Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Justin
Nicolas Sebrecht schrieb: Justin Findlay [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: You probably just need to set it in your /etc/make.conf. make.conf is just a bunch of bash variables anyway. Hmmm. If I do that, it will be applied to all ebuilds. You can set it in /etc/portage/env/cat/pkg.

Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Nicolas Sebrecht
Justin [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: You can set it in /etc/portage/env/cat/pkg. Thank you. It works good. Is it documented somewhere ? There you set every variable portage knows and overwrite the default value. I always use this to use

Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Justin
Nicolas Sebrecht schrieb: Justin [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: You can set it in /etc/portage/env/cat/pkg. Thank you. It works good. Is it documented somewhere ? It must (because I found it), but as far as I remember it wasn't a good doc. signature.asc Description: OpenPGP

Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Nicolas Sebrecht
Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: man 5 ebuild Search for EXTRA_ECONF I have a new question then. Let's take an example: An ebuild has this line econf --configure-option=foo and my EXTRA_ECONF is set to --configure-option=bar. Is the issue actually known and would it be the same all

Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Justin
Nicolas Sebrecht schrieb: Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: man 5 ebuild Search for EXTRA_ECONF I have a new question then. Let's take an example: An ebuild has this line econf --configure-option=foo and my EXTRA_ECONF is set to --configure-option=bar. Is the issue

Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 10 Jun 2008 09:55:27 +0200, Nicolas Sebrecht wrote: I have a new question then. Let's take an example: An ebuild has this line econf --configure-option=foo and my EXTRA_ECONF is set to --configure-option=bar. Is the issue actually known and would it be the same all the time ? The

Re: [gentoo-user] Cleaning up installation / two glibc versions

2008-06-10 Thread Nicolai Beuermann
Nicolai Beuermann [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: Again the result was an unbootable system. What is the error exactly ? I cannot remember the exact words right now - when i´m back home i´ll consult the logs.

[gentoo-user] esound

2008-06-10 Thread Grant
I'm trying to remove all digital alteration of the sound on my music server before it hits the USB DAC. I have no jack, no pulseaudio, and I think I should remove esound. There doesn't seem to be an /etc/init.d script for it though. I've removed it from my USE flags, and un-emerged it, but now

Re: [gentoo-user] tuning ./configure parameters via emerge

2008-06-10 Thread Enrico Weigelt
* Nicolas Sebrecht [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I would like to compile a soft by passing some available options to ./configure. I'm currently pretty sure I have to build my own ebuild. I don't enjoy because of further maintenance. which package and which options are you exactly going to

Re: [gentoo-user] esound

2008-06-10 Thread Enrico Weigelt
* Grant [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to remove all digital alteration of the sound on my music server before it hits the USB DAC. I have no jack, no pulseaudio, and I think I should remove esound. There doesn't seem to be an /etc/init.d script for it though. At my site it's

Re: [gentoo-user] vixie cron

2008-06-10 Thread Teng Wang
Hi, Thank you very much. But how I can use @reboot? It might be good if I just run fetchmail once after rebooting. -- Wish you well! Teng Wang -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Cleaning up installation / two glibc versions

2008-06-10 Thread Enrico Weigelt
* Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The definitive way to find out exactly what is going on is to run emerge with the -t option and see from that what is pulling a package in. Is there any way to let emerge assume certain package is not installed (w/o tweaking /var/db/pkg) ? This would

Re: [gentoo-user] Cleaning up installation / two glibc versions

2008-06-10 Thread Enrico Weigelt
* Nicolai Beuermann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unmerging the old glibc ends up in an error about commands are no longer found. Back at the prompt I can´t fire any command. Nothing was found. Even shutdown failed. When you're trying to run some binary (which definitively exists and is +x)

Re: [gentoo-user] Subversion emerge fails

2008-06-10 Thread Enrico Weigelt
* Dirk Uys [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone. When I emerge subversion, i get the following error: snip checking for availability of Berkeley DB... no configure: error: Berkeley DB 4.0.14 wasn't found. hmm, probably a) broken ebuild (missing bdb dep) b) broken ./configure script

Re: [gentoo-user] vixie cron

2008-06-10 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Tuesday 10 June 2008, Teng Wang wrote: Hi, Thank you very much. But how I can use @reboot? It might be good if I just run fetchmail once after rebooting. I don't understand your question, the man page clearly tells you how to use it: Replace the first five columns in a crontab file with

Re: [gentoo-user] esound

2008-06-10 Thread Grant
I'm trying to remove all digital alteration of the sound on my music server before it hits the USB DAC. I have no jack, no pulseaudio, and I think I should remove esound. There doesn't seem to be an /etc/init.d script for it though. At my site it's called /etc/init.d/esound. Perhaps you'd

[gentoo-user] My Book® Home Edition™

2008-06-10 Thread Thomas Pedersen
Hey Was thinking of buying the Western Digital' My Book® Home Edition™, specially because of the eSATA connection... I heard they have an internal USB-hub for making the capacity gauge working. Anyone tried having one of those connected to a gentoo box, and does it work straight out of the box

Re: [gentoo-user] dspam useflags improvement (was tuning ./configure parameters via emerge)

2008-06-10 Thread Nicolas Sebrecht
Enrico Weigelt [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit: which package and which options are you exactly going to change ? IMHO, it's wise to improve the ebuild and perhaps add some useflag. I agree. It seems that current useflags doesn't permit enough tuning. Today, I need to use $EXTRA_ECONF with some