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Old 05-17-2011, 01:42 PM
Helmut Jarausch
Default Compare two Gentoo machines - please help


I have two (nearly) identical machines, both running ~amd64 Gentoo up-
to-date and with a (nearly) identical set of installed packages.

Still, on one of these machines KDE crashes with that infamous polkit-
kde-authentication-agent-1 segmentation fault.

On the other machine there is no problem.

How can one smartly compare two Gentoo installations.

Currently I would have to produce an md5sum of all files in
/etc /usr /var and / and compare these. But there are dozens of
thousands of files in these directories.

Many thanks for any ideas,

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