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

2006-06-13 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Sun, 11 Jun 2006 16:12:48 -0700, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: I first guess is to unmerge everything KDE, but even then, I'm not quite sure Not everything KDE, leave arts and any other dependencies what I should emerge in its place. kde-meta? And what will my system be capable of in the

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

2006-06-13 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
On 6/13/06, Neil Bothwick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 11 Jun 2006 16:12:48 -0700, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: I first guess is to unmerge everything KDE, but even then, I'm not quite sureNot everything KDE, leave arts and any other dependencies what I should emerge in its place.kde-meta?And what

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

2006-06-13 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 13 Jun 2006 08:39:52 -0700, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: You use gmail, so as long as you have a desktop (twm is included with xorg) and a browser (firefox?) you can communicate. This is good to hear, but it's entirely theoretical from my point of view. How would I find out about turning

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

2006-06-13 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
On 6/13/06, Neil Bothwick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 13 Jun 2006 08:39:52 -0700, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: You use gmail, so as long as you have a desktop (twm is included with xorg) and a browser (firefox?) you can communicate. This is good to hear, but it's entirely theoretical from my point

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

2006-06-13 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 13 Jun 2006 09:26:01 -0700, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: If you use /etc/rc.conf to set your desktop (the Gentoo way) then booting to a console and running startx will give you twm. alternatively, you could emerge another window manager, such as Fluxbox. I guess I do. /etc/rc.conf

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

2006-06-12 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
On 6/11/06, Bo ├śrsted Andresen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sunday 11 June 2006 23:32, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: That sounds interesting, but I have no idea what to do about it. I think once upon a time, when I was first installing gentoo, I opted for KDE.I haven't done a thing about it since KDE

[gentoo-user] A gentoo kind of dependency heck

2006-06-11 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
Once again... portage is mad at me, I guess... unless I'm not alonekdepim is required by KDE: treat ~ # equery --nocolor depends kdepim-3.5.2-r2 [ Searching for packages depending on kdepim-3.5.2-r2... ] kde-base/kde-3.5.2 kde-base/kdeaddons-3.5.2-r1 treat ~ # BUT is blocked by other pieces of

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

2006-06-11 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
On Monday, 12 June 2006 3:17, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: Once again... portage is mad at me, I guess... unless I'm not alone kdepim is required by KDE: treat ~ # equery --nocolor depends kdepim-3.5.2-r2 [ Searching for packages depending on kdepim-3.5.2-r2... ] kde-base/kde-3.5.2

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

2006-06-11 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
On 6/11/06, Raymond Lewis Rebbeck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Monday, 12 June 2006 3:17, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: Once again... portage is mad at me, I guess...unless I'm not alone kdepim is required by KDE: treat ~ # equery --nocolor depends kdepim-3.5.2-r2 [ Searching for packages depending on

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

2006-06-11 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
On 6/11/06, Kevin O'Gorman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 6/11/06, Raymond Lewis Rebbeck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Monday, 12 June 2006 3:17, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: Once again... portage is mad at me, I guess...unless I'm not alone kdepim is required by KDE: treat ~ # equery --nocolor depends

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

2006-06-11 Thread b.n.
That sounds interesting, but I have no idea what to do about it. I think once upon a time, when I was first installing gentoo, I opted for KDE. I haven't done a thing about it since KDE 3.2. Now all of a sudden I've got this conflict. What do I need to change? Here you will find

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

2006-06-11 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
On Monday, 12 June 2006 7:02, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: On 6/11/06, Raymond Lewis Rebbeck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Monday, 12 June 2006 3:17, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: Once again... portage is mad at me, I guess... unless I'm not alone kdepim is required by KDE: treat ~ # equery

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

2006-06-11 Thread Kevin O'Gorman
On 6/11/06, b.n. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That sounds interesting, but I have no idea what to do about it. I think once upon a time, when I was first installing gentoo, I opted for KDE.I haven't done a thing about it since KDE 3.2.Now all of a sudden I've got this conflict. What do I need to

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

2006-06-11 Thread Bo ├śrsted Andresen
On Sunday 11 June 2006 23:32, Kevin O'Gorman wrote: That sounds interesting, but I have no idea what to do about it. I think once upon a time, when I was first installing gentoo, I opted for KDE. I haven't done a thing about it since KDE 3.2. Now all of a sudden I've got this conflict.

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

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

2006-06-11 Thread Richard Fish
On 6/11/06, Richard Fish [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Move to monolithic: No matter how much I proof read these days...something always slips through. Of course this should say Move to split ebuilds... -Richard -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list