#gentoo - Wed 21 Feb 2007 between 00:04 and 00:10

NY Lost Funds



newimprovedYeTr2, what shoudl i be using then?
lwh|magenewiproved: Stable version ;)
newimprovedhow?
sharp15NightKhaos: never mind. emerge figured out the program was installed once I stopped using --resume.
YeTr2it's your choice, but when using ~x86, don't gripe about how it's broken, fix them instead
newimprovedhow can i tell what version i am using?"
unitywhat webcam chat/conference style programs are available for linux that i will be able to use to webcam with a windows user?
YeTr2newimproved: do you have anything in /etc/portage/package.keywords ?
newimprovedunity, http://www.linuxeq.com/
YeTr2newimproved: do you have a line like 'ACCEPT_KEYWORDS' in your /etc/make.conf
newimprovedya this x11-base/xorg-server ~x86
actionendra uses ACCEPT_KEYWORDS
endrauses ACCEPT_KEYWORDS
unitynewimproved: thanks, will bookmark it
lwh|mageendra: And how do you fill with that? :)
endraI feel great.
YeTr2newimproved: the other is, update portage, then emerge -NDu world to see if there is a newer version of something out
endraAll my machines use accept_keywords ~x86 .. maybe when portage starts telling us every package/dep to unmask I'll switch back to stable
lwh|mageendra: In ACCEPT_KEYWORDS I have blank stirng thats good?
newimprovedshould i not be using xorg-server -x86 YeTr2 ?
lwh|mage*string
endralwh|mage: well, it doesn't make a difference :-)
lwh|mage: if its blank it just means accept only stable packages
JackieRipperbut shouldn't it be x86 then?
kepstinlwh|mage, either blank or commented out is fine
YeTr2newimproved: it could help to either stay entirely x86, or go full ~x86.
lwh|mageendra: Yeah, ;D
JackieRipperwhat does it default to?
lwh|mageendra: I tall about it! ;)
kepstinit'll default to the stable for your system's arch if left blank
newimprovedso get ride of the ~ in the package keywords?
lwh|mageendra: Gentoo default setting rox ;)
kepstinalso, downgrading an entire system from ~x86 to x86 WILL BREAK THINGS
YeTr2newimproved: if there isn't any reason to use ~x86 packages, then I see no reason to bother with the headache of whether or not a package will work if the current one already fullfills my needs
endrakepstin: your compile will break things lol.
compiler, even
newimprovedYeTr2, well what reason would there be?
YeTr2newimproved: what was the reason you chose to make xorg-xserver ~x86 ?
newimprovedand do you think it could be causing this problem?
hell if i know
my friend did it

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