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Best Answer Sandro , 24 November 2015 - 08:44 PM

Since in the ouput there was files in conflict, i've choiced this way to be sure that re-emerging oxygen-icons might  be compiled without errors.

I know about the --keep-going; I use it if i want to recompile (emerge -e world) the entire system and "sleep without problem" :D

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tuxman

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portage is keep installing kde-apps/oxygen-icons-15.04.3 and causing my emege -auDN @world to fail. Last time I deleted /usr/share/icons/oxygen to circumvent the problem but this is becoming daily thing and today deleting oxygen folder couldn't stop file collisions.

 

* Detected file collision(s):
 *
 *      /usr/share/doc/oxygen-icons-15.04.3/AUTHORS.bz2
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 * Searching all installed packages for file collisions...
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 * Press Ctrl-C to Stop
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 * kde-frameworks/oxygen-icons-15.04.3:5::gentoo
 *      /usr/share/doc/oxygen-icons-15.04.3/AUTHORS.bz2
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 * Package 'kde-apps/oxygen-icons-15.04.3' NOT merged due to file
 * collisions. If necessary, refer to your elog messages for the whole
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oxygen-icons issue is included in this bug report:  KDE: a several cases to resolve.

Quote from end of bug reports first paragraph is your issue:

A side effect of this is that kde-frameworks move occured but ebuilds prefer kde-apps/oxygen-icons dependency at same time and giving file collision between kde-apps/oxygen-icons and kde-frameworks/oxygen-icons. build.log attached.

 

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# emerge -C oxygen-icons
# emerge -DNu world

 

Solved (for me)


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oxygen-icons issue is included in this bug report:  KDE: a several cases to resolve.

Quote from end of bug reports first paragraph is your issue:

A side effect of this is that kde-frameworks move occured but ebuilds prefer kde-apps/oxygen-icons dependency at same time and giving file collision between kde-apps/oxygen-icons and kde-frameworks/oxygen-icons. build.log attached.

 

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Thank you for your knoweldgeable replay. I had no clue it was a bug.

 

 

# emerge -C oxygen-icons
# emerge -DNu world

Solved (for me)

 

 

I am running this command as I speak, and so far no error. Thank  you for swift response.



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I'm very happy about the "succes" and for your words ... thanx dear friend :)



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This would have also worked, without unmerging oxygen-icons:

emerge -DNu --keep-going @world

That lets emerge continue after an error installing a package.



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✓  Best Answer

Since in the ouput there was files in conflict, i've choiced this way to be sure that re-emerging oxygen-icons might  be compiled without errors.

I know about the --keep-going; I use it if i want to recompile (emerge -e world) the entire system and "sleep without problem" :D





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