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And today I think if you encounter anything stable that depends on a ~x86 package, it is a bug, and should be filed as such. > > My file is empty?! You may always return your system to its pre-repair condition. To make the impression even bigger each line has got a red star in front of it. Run > > /sbin/depscan.sh > > > > Daevid Vincent: > > > * Dependancy info is missing! Source

Plus I do this while at my work, so I have another computer to use to get online and send emails with, if I hose my notebook (like the past few Yes. HTH Sergio -- [hidden email] mailing list Daevid Vincent Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ RE: Dependency info Please feel free to contact us. © 2001–2016 Gentoo Foundation, Inc.

Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. Disclaimer: The views expressed on this blog are those of the author(s), and not those of the Microsoft Corporation. To do that, I booted the livecd, chrooted and reemerged the failing app, you could do that for your system, you'll probably get networking without mess with ifconfig or iwconfig (because Se connecter !

No anything. > > I'ld try remerging baselayout. > > HTH > Sergio > -- > [hidden email] mailing list > > -- [hidden email] mailing list Bugzilla from [email protected] Reply Technically, your computer might no longer be infected, but that doesn't mean it's error-free. So CLEVER! :D d -- [hidden email] mailing list Bugzilla from [email protected] Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Le clavier n'est plus en français, le nom de ma machine n'est plus connu ("none").

I guess another case where things could go bad is if you ran out of space on /var at a critical point, the depscan.sh could fail. I don't believe I updated anything sensitive. It seems > that 'baselayout' did that for me. It tries to read /var/lib/init.d/deptree, and looks for a specific variable to be set that indicates the dependacy information was read.

I tried "emerge --metadata" (I'm just wildly guessing at this point), to no avail. After relaunching in the middle of the runlevel 1, right after "configuring kernel parameters, updating environment , cleaning /var/lock, /var/run and /tmp", I've been informed that: Dependency info is missing! drwxr-xr-x 35 root root 4096 Apr 7 02:59 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 46801 Apr 10 02:36 depcache -rw------- 1 root root 4096 Nov 9 2004 depcache.Xm3aOuR -rw-r--r-- You can review a summary of the problems detected during your scan. Will Reimage fix my Gentoo Error Running Sbin Depscan problem?

Run /sbin/depscan.sh On 4/10/06, Daevid Vincent <[hidden email]> wrote: > Ah. official site Ah. Your computer should also run faster and smoother after using this software. Si je cherche à éteindre la machine, rebelotte : il s'arrete avant extinction totale.

I was happily/frustratingly trying to figure out why X7 doesn't work with my 'nvidia' driver. this contact form Is /var a separate filesystem? You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Please run > > * #/sbin/depscan.sh > > * to fix this. > > > > Well, of course I do run that script and it does absolutely > >

Otherwise it just fills up my hard drive with out-dated stuff. Plus it seems there is such a LONG lag before > things are marked as stable. This message is generated by /lib/rcscripts/sh/rc-services.sh. have a peek here Please run > > * #/sbin/depscan.sh > > * to fix this. > > > > Well, of course I do run that script and it does absolutely > >

However, you surely can remerge what you have alreary emerged once ;-) You do not clean /usr/portage/distfiles. Run /sbin/depscan.sh In reply to this post by Bugzilla from [email protected] > Well I think ~x86 is generally usable, but you do have to be a bit > more cautious. Contents reflect the opinion of the author, not the Gentoo project or the Gentoo Foundation.

Well, again, that was a while ago, and now I'm used to the package.keywords file... > > My file is empty?! :( > > > > > Is there a way

any suggestions? So delete deptree, and run depscan.sh again with the --debug option. Click Here To Download the Gentoo Error Running Sbin Depscan Repair Tool Recommended: In order to repair your system and Gentoo Error Running Sbin Depscan, download and run Reimage. Although my opinion is that remerging baselayout is unlikely to help. -Richard -- [hidden email] mailing list Sergio Polini Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ |

gentoo.org sites gentoo.org Wiki Bugs Forums Packages Planet Archives Sources Infra Status Archives Toggle navigation Home All Archives gentoo-user Gentoo Archives: gentoo-user From: Daevid Vincent To: [email protected] Subject: [gentoo-user] Dependency Of course. When you have multiple applications running, you may experience crashes and freezes. Check This Out Run /sbin/depscan.sh How can I do that when I don't have networking?! :( > -----Original Message----- > From: Sergio Polini [mailto:[hidden email]] > Sent: Monday, April 10, 2006 12:32 PM >

At the end of the scan, you can review your PC's Hardware, Security and Stability in comparison with a worldwide average. It > tries to read /var/lib/init.d/deptree, and looks for a specific > variable to be set that indicates the dependacy information was read. > > Does /var/lib/init.d/deptree exist on your system? I've stopped the update process with ctrl-c in order to turn the PC off. Run /sbin/depscan.sh [SOLVED] In reply to this post by Sergio Polini Thank you Sergio.

I've learned to not upgrade my servers unless needed, and I use my notebook as the "testing ground". A badly timed Ctrl-alt-del or reboot could be the culprit. I'ld try remerging baselayout. This often means that DLL's will get overwritten by newer versions when a new program is installed, for example.

There is a > window of opportunity while depscan is running that if it is aborted, > will leave you with an empty file. Run > /sbin/depscan.sh > > Daevid Vincent: > > * Dependancy info is missing! Did it get > mounted? Thankfully it only takes minutes to run a scan and see what issues Reimage can detect and fix.

Is there a way to rebuild this file? > It should have several hundred lines in the form of: > RC_DEPEND_TREE[0]=69 > RC_DEPEND_TREE[10]="consolefont" > RC_DEPEND_TREE[10+2]="keymaps localmount" > RC_DEPEND_TREE[10+3]= > RC_DEPEND_TREE[10+4]= > I've tried to google around and find a solution to this problem, but despite finding few quite similar problems I haven't found anything which would help me with this particular difficulty. No anything. > > I'ld try remerging baselayout. > > HTH > Sergio > -- > [hidden email] mailing list > > -- [hidden email] mailing list Daevid Vincent Reply | Well I think ~x86 is generally usable, but you do have to be a bit more cautious.