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This is done with the command: Now, PLEASE remember, that next time you upgrade the system, Entropy wants to revert the changes made in "client.conf", by asking you to execute: equo conf update, and overwrite the file.Of course we DON'T want that, so select here to keep the old config file.A package mask means that the package is masked for another reason (and for most users it is not smart to unmask).The solutions are: These days there's also a more 'automated' solution, called "autounmask". The great benefit of the package is, it also unmasks / handles keywords of dependencies if needed.Before you go any further, there is no necessity to use Portage on your machine to compile packages that are not on the Entropy repositories.Packages can be compiled in a clean environment with the En: Sabayon Devkit without messing with your current system.

This one simple mistake can completely break your installation due to differing dependencies at the system level.

I have something like this: localhost ~ # emerge flamerobin Calculating dependencies !!!

All ebuilds that could satisfy "dev-db/flamerobin" have been masked. One of the following masked packages is required to complete your request: - dev-db/flamerobin-0.8.6 (masked by: ~x86 keyword) - dev-db/flamerobin-0.8.3 (masked by: ~x86 keyword) I would like to install version 0.8.6, but don't know how?

'equo update' will not update Portage packages, as they will be either masked or not present in Entropy.

You also cannot use 'emerge -av Du N @world', as this will replace all binary packages with source-based ones.

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