cvill64 wrote:don't do an emerge world unless you know what you are doing !!!! I can't stress this enough, those are just masking packages, if you don't know what they mean, consult the almighty tome of gentoo-wiki to learn and you will be able to perform it
seriously though, no reason to run emerge world after an install, when you upgrade other packages or install new things, packages will be upgraded when needed. If it ain't broke, don't fix it
john_doe wrote:If a package is blocked just delete the package that is named first (...is blocking) and run "emerge -uavDN world" again.Portage lets you decide whether you want to delete a package or not.The functionallity of the old package will be replaced by the new one.Both can not be installed at the same time.
Yes,I agree with you.But Sabayon has to run on many computers and the installer copies the live-cd less or more on it.Regular Gentoo is build from the ground to your needs.With Sabayon you have to clean first your settings for your system,otherwise there will be compiled many things that are unneeded by you which will cost much unnecessary time.
cvill64 wrote:Disagree? Even the gentoo devs say that emerge world MAY introduce system unstability
*** WARNING *** As a safety measure, depclean will not remove any packages
*** WARNING *** unless *all* required dependencies have been resolved. As a
*** WARNING *** consequence, it is often necessary to run
*** WARNING *** `emerge --update --deep world` prior to depclean.
konstk wrote:Have to disagree with cvill64.
emerge world is the right of every gentoo (and gentoo derived) distro user. Otherwise why bother with Gentoo or Sabayon Linux? It's the reason we chose these distros. Of course it's not as easy as it seems but nothing ever is.
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