How to use colordiff with etc-update in Gentoo. If you're using Gentoo you're probably annoyed with how hard it is to find the relevant part of the diff-output from etc-update.. This is how the default output looks like:
I like it, but I'm not sure I'd agree with the --keep-going on the world update. I've seen that cause a few problems that would have been easier to handle if the emerge had died at the first sign of trouble. On a different note, is a full system upgrade the process of checking everything for updates? If so, then you need to add at least an:
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I have an overlay alone with the default portage. Basically, I want to emerge only the updates from the main portage when I run emerge world -unD, and emerge the extra packages from the overlay explicitly.. But now, each time I run emerge world, I got all the packages from both portage.. I want to know what is the best way to keep enforce update from one portage only.
[gentoo-user] a couple of preserved-rebuild problems -- how to fix Showing 1-22 of 22 messages [gentoo-user] a couple of preserved-rebuild problems -- how to fix:
If you managed a Gentoo machine long enough, I'm sure you've seen an endless list of block statements when trying to do an upgrade or just about… EVERYTHING. But updating 'dev-lang/perl' in particular on a Gentoo based machine can be an experiment in premature hair loss. The following can save a couple of those hairs: