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Everything posted by ballsystemlord

  1. dev-python/sphinx dev-python/pygments, dev-lang/php-5.5.24 media-libs/libvpx, dev-libs/openssl app-crypt/mit-krb5, sys-libs/ncurses sys-libs/gpm, dev-python/jinja dev-python/sphinx, dev-python/six dev-python/sphinx
  2. The forum's software removing the newlines! And it wil not let me edit my post (broken js). They are in pairs, I'll put commas in the next post.
  3. media-gfx/imagemagick media-gfx/autotrace dev-python/cython dev-python-numpy dev-ruby/rdoc dev-ruby/racc dev-libs/cyrus-sasl net-nds/openldap
  4. Hello, I decided that instead of just manually solving the circular deps I get I'd rather point them out and maybe you guys could eventually fix them so others would not have to do this. This is just me trying to make funtoo better, I don't claim that cirular dependencies can be fully removed or that you MUST do something about it. You may feel free to add any that you find, I will as I go along so check for updates! media-libs/giflib-4.1.6-r3 media-libs/urt-3.1b-r1
  5. Hello, I am installing funtoo and I copied my make.conf, package.use, etc. files over since I liked that use flags I'm using and I got a messsage while updating world that there are no ebuilds for dev-python/python-docs needed by dev-lang/python-3.3.6-r1000 with the doc use flag enabled. I'm not sure if this is a bug in the ebuild or what.
  6. Great answers everyone! I've noticed with gentoo that many packages, when they find a bug in the package, and it's unmaintained, they delete it from the repo. Does funtoo follow the same policy because it seems sad to me that an attempt is not made to fix the problem, the package becomes "throw away ware". I mean, the whole point of open source (substitute your prefered term) was to prevent programs from being just tossed out and the wheel re-invented later. Also, is there a guide to switch from gentoo to funtoo? Or do I need to do a complete reinstall.
  7. Hello, I installed gentoo onto my system and then I discovered funtoo and I can't for the life of me find a page telling what is different between the two. What does it do better? How does it do it? I'm no newbie to linux so please chuck it at me.
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