kde-apps/libkipi-15.12.3)
[ebuild  N ] kde-apps/spectacle-15.12.3:5::gentoo  USE="handbook -debug 
-kipi" 961 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/ksnapshot-15.08.3-r1:4/15.08::gentoo  USE="handbook 
(-aqua) -debug -kipi"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/ksnapshot ("kde-apps/ksnapshot" is blocking 
kde-apps/spectacle-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kruler-15.12.3:5::gentoo [4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="X handbook -debug" 121 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/kruler-4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="handbook (-aqua) 
-debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kruler:4 ("kde-apps/kruler:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/kruler-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kamera-15.12.3:5::gentoo [15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug" 37 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/kamera-15.08.3:4/15.08::gentoo  USE="handbook (-aqua) 
-debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kamera:4 ("kde-apps/kamera:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/kamera-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/dragon-15.12.3:5::gentoo [4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug" 395 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/dragon-4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="handbook (-aqua) 
-debug -xine"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/dragon:4 ("kde-apps/dragon:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/dragon-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kcharselect-15.12.3:5::gentoo [4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug -doc" 71 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/kcharselect-4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="handbook 
(-aqua) -debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kcharselect:4 ("kde-apps/kcharselect:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/kcharselect-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kcalc-15.12.3-r1:5::gentoo [4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug -doc {-test}" 82 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/kcalc-4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="handbook (-aqua) 
-debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kcalc:4 ("kde-apps/kcalc:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/kcalc-15.12.3-r1)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/ark-15.12.3:5::gentoo [4.14.3-r1:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="bzip2 handbook lzma zlib -debug {-test}" 248 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/ark-4.14.3-r1:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="archive bzip2 
handbook lzma (-aqua) -debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/ark:4 ("kde-apps/ark:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/ark-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kwalletmanager-15.12.3:5::gentoo 
[15.04.3:4/15.04::gentoo] USE="handbook -debug -doc" 447 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/kwalletmanager-15.04.3:4/15.04::gentoo  USE="handbook 
(-aqua) -debug -minimal"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/kwalletmanager:4[-minimal(-)] 
("kde-apps/kwalletmanager:4[-minimal(-)]" is blocking 
kde-apps/kwalletmanager-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/filelight-15.12.3:5::gentoo [4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug" 281 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/filelight-4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="handbook 
(-aqua) -debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/filelight:4 ("kde-apps/filelight:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/filelight-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/ktimer-15.12.3:5::gentoo [4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo] 
USE="handbook -debug -doc" 158 KiB
[uninstall ] kde-apps/ktimer-4.14.3:4/4.14::gentoo  USE="handbook (-aqua) 
-debug"
[blocks b  ] kde-apps/ktimer:4 ("kde-apps/ktimer:4" is blocking 
kde-apps/ktimer-15.12.3)
[ebuild  NS] kde-apps/kdeutils-meta-15.12.3:5::gent

Re: [gentoo-user] Still kde problems with monolithic-split

2008-10-04 Thread meino . cramer
Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08-10-04 16:14]:
 On Saturday 04 October 2008 15:23:42 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08-10-04 15:19]:
   On Saturday 04 October 2008 15:08:36 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hi,
   
some time ago I asked what to do if kde blocks kde...
The according HowTo (emergeing from monolithic
to split kde install) says one has first
to unmerge the old monolithic installation of
kde and the install the split stuff.
   
But regardless what I am doing...
emerge -C blocking item
shows me a rmoving action on my harddisc and
the following
emerge --pretend --color=n --verbose --update --deep world
still shows that item being blocking new stuff.
I think _physically_ the old stuff is rmoved but
from emerge's point of view it is still there.
   
How can I fix that problem ?
  
   You didn't give any output, so I have to guess. Most likely a different
   package is still installed which needs the same kde you just removed and
   that in turn conflicts with what you want to install now.
  
   Post the full output of 'emerge -pvuNDt world' and we'll deciphyer it for
   you
  
   --
   alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com
 
  Hi Alan!
 
  Here it comes:
 
 
 
  These are the packages that would be merged, in reverse order:
 
  Calculating world dependencies   - app-cdr/mp3burn-0.3.3-r1 (masked by:
  package.mask) /usr/portage/profiles/package.mask:
  # Jeremy Olexa [EMAIL PROTECTED] (02 Sep 2008)
  # Removed at maintainer's request in 30 days by the treecleaners.
  # Please don't waste cds trying to use this program, bug 227143
 
 Aside: You probably want to unmerge this one above too
 
 [snip]
 
  [ebuild   R   ] kde-base/kdeartwork-3.5.9 
  USE=opengl -arts* -debug -kdeenablefinal -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB
 
 That is a monolithic package, but portage wants to Replace it, which means it 
 was never uninstalled. I'll give you the short version, followed by the 
 (longer) explanation of what happened:
 
 Short version: 
 - unmerge all these packages (list ripped straight out from the kde ebuild)
 RDEPEND=~kde-base/kdelibs-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdebase-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdeaddons-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdeadmin-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdeartwork-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdeedu-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdegames-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdegraphics-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdemultimedia-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdenetwork-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdepim-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdetoys-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdeutils-${PV}
 ~kde-base/kdewebdev-${PV}
 accessibility? ( ~kde-base/kdeaccessibility-${PV} )
 - run 'emerge -av --depclean' as a sanity check. The output should be 
 obvious, 
 it might list a few more kde packages that you missed. Unmerge those, but 
 note their names in case you want to put them back later
 - emerge kde-meta (or if you prefer to get a smaller set instead of all of 
 kde 
 follow the handbook and emerge just the -meta packages you want)
 
 Long version:
 
 The traditional kde packages in portage (from long long ago) mirrored the 
 organization of how the kde project released their stuff - as 16 or so huge 
 packages. The kde ebuild by itself does nothing, if you look inside you'll 
 see it's just a huge RDEPEND. The 16 packages in that are the ones that 
 actually install kde. 
 
 You seem to have at one point emerged kde, and got all 16 packages with it. 
 Then you unmerged kde, which worked OK except that it left the other 16 in 
 place, and they promptly blocked all the kde-meta stuff.
 
 The monolithic ebuilds block the -meta ebuilds as they duplicate each other. 
 You have to choose one or the other and can't mix them in any way. It may 
 have been possible to write some fancy code in the -meta ebuilds to unmerge 
 old packages and install the equivalent new ones but that would have been a 
 major pain in the ass and is guaranteed to work for most users and completely 
 destroy some other user's system. So the devs instead made the sane choice of 
 forcing you to make up your mind and first setting up your machine correctly 
 the way you want it. 
 
 humour mode on
 This is TheOneTruGentooWay(tm), a devious evil policy whereby gentoo devs 
 assume that you are in fact a really super-intelligent person who can make up 
 their own mind, who is absolutely not an idiot and knows what they want.
 
 As you can see this is a wonderful way to work, but it also means that you 
 get 
 to be responsible for your own machine and wade through 100s of lines of 
 portage output so you can decide what it is that you really want.
 /humour mode off
 
 -- 
 alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com
 


Hi Alan,

yes, this is the point where I am currently: Trying to unmerge these
packages.
It works physically, but after unmerging the stuff and redoing
a emerge -pvuNDt (as I did to send you the list after trying to
unmerge all packages in question) emerge thinks, that all that is
still

[gentoo-user] USB devices and CDs don't get mounted automatically anymore

2007-08-02 Thread Alexander Skwar
Hello.

Since this morning, Gnome (?) doesn't mount USB sticks and CDs 
automatically anymore. I installed/updated the following packages
at that time:

1186040852:   emerge (1 of 66) sys-devel/binutils-2.17-r1 to /
1186041200:   emerge (2 of 66) x11-libs/libXi-1.1.2 to /
1186041234:   emerge (3 of 66) media-libs/mesa-6.5.3 to /
1186041469:   emerge (4 of 66) media-libs/alsa-lib-1.0.14a-r1 to /
1186041627:   emerge (5 of 66) app-editors/vim-core-7.1.042 to /
1186041699:   emerge (6 of 66) sys-devel/flex-2.5.33-r3 to /
1186041764:   emerge (7 of 66) sys-kernel/gentoo-sources-2.6.22-r2 to /
1186041989:   emerge (8 of 66) dev-libs/apr-1.2.9 to /
1186042152:   emerge (9 of 66) gnome-extra/gnome2-user-docs-2.18.2 to /
1186042348:   emerge (10 of 66) x11-libs/vte-0.16.6-r1 to /
1186042777:   emerge (11 of 66) kde-base/kdenetwork-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042789:   emerge (12 of 66) kde-base/kdeedu-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042796:   emerge (13 of 66) kde-base/kdeaddons-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042803:   emerge (14 of 66) kde-base/kdebase-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042821:   emerge (15 of 66) kde-base/kdepim-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042831:   emerge (16 of 66) kde-base/kdetoys-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042838:   emerge (17 of 66) kde-base/kdeutils-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042846:   emerge (18 of 66) kde-base/kdewebdev-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186042854:   emerge (19 of 66) kde-base/kpdf-3.5.7-r1 to /
1186043088:   emerge (20 of 66) kde-base/kdegraphics-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186043096:   emerge (21 of 66) kde-base/kdeadmin-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186043103:   emerge (22 of 66) kde-base/kdeartwork-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186043110:   emerge (23 of 66) kde-base/kdegames-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186043117:   emerge (24 of 66) kde-base/kdemultimedia-meta-3.5.7 to /
1186043123:   emerge (25 of 66) app-office/kword-1.6.3-r1 to /
1186043942:   emerge (26 of 66) dev-util/boost-build-1.34.1 to /
1186043985:   emerge (27 of 66) app-editors/vim-7.1.042 to /
1186044117:   emerge (28 of 66) x11-misc/shared-mime-info-0.22 to /
1186044143:   emerge (29 of 66) sys-apps/parted-1.8.7 to /
1186044222:   emerge (30 of 66) dev-util/gtk-doc-1.8-r1 to /
1186044232:   emerge (31 of 66) x11-apps/iceauth-1.0.2 to /
1186044248:   emerge (32 of 66) app-crypt/pinentry-0.7.3 to /
1186044313:   emerge (33 of 66) app-arch/p7zip-4.51 to /
1186044663:   emerge (34 of 66) sys-apps/lomoco-1.0-r2 to /
1186044687:   emerge (35 of 66) www-client/mozilla-firefox-2.0.0.6 to /
1186045661:   emerge (36 of 66) app-editors/gvim-7.1.042 to /
1186045778:   emerge (37 of 66) app-emulation/wine-0.9.42 to /
1186047104:   emerge (38 of 66) x11-drivers/xf86-input-mouse-1.2.2 to /
1186047136:   emerge (39 of 66) x11-drivers/xf86-input-keyboard-1.1.1-r1 to /
1186047155:   emerge (40 of 66) media-video/nvidia-settings-1.0.20070621 to /
1186047267:   emerge (41 of 66) www-servers/apache-2.2.4-r11 to /
1186047446:   emerge (42 of 66) app-portage/eix-0.9.10 to /
1186047547:   emerge (43 of 66) net-misc/dhcpcd-3.1.3 to /
1186047560:   emerge (44 of 66) gnome-base/gnome-2.18.2 to /
1186047565:   emerge (45 of 66) dev-scheme/guile-1.8.2 to /
1186047734:   emerge (46 of 66) net-dns/bind-tools-9.4.1_p1 to /
1186047902:   emerge (47 of 66) mail-filter/spamassassin-3.2.2 to /
1186047939:   emerge (48 of 66) media-video/mplayer-1.0.20070622-r3 to /

Any idea what might have caused this breakage?

Although sys-kernel/gentoo-sources-2.6.22-r2 has been installed, I'm not
using this kernel yet. I'm still using sys-kernel/gentoo-sources-2.6.22-r1.
And I have not compiled/installed a new kernel since then (ie. when 
automount worked and now).

When I plugin a USB stick, I see the following messages in kern.log:

,[ kern.log syslog ]
| Aug  2 12:18:53 winnb000488 usb 5-5: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd 
and address 14
| Aug  2 12:18:53 winnb000488 usb 5-5: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
| Aug  2 12:18:53 winnb000488 scsi7 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass Storage 
devices
| Aug  2 12:18:53 winnb000488 usb-storage: device found at 14
| Aug  2 12:18:53 winnb000488 usb-storage: waiting for device to settle before 
scanning
| Aug  2 12:18:58 winnb000488 usb-storage: device scan complete
| Aug  2 12:18:58 winnb000488 scsi 7:0:0:0: Direct-Access MultiFlash 
Reader 1.00 PQ: 0 ANSI: 0
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] 4022272 512-byte hardware 
sectors (2059 MB)
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Write Protect is off
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Mode Sense: 03 00 00 00
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write 
through
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] 4022272 512-byte hardware 
sectors (2059 MB)
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Write Protect is off
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Mode Sense: 03 00 00 00
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Assuming drive cache: write 
through
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sdb: sdb1
| Aug  2 12:18:59 winnb000488 sd 7:0:0:0: [sdb] Attached SCSI removable disk
| Aug  2 12

Re: [gentoo-user] Still kde problems with monolithic-split

2008-10-05 Thread meino . cramer
ok, now it works...dont know what caused the last hickup...
mcc


[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08-10-05 10:12]:
 solfire:/rootemerge kde-meta
 Calculating dependencies -!!! Digest verification failed:
 !!! /usr/portage/kde-base/kdebase-startkde/kdebase-startkde-4.1.2-r1.ebuild
 !!! Reason: Filesize does not match recorded size
 !!! Got: 4061
 !!! Expected: 4064
 ... done!
  Verifying ebuild Manifests...
 
 !!! Digest verification failed:
 !!! /usr/portage/kde-base/kdebase-startkde/kdebase-startkde-4.1.2-r1.ebuild
 !!! Reason: Filesize does not match recorded size
 !!! Got: 4061
 !!! Expected: 4064
 
 
 
 
 Dirk Heinrichs [EMAIL PROTECTED] [08-10-05 09:02]:
  Am Sonntag, 5. Oktober 2008 07:19:37 schrieb [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  
   It getting more confused:
  
   This morning I did a
   [...]
   emerge -pv kde
  
  Now I am confused. Thought you wanted to install kde-meta???
  
   still reports:
  
   Calculating dependencies... done!
   [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3  USE=branding cups hal ldap
   opengl pam -arts -debug -ieee1394 -java -joystick -kdeenablefinal
   -kdehiddenvisibility -lm_sensors -logitech-mouse -openexr -samba
   -xcomposite -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB [ebuild  N]
   kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.5.9  USE=alsa encode gstreamer mp3 vorbis -akode
   -arts -audiofile -debug -flac -kdeenablefinal -theora -xine -xinerama 0 
   kB
   [ebuild  N] app-crypt/qca-1.0-r3  0 kB
   [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeedu-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -kdeenablefinal
   -kig-scripting -solver -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
   kde-base/kdetoys-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -kdeenablefinal
   -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
   kde-base/kdewebdev-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug -doc -kdeenablefinal -tidy
   -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdegames-3.5.9  USE=-arts -debug
   -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N]
   kde-base/kdepim-3.5.9-r1  USE=-arts -debug -gnokii -kdeenablefinal -pda
   -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdenetwork-3.5.9  USE=ssl -arts
   -debug -jingle -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -rdesktop -sametime
   -slp -wifi -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeartwork-3.5.9 
   USE=opengl -arts -debug -kdeenablefinal -xinerama -xscreensaver 0 kB
   [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeutils-3.5.9-r1  USE=crypt -arts -debug
   -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility (-pbbuttonsd) -snmp -xinerama
   -xscreensaver 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeadmin-3.5.9  USE=-arts
   -debug -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N
   ]
   kde-base/kdegraphics-3.5.9  USE=opengl pdf -arts -debug -gphoto2 -imlib
   -kdeenablefinal -kpathsea -openexr -povray -scanner -xinerama 0 kB 
   [ebuild
N] kde-base/kdeaddons-3.5.9  USE=berkdb sdl -arts -debug
   -kdeenablefinal -xinerama 0 kB [ebuild  N] kde-base/kde-3.5.9 
   USE=-accessibility 0 kB
   [blocks B ] kde-base/khelpcenter:3.5 (is blocking
   kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kcminit:3.5 (is
   blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kcontrol:3.5
   (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
   kde-base/kdesktop:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B   

   ] =kde-base/kdebase-3.5* (is blocking kde-base/kdesktop-3.5.9-r1,
   kde-base/khelpcenter-3.5.9, kde-base/kdialog-3.5.9-r1,
   kde-base/kdepasswd-3.5.9, kde-base/kcontrol-3.5.9, kde-base/kicker-3.5.9,
   kde-base/kdesu-3.5.9, kde-base/kcheckpass-3.5.9, kde-base/kdm-3.5.9,
   kde-base/konqueror-3.5.9, kde-base/kcminit-3.5.9) [blocks B ]
   kde-base/kdm:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
   kde-base/kdesu:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ]
   kde-base/kdialog:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B
   ] kde-base/kcheckpass:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks 
   B
   ] kde-base/konqueror:3.5 (is blocking kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3)
   [blocks B ] kde-base/kdepasswd:3.5 (is blocking
   kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3) [blocks B ] kde-base/kicker:3.5 (is 
   blocking
   kde-base/kdebase-3.5.9-r3)
  
   it reports packages of kde to be updated
  
  Nope, not updated. It shows new installs (N). In addition, it shows that 
  you 
  already have some split ebuilds installed which block the monolithic ones.
  
  I would suggest that you simply install kde-meta first this should solve 
  your 
  problems.
  
  HTH...
  
  Dirk
  
 
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Re: [gentoo-user] audacity-2.0.5 failed to compile

2015-09-03 Thread Alan McKinnon
On 03/09/2015 21:11, the...@sys-concept.com wrote:
> [snip]
> 
> Thank you for your helping hand. Yes, did perform the surgery (removing the 
> packages you suggested) and run: emerge --depclean -p analyzed every package 
> it wants to remove and put it back in world.
>  


I see you are getting the hang of it but I still see some oddities in
your reply. There's a few things to keep in mind about Gentoo, that are
worth repeating. Eventually, I does all imprint in your brain :-)

Every old-timer here has gone through this learning process - even the
old farts like me (and James...) - and it took us many years to figure
out as a community how to deal with world.

Cleanups: Sometimes when cleaning up you'll delete something you really
do need, and you forget why you put it in world. Maybe emerge world puts
it back, but more likely stuff just breaks. Keep a list of all removals
so if you find breakage you can add things back. The classic case is
libs you need for your own code - you probably don't have an ebuild for
that and therefore no deps for portage to use.

Virtuals: you don't add the virtual to world. A virtual is a collection
of packages that all do the same thing and you can pick which one you
want. So you add oracle-jdk-bin to world, and the ebuild depends on
virtual/jdk. oracle-jdk-bin satisfied the virtual, so all is good. If
you unmerge oracle-jdk-bin and use icedtea instead, everything still
works. If you add a virtual to world, portage tends to just pick the
first one in the list which might not be what you want. Rather be explicit.

Sets: You have a many-purpose machine so you might find sets useful,
mostly because you can't add comments to world. You can with sets. They
are just files in /etc/portage/sets/ that list packages. You add them to
the system with emerge @. Here is one of mine:

$ cat /etc/portage/sets/alan-kde
kde-apps/kdeadmin-meta
kde-apps/kdeartwork-meta
kde-apps/kdebase-meta
kde-apps/kdebase-runtime-meta
kde-apps/kdegraphics-meta
kde-apps/kdemultimedia-meta
kde-apps/kdenetwork-meta
kde-apps/kdeutils-meta
#kde-base/kde-meta:4
#kde-base/kdeaccessibility-meta:4
#kde-base/kdebindings-meta:4
#kde-base/kdeedu-meta:4
#kde-base/kdegames-meta:4
#kde-base/kdepim-meta:4
#kde-base/kdesdk-meta:4
#kde-base/kdetoys-meta:4
#kde-base/kdewebdev-meta:4

and install using emerge -av@alan-kde

portage expands the name to the contents of the file and merges them.
Easy peasy.

You edit set files by hand so you can comment them. Perhaps you could
create a set for each major thing you do with that computer and make a
set for each one. This way you can easily keep track of major packages
types and comment *why* you did it.

jpeg: if it works the best is to remove all jpeg packages from world and
let portage deal with it. None of my gentoo machines have a jpeg package
in world. But you have nxclient which needs an old jpeg. We you can get
away with automagic, we'll have to see what happens when you do a full
emerge world

soxr: I'm not sure why this is giving a problem. If ffmpeg needs it, it
should be pulled in directly

jpeg on boot: Depends when the error happens, if you use openrc and it
happens during runlevel start, you can read /var/log/rc.log. Before that
point there's dmesg. We'd need to have more detail to answer better.

USE: There's no such thing as a correct USE :-) It's all just user
choices. So if it does what you want, it's all good. The only thing you
should not do is start USE with -*. A few people here do that and swear
by it, but it comes with a massive maintenance load on you, and vast
potential for side effects as you remove things you may need, and you
don't know you need them. That's why we have profiles, to set up a
minimally correct USE




> Here are the results
>> Comments inline, edit the world file directly:
>>
> [snip]
>>
>>> dev-libs/check
>>> dev-libs/libnl
>>> dev-libs/openssl
>>
>> remove everything in dev-libs
> 
> gone
> 
>>
>>> dev-perl/DBD-Pg
>>> dev-perl/GStreamer
>>
>> Remove. No such package, unless its from an overlay
> 
> DBD-Pg is needed by SQL-ledger application I run
> dev-perl/GStreamer is gone
> 
>>
>>> dev-php/smarty
> 
> gone
> 
>>> dev-python/cython
>>> dev-python/dbus-python
>>
>> Remove. It's a dep of many things
> 
> above gone
> 
>>> dev-python/django
> 
> gone
> 
>>> dev-python/pycairo
>>> dev-python/pygobject
>>> dev-python/pygtk
>>> dev-python/pyxml
>>
>> Remove all this py* stuff. They are deps
> 
> gone
> 
> [snip]
>>> gnome-base/gconf
>>
>> Remove, this is a common dep
> 
> gone
> 
> [snip]
>>
>>> media-libs/gstreamer
>>> media-libs/libcuefile
>>> media-libs/libdvbpsi
> 
> above gone
> 
&g

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE4.0?

2008-01-24 Thread maxim wexler
 
 Ah, you may have to get a later version of KDE 3.5
 before going any
 farther.  I had 3.5.8 on mine and had no blocks with
 it.  Want my
 package.keywords and package.unmask files.

Ok, I copied over your files. Ran #update-eix and
#eix-sync. Then #emerge autounmask and ran

#autounmask kde-base/kde-meta-4.0.0 

which completed w/o error.

$eix kde picks up the new version:

...
* kde-base/kde
 Available versions:  3.5.5:3.5 3.5.6:3.5
3.5.7:3.5 3.5.8:3.5 [M]4.0.0:kde-4
 Installed:   3.5.2
 Homepage:http://www.kde.org/
 Description: KDE - merge this to pull in
all non-developer kde-base/* packages
...

So far so good. But:

localhost heathen # emerge -pv kde

These are the packages that would be merged, in order:

Calculating dependencies... done!
[ebuild U ] kde-base/arts-3.5.8 [3.5.2-r1]
USE=alsa esd* mp3 vorbis -artswrappersuid -debug*
-jack -kdeenablefinal -nas -xinerama
(-kdehiddenvisibility%) 949 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/libgpg-error-1.6  USE=-nls
374 kB
[ebuild U ] dev-libs/libxslt-1.1.22 [1.1.15]
USE=python -crypt -debug* (-static%) 2,718 kB
[ebuild U ] app-text/ghostscript-esp-8.15.3
[7.07.1-r8] USE=X cups gtk xml%* -cjk -threads%
(-emacs%) 8,580 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/pth-2.0.7-r1  USE=-debug
638 kB
[ebuild U ] media-libs/freetype-2.3.5-r2
[2.1.10-r3] USE=X%* -bindist -debug% -doc -utils%
(-zlib%*) 1,250 kB
[ebuild  N] net-misc/mDNSResponder-107.6-r5 
USE=-debug -doc -java 1,408 kB
[ebuild U ] media-libs/libmng-1.0.9-r1 [1.0.8-r1]
USE=-lcms% 542 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/dbus-glib-0.73  USE=-debug
-doc (-selinux) 630 kB
[ebuild U ] sys-apps/pciutils-2.2.8 [2.2.0-r1]
USE=zlib%* -network-cron% 228 kB
[ebuild  N] sys-apps/dmidecode-2.9  48 kB
[ebuild U ] dev-util/intltool-0.35.5 [0.34.1] 132
kB
[ebuild  N] x11-apps/xprop-1.0.3  USE=-debug 105
kB
[ebuild  N] x11-apps/xmessage-1.0.2  USE=-debug
-xprint 93 kB
[ebuild  N] x11-apps/xsetroot-1.0.2  USE=-debug
87 kB
[ebuild U ] sys-apps/eject-2.1.5-r1 [2.1.0-r1]
USE=-nls 121 kB
[ebuild  N] x11-libs/libXfontcache-1.0.4 
USE=-debug 210 kB
[ebuild  N] www-misc/htdig-3.2.0_beta6-r3 
USE=ssl 3,033 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-db/sqlite-3.5.3  USE=threadsafe
-debug -doc -soundex -tcl 2,024 kB
[ebuild  N] net-misc/netkit-talk-0.17-r4 
USE=ipv6 37 kB
[ebuild U ] x11-libs/qt-3.3.8-r4 [3.3.4-r8]
USE=cups gif ipv6 opengl -debug* -doc -examples
-firebird -immqt -immqt-bc -mysql -nas -nis% -odbc
-postgres -sqlite -xinerama 16,986 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/libgcrypt-1.4.0-r1 
USE=-bindist -idea -nls 943 kB
[ebuild  N] virtual/ghostscript-0  0 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/libassuan-1.0.4  291 kB
[ebuild  N] x11-apps/xset-1.0.3  USE=-debug 101
kB
[ebuild  N] app-pda/libopensync-0.22  USE=python
-debug -doc 479 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdelibs-3.5.8-r3 [3.5.2-r6]
USE=alsa arts cups fam%* -acl -avahi% -bindist%
-branding% -debug* -doc -jpeg2k -kdeenablefinal
-kdehiddenvisibility -kerberos -legacyssl -lua%
-openexr -spell -tiff -utempter% -xinerama (-ssl%*)
(-zeroconf%) 15,221 kB
[ebuild  N] app-crypt/pinentry-0.7.4-r1  USE=gtk
ncurses qt3 -caps 407 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/libksba-1.0.2-r1  514 kB
[ebuild  N] dev-libs/dbus-qt3-old-0.70 
USE=-debug 216 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdemultimedia-3.5.8-r1
[3.5.2-r2] USE=alsa arts encode mp3 vorbis -akode
-audiofile -debug* -flac -gstreamer -kdeenablefinal
-theora -xine -xinerama (-kdehiddenvisibility%)
(-musicbrainz%) 6,169 kB
[ebuild  N] app-crypt/gnupg-2.0.7  USE=ldap
-bzip2 -doc -nls -openct -pcsc-lite (-selinux)
-smartcard 3,526 kB
[ebuild  N] kde-base/kdeedu-3.5.8  USE=arts
-debug -kdeenablefinal -kig-scripting -solver
-xinerama 29,452 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdetoys-3.5.8 [3.5.2]
USE=arts -debug* -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility
-xinerama 3,193 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdewebdev-3.5.8-r1 [3.5.2]
USE=arts -debug* -doc -kdeenablefinal
-kdehiddenvisibility -tidy -xinerama 5,914 kB
[ebuild  N] app-crypt/gpgme-1.1.6  939 kB
[ebuild  N] sys-apps/hal-0.5.9.1-r3  USE=-acpi
-crypt -debug -dell -disk-partition -doc -pcmcia
(-selinux) 1,564 kB
[ebuild  N] app-misc/hal-info-20070618  117 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdebase-3.5.8-r6 [3.5.2-r2]
USE=arts cups hal* ieee1394 ldap* opengl pam
-branding% -debug* -java -joystick% -kdeenablefinal
-kdehiddenvisibility -lm_sensors -logitech-mouse
-openexr -samba -xcomposite -xinerama -xscreensaver
(-ssl%*) (-zeroconf%) 23,671 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdepim-3.5.8 [3.5.2-r2]
USE=arts -debug* -gnokii -kdeenablefinal -pda
-xinerama (-crypt%) (-kdehiddenvisibility%) 13,908 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdegames-3.5.8 [3.5.2]
USE=arts -debug* -kdeenablefinal -kdehiddenvisibility
-xinerama 10,527 kB
[ebuild U ] kde-base/kdenetwork-3.5.8 [3.5.2]
USE=arts ssl -debug* -jingle% -kdeenablefinal
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Re: [gentoo-user] update to portage 2.2

2009-02-26 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 26 February 2009 16:08:40 Alejandro wrote:
 2009/2/26 Alan McKinnon alan.mckin...@gmail.com

  On Thursday 26 February 2009 14:41:22 Alejandro wrote:
I just upgraded to the latatest portage version rc23 or similar. Added
 
  the
 
   set file linked in the KDE 4.x guide in /etc/portage/sets/kde. also
   unmasked all the packes also linked in the same guide I see a set
   called kde, but still i can't install kde because i get blocks and
   non-existant sets... so better i will wait to instll kde and also use
   the new version
 
  of
 
   portage.
 
  You are doing something wrong, as that exact same config works here. Do
  you have the kde-testing overlay installed? Did you emerge @kde-4.2 or
  emerge @kde? The latter will give you you the latest unstable snapshots
  which may or
  may not work. Use these links, etc:
 
  a...@nazgul ~ $ ls -al /etc/portage/package.keywords/kde*
  lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 85 Feb 11 17:15
  /etc/portage/package.keywords/kde-4.2 -
 
   /var/portage/local/layman/kde-
 
  testing/Documentation/package.keywords/kde-4.2.keywords
  a...@nazgul ~ $ ls -al /etc/portage/package.unmask/kde*
  lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 76 Feb 26 09:46
  /etc/portage/package.unmask/kde-4.2 -
 
  /var/portage/local/layman/kde-testing/Documentation/package.unmask/kde-4.
 2.0
 
  Then copy the set file from
  $PORTDIR/local/layman/kde-testing/sets/kde-4.2 to
  /etc/portage/sets, then run
 
  emerge -av @kde-4.2
 
  If you don't have the overlay installed, I can send you then files as
  attachments if you want.
 
 
  --
  alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com

 Thanks Alan, please send me the file i am not using the kde-overlay. I will
 try again tonight. Many thanks!

 Cheers!.


kde-4.2 set file. Copy to /etc/portage/sets/
kde-4.2.keywordskeywords. Copy to /etc/portage/package.keywords/
kde-4.2.0   unmask. I don't think you need this. 
It's here just in case.

-- 
alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com
# We don't include kdesdk on the global set
kde-base/kdelibs:4.2
kde-base/kdepimlibs:4.2
kde-base/kate:4.2
kde-base/kdeplasma-addons:4.2
kde-base/kde-l10n:4.2

@kdeaccessibility-4.2
@kdeadmin-4.2
@kdeartwork-4.2
@kdebase-4.2
@kdeedu-4.2
@kdegames-4.2
@kdegraphics-4.2
@kdemultimedia-4.2
@kdenetwork-4.2
@kdepim-4.2
@kdetoys-4.2
@kdeutils-4.2

#for developers
#...@kdebindings-4.2
#...@kdesdk-4.2
#...@kdewebdev-4.2
=kde-base/qimageblitz-0.0.4

app-misc/strigi
app-office/akonadi-server
dev-cpp/eigen:2
dev-libs/soprano
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kde-base/akregator:4.2
kde-base/amor:4.2
kde-base/ark:4.2
kde-base/automoc
kde-base/blinken:4.2
kde-base/bomber:4.2
kde-base/bovo:4.2
kde-base/cervisia:4.2
kde-base/dolphin:4.2
kde-base/dragonplayer:4.2
kde-base/drkonqi:4.2
kde-base/gwenview:4.2
kde-base/juk:4.2
kde-base/kaddressbook:4.2
kde-base/kalarm:4.2
kde-base/kalgebra:4.2
kde-base/kalzium:4.2
kde-base/kamera:4.2
kde-base/kanagram:4.2
kde-base/kapman:4.2
kde-base/kappfinder:4.2
kde-base/kapptemplate:4.2
kde-base/kate:4.2
kde-base/katomic:4.2
kde-base/kbattleship:4.2
kde-base/kblackbox:4.2
kde-base/kblocks:4.2
kde-base/kbounce:4.2
kde-base/kbreakout:4.2
kde-base/kbruch:4.2
kde-base/kbugbuster:4.2
kde-base/kcachegrind:4.2
kde-base/kcalc:4.2
kde-base/kcharselect:4.2
kde-base/kcheckpass:4.2
kde-base/kcminit:4.2
kde-base/kcmshell:4.2
kde-base/kcolorchooser:4.2
kde-base/kcontrol:4.2
kde-base/kcron:4.2
kde-base/kdeaccessibility-colorschemes:4.2
kde-base/kdeaccessibility-iconthemes:4.2
kde-base/kdeaccounts-plugin:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-colorschemes:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-desktopthemes:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-emoticons:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-iconthemes:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-iconthemes:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-kscreensaver:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-sounds:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-styles:4.2
kde-base/kdeartwork-wallpapers:4.2
kde-base/kdebase-cursors:4.2
kde-base/kdebase-data:4.2
kde-base/kdebase-desktoptheme:4.2
kde-base/kdebase-kioslaves:4.2
kde-base/kdebase-startkde:4.2
kde-base/kdebugdialog:4.2
kde-base/kdedglobalaccel:4.2
kde-base/kdegraphics-strigi-analyzer:4.2
kde-base/kde-l10n:4.2
kde-base/kdelibs:4.2
kde-base/kdemaildir:4.2
kde-base/kde-menu:4.2
kde-base/kde-menu-icons:4.2
kde-base/kdemultimedia-kioslaves:4.2
kde-base/kdenetwork-filesharing:4.2
kde-base/kdepasswd:4.2
kde-base/kdepim-icons:4.2
kde-base/kdepim-kresources:4.2
kde-base/kdepimlibs:4.2
kde-base/kdepim-strigi-analyzer:4.2
kde-base/kdepim-wizards:4.2
kde-base/kdeplasma-addons:4.2
kde-base/kdesdk-kioslaves:4.2
kde-base/kdesdk-misc:4.2
kde-base/kdesdk-scripts:4.2
kde-base/kdesdk-strigi-analyzer:4.2
kde-base/kdessh:4.2
kde-base/kdesu:4.2
kde-base/kde-wallpapers:4.2
kde-base/kdf:4.2
kde-base/kdialog:4.2
kde-base/kdiamond:4.2
kde-base/kdm:4.2
kde-base/kdnssd:4.2
kde-base/kdnssd:4.2
kde-base/keditbookmarks:4.2
kde-base/kephal:4.2
kde-base/kfile:4.2
kde-base/kfilereplace:4.2
kde-base/kfind:4.2
kde-base/kfloppy:4.2
kde-base/kfourinline:4.2
kde-base/kgamma:4.2
kde-base/kgeography:4.2
kde-base/kget

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: How install KDE4 without without layman overlays ?

2009-07-22 Thread Vagner Rodrigues
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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT] Dual-Opteron

2006-01-03 Thread Dale
] kde-base/konquest-3.5.0
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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT] Dual-Opteron

2006-01-04 Thread Boyd Stephen Smith Jr.
/itcl-3.3  
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Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Well, I went about updating my system again. (day 6)

2016-12-07 Thread Alan Grimes
 sse2 sse3 -avx -avx2 -fma3
-fma4 -sse4_1 -sse4_2 -ssse3 -xop" FFTOOLS="aviocat cws2fws ffescape
ffeval ffhash fourcc2pixfmt graph2dot ismindex pktdumper qt-faststart
sidxindex trasher" 8,385 KiB
[ebuild U  ] dev-qt/qtmultimedia-5.6.2:5/5.6::gentoo
[5.6.1:5/5.6::gentoo] USE="alsa gstreamer openal pulseaudio qml -debug
-gles2 -gstreamer010 {-test} -widgets" 3,411 KiB
[ebuild U  ] media-video/movit-1.4.0::gentoo [1.3.2::gentoo] 565 KiB
[ebuild U  ] media-video/ffmpeg-3.2.2:0/55.57.57::gentoo
[2.8.8:0/54.56.56::gentoo] USE="X alsa amr bzip2 cpudetection encode
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vorbis vpx x264 xcb xvid zlib (-altivec) -amrenc (-armv5te) (-armv6)
(-armv6t2) (-armvfp) -bluray -bs2b -cdio -celt -chromaprint% -debug -doc
-ebur128% -fdk -flite -frei0r -fribidi -gcrypt% -gme -gnutls -gsm
-iec61883 -ieee1394 -jack -kvazaar% -ladspa -libass -libcaca -libilbc%
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(-mmal) -modplug (-neon) -nvenc% -openh264% -oss -pic -rubberband%
-samba -schroedinger -snappy -speex -ssh -static-libs {-test} -twolame
-vaapi -vdpau -wavpack -webp -x265 -zimg% -zvbi (-aac%*) (-aacplus%)
(-examples%) (-faac%) (-libressl%) (-quvi%)" ABI_X86="32 (64) (-x32)"
CPU_FLAGS_X86="3dnow 3dnowext mmx mmxext sse sse2 sse3 -aes% -avx -avx2
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ffescape ffeval ffhash fourcc2pixfmt graph2dot ismindex pktdumper
qt-faststart sidxindex trasher" 9,387 KiB
[ebuild U  ] games-util/joystick-1.6.0::gentoo [1.5.1::gentoo]
USE="sdl udev" 50 KiB
[ebuild   R] media-libs/xine-lib-1.2.6-r1:1::gentoo  USE="X a52 aac
alsa css dts fbcon flac gtk ipv6 jpeg mad mmap mng nls opengl pulseaudio
sdl theora truetype v4l vcd vorbis vpx xcb xv xvmc -aalib (-altivec)
-bluray -directfb -dvb -dxr3 -fusionsound% -imagemagick -jack -libav
-libcaca -modplug -musepack -oss -samba -speex -vaapi -vdpau -vdr
(-vidix) (-vis) -wavpack -xinerama (-fusion%)" 0 KiB
[ebuild   R] net-misc/freerdp-2.0.0_pre20160722:0/2::gentoo  USE="X
alsa client cups ffmpeg gstreamer jpeg pulseaudio server usb xv -debug
-doc -libav% -libressl (-neon) -smartcard -systemd {-test} -wayland
-xinerama" CPU_FLAGS_X86="sse2" 0 KiB
[ebuild U  ] media-video/mplayer-1.3.0::gentoo [1.2.1::gentoo]
USE="X a52 alsa cdio cpudetection dga dts dvd dvdnav enca encode fbcon
ftp gif iconv ipv6 jpeg jpeg2k libass lzo mad mng mp3 nas network openal
opengl osdmenu png pulseaudio sdl shm theora truetype unicode v4l vcd
vorbis x264 xscreensaver xv xvid xvmc yuv4mpeg -aalib (-altivec) (-aqua)
-bidi -bl -bluray -bs2b -cddb -cdparanoia -debug -directfb -doc -dv -dvb
-faac -faad -ggi -gsm -jack -joystick -ladspa -libcaca -libmpeg2 -lirc
-live -md5sum -nut -oss -pnm -pvr -radio -rar -rtc -rtmp -samba
(-selinux) -speex -tga -toolame -tremor -twolame -vdpau (-vidix)
-xinerama -zoran (-xanim%)" CPU_FLAGS_X86="3dnow 3dnowext mmx mmxext sse
sse2 -ssse3" VIDEO_CARDS="-mga -s3virge -tdfx" 12,968 KiB
[ebuild U  ] net-p2p/retroshare-0.6.1::gentoo [0.6.0::gentoo]
USE="cli gui%* qt5 -feedreader -qt4 -voip" 17,581 KiB
[ebuild   R] dev-python/pygame-1.9.2_pre20120101-r2::gentoo  USE="X
-doc -examples {-test}" PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_4 python3_5
(-python3_3%)" 0 KiB
[ebuild U  ] games-engines/scummvm-1.8.1-r1::gentoo [1.8.1::gentoo]
USE="aac alsa flac fluidsynth jpeg mp3 mpeg2 opengl png theora truetype
vorbis zlib -debug -unsupported" 0 KiB
[ebuild U  ] media-libs/mlt-6.4.1::gentoo [6.2.0-r2::gentoo]
USE="ffmpeg fftw gtk kdenlive lua melt opengl python qt5 sdl xine xml
-compressed-lumas -debug -frei0r -jack -libav -libsamplerate -opencv%
-rtaudio -ruby -vdpau" CPU_FLAGS_X86="mmx sse sse2"
PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7" 1,313 KiB
[ebuild  N ] media-libs/phonon-4.9.0::gentoo  USE="gstreamer
pulseaudio qt4 qt5 (-aqua) -debug -designer -vlc (-zeitgeist)"
ABI_X86="32 (64) (-x32)" 0 KiB
[ebuild  N ] media-libs/phonon-gstreamer-4.9.0::gentoo  USE="alsa
network qt4 qt5 -debug" 0 KiB
[ebuild  N ] kde-apps/blinken-16.08.3:5::gentoo  USE="handbook
-debug" 550 KiB
[ebuild U  ]
kde-frameworks/frameworkintegration-5.28.0:5/5.28::gentoo
[5.26.0:5/5.26::gentoo] USE="X -debug {-test}" 1,709 KiB
[ebuild U  ] kde-plasma/kwrited-5.8.4:5::gentoo [5.7.5:5::gentoo]
USE="-debug" 20 KiB
[ebuild U  ] kde-apps/kruler-16.08.3:5::gentoo [16.08.1:5::gentoo]
USE="X handbook -debug" 121 KiB
[ebuild U  ] kde-plasma/ksshaskpass-5.8.4:5::gentoo
[5.7.5:5::gentoo] USE="-debug" 19 KiB
[ebuild U  ] kde-apps/krfb-16.08.3:5::gentoo [16.08.1:5::gentoo]
USE="handbook -debug" 318