Gentoo kde updating applications


#Collect all the source code in case the internet breaks emerge -e --fetchonly @system # try to get the world ones too.

If portage complains about packages you can use --exclude to get a partial list emerge -e --fetchonly @world #update system emerge -e @system #update config files. dispatch-config #alternately use etc-update or preferred tool #try to update world emerge -auv ND @world #if that fails (it will), try to update in pieces where But why? It seemed to me that the aforementioned strategy with a successive snapshots should prevent exactly the possibility of obtaining of an unmanageable mess: I'd just moving forward in time with a couple of months step, faced with the same problems as with usual monthly update, aren't I? configuration, you should revert back to the previous configuration. Allowed actions are limited to --help, --info, --search, --sync, and !!! vanger, I would opt for something half way between your incremental approach, which will be required for some packages and The Doctors, its faster to do a new install.

Before you proceed you should install wgetpaste so you can pastebin from the commandline to ask for help here if needed.

We are fresh out of crystal balls Here is the exact commands I would plan use in a non-X terminal with comments (denoted with #) as to why.

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