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Broken system after removing xf86-input-evdev. How to update xorg-x11?


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Hi! I try to recompile all my world with -O3 but I am a novice beneath a portage sky.

I had been trying to emerge xorg-drivers and seen that xf86-input-evdev is masked. I deleted it with a thought that emerging xorg-x11 will get all dependencies. But it did not. So this had broken my laptop:

# emerge --unmerge xf86-input-evdev
# emerge xorg-x11
# reboot

Now I cannot type my pass in SLIM and there is no mouse. I have usb-srick with system-rescue-cd. So how turn back my system? How to emerge xorg-x11 with all dependencies.

One remark: I do not want to add to my world xorg-drivers cause wise man said: ''World contains programs that have dependencies. World is not dependencies.'

 

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thank you.

$ eix shotcut
* media-video/shotcut [1]
     Available versions:  (~)17.12 {LINGUAS="ca cs da de el en es fr gd hu it ja nb ne nl oc pl pt_BR pt_PT ru sk sl tr uk zh_CN zh_TW"}
     Homepage:            https://www.shotcut.org/
     Description:         A free, open source, cross-platform video editor

[1] "media-kit" /var/git/meta-repo/kits/media-kit

but I cannot find it here   https://github.com/search?q=org%3Afuntoo+shotcut or here  https://github.com/funtoo/media-kit/tree/1.0-prime/media-video

 

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