I just did an 'equo update && equo world' today and as it was installing kde 4.2.4 almost every kde package gave me the warning that I have the kdeprefix use flag enabled, and apparently that is not a good thing in order for upgrades to always go smoothly. I have not attempted to alter the default make.conf file since I installed sabayon (cautious newbie here), so I am wondering, do I want to disable that flag, or not, since it appears that SL's default is to have it enabled?
And if I do, is that done simply by placing a '-' in front of the flag? - that's what it looks like from what I found in the gentoo docs, but I want to be sure.
Last edited by tonyawards
on Sat Jun 13, 2009 18:15, edited 1 time in total.
SL Version: XI+, just rollin' along / Kernel 3.8.3 | KDE 4.10.1 | HP dv6000z | AMD Turion64 MK-36 | 2GB RAM | nVidia GeForce 6150