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Good morning after a bit of a rocky transition to the new kit setup, I've noticed that eselect set python X doesn't seem to be working: mediaserver ~ # eselect python list Available Python interpreters, in order of preference:  python3.4  python3.6  python2.7 (fallback) mediaserver ~ # eselect python set 1 mediaserver ~ # eselect python list Available Python interpreters, in order of preference:  python3.4  python3.6  python2.7 (fallback) No asterisk after python3.4 However eselect kernel seems to be working appropriately: mediaserver ~
Putting my sever setup together (move from debian -> funtoo) I faced the issue of installing php5. I found enough docs to walk me through issues/pitfalls to get going. However, when I emerged dev-libs/php5 I got something unexpected back. emerge complained about the dependencies built into the app-admin/eselect-php ebuild (ver 0.7.1-r3). It seems that the version of php available was "too new". The available php version was 5.5.19 but eselect-php had a hard dependency of "!<dev-lang/php-5.5.0_beta1-r2". Well, that seems silly. So I followed the steps for making a Local Overlay ,
The www-client/firefox 'plugin check' indicates that my Java Plugin 10.67.2 is vulnerable. Currently I have dev-java/oracle-jdk-bin:1.7 (18.104.22.168) installed and eselect java-nsplugin is therefore set to oracle-jdk-bin-1.7. Looking at available packages I see that there is a 1.8 version (22.214.171.124). So I went ahead and installed this version with emerge --oneshot oracle-jdk-bin:1.8 eselect java-nsplugin now lists 1.7 and 1.8 however if I attempt to set 1.8 it fails with the following message !!! Error: Usage: set [32bit or 64bit] [nsplugin-vm] exiting It is also worth noting that I rec