thanks for teh info and the link...
One short question:
Is this process a long process which needs interaction
of the user often or is it a long process, when prepared
compiles/does things alone for a long time (so I can start the whole
thing for a nightly run...)
Have a nice sunday!
Alan McKinnon <firstname.lastname@example.org> [08-09-21 11:04]:
> On Sunday 21 September 2008 10:16:44 email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi,
> > another problem which did exist before the bug in eix...
> > After
> > emerge --color=n --verbose --update --deep world
> > I get a list of new/updatable package. And I got blocking packages as
> > well.
> > I (think to) know, what "blocked" means, but this:
> "block" means that two packages cannot be installed on the same machine at the
> same time. The most common reason is that they want to install the exact same
> files, and portage would have no way of knowing which package provided a file
> and if everything else that is necessary is actually on the system.
> You have run slap bang into the infamous kde-meta problem :-)
> Solution here:
> Beware: fixing this is relatively straightforward, but it is mind-numbingly
> tedious and takes a long time while portage recompiles kde
> alan dot mckinnon at gmail dot com
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