ark-4.4.5-cli7zip.patch - Digest verification failed
On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 1:13 AM, Albert Hopkins <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2010-09-17 at 18:23 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
>> >>> Verifying ebuild manifests
>> !!! Digest verification failed:
>> !!! /usr/portage/kde-base/ark/files/ark-4.4.5-cli7zip.patch
>> !!! Reason: Failed on RMD160 verification
>> !!! Got: 285b725e7542b78815f0f909a65b4b6ec20cee89
>> !!! Expected: 57369a955bff3038ad0c105eea0179bbb795a030
>> firefly ~ #
>> * *Google isn't turning anything up. Normally these things get cleared
>> up within about a day but this time around I'm starting to wonder if I
>> have some other problem here and this is only a symptom?
>> * *I'm sure there's some way I can get past it WRT emerge but I'd
>> rather get it handled at the source if possible. I though about
>> deleting things in the path shown above but I haven't ever removed
>> anything except distfiles and didn't want to start now.
> Why not? *It's in your portage tree. *Any deleted/altered files get
> replaced on the next --sync anyway.
> Having said that. *My copy of the file indeed matches the manifest. *So
> either you need to re --sync, delete the file and re --sync, or try
> syncing from a different mirror.
Thanks Albert. It worked and the problem is gone.
In a related way I've never stopped to look at /usr in the process of
doing an install. I have an old Mac Mini that I've been trying to get
Gentoo running on recently so in the middle of my install this morning
I stopped after untarring the stage-3 tarball and before untarring the
portage snapshot and found that /usr/portage doesn't exist at that
Does this suggest that I'm actually free at any time to rm -r
/usr/portage and just untar the current snapshot? Other than distfiles
and the overhead of downloading all that stuff again is there anything
in /usr/portage that once erased would damage the machine?
I can always get most of distfile from other machines around here so
it's really a question as to whether portage and emerge build anything
in /usr/portage that cannot be recreated without much trouble.