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it worked flawless for me. Nothing "bad" happened.
If it's a server you could also build a monolithic Kernel and remove
the dependency completly since most servers don't need loadable
modules. It even adds a little security-wise...
with kind regards,
On 19.03.2012 16:47, Paul Hartman wrote:
> udev-181 merge is blocked because :
> [blocks B ] sys-apps/module-init-tools
> ("sys-apps/module-init-tools" is blocking sys-apps/kmod-7) [blocks
> B ] sys-apps/kmod ("sys-apps/kmod" is blocking
> * Error: The above package list contains packages which cannot be *
> installed at the same time on the same system.
> (sys-apps/kmod-7::gentoo, ebuild scheduled for merge) pulled in by
>> =sys-apps/kmod-5 required by (sys-fs/udev-181::gentoo, ebuild
> scheduled for merge)
> (sys-apps/module-init-tools-3.16-r1::gentoo, installed) pulled in
>> =sys-apps/module-init-tools-3.2 required by
> (virtual/modutils-0::gentoo, installed)
> Googling, it looks like kmod is the replacement for
> module-init-tools, so it should just work, unless of course any
> packages explicitly depend on module-init-tools instead of the
> However, module-init-tools is part of system profile and I get the
> scary red text and 10-second countdown when I try to unmerge, so I
> chickened out and did a ctrl-c.
> Have any of you already changed from module-init-tools to kmod?
> Anything to be afraid of? It's a remote machine and I can boot
> rescue CD if it breaks, but I'd rather not have to do that.
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