it didn't work
although I didn't know about the existence of that file!
On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 11:41 AM, Arttu V. <email@example.com> wrote:
On 12/17/09, Crístian Viana <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I run "glsa-check -f affected" to update a Gentoo system, but there's one
> specific package I can't update, because it's a C library someone is using
> and the 'secure' version is causing segmentation fault on her program, so I
> added it to packages.mask. but as I run glsa-check in a cron job, if there's
> one package it can't emerge, it won't emerge the rest of them (if only I
> could add "--keep-going").
> does anyone have a solution to this? I want to keep running glsa-check to
> update my system, but I don't want to update one specific package.
> Crístian Deives dos Santos Viana [aka CD1]
> Sent from Campinas, SP, Brazil
I don't know this for sure, but I wonder if putting the package in
package.provided would result in what you are looking for? So, unless
someone gets a better idea, I'd try to emerge the properly functioning
version of the package, and then mark it provided:
Crístian Deives dos Santos Viana [aka CD1]