Config files in 39etc39 need updating

13-Feb-2020 03:37

These are what you are seeing in your "packages.config" file.

I am expecting that the Nu Get will automatically scan these packages.config and download as necessary. After you do that you can click "installed packages" on the left hand side to see the packages that you currently have installed.

Alternatively, you can leave Config File Protection on but tell Portage that it can overwrite files in certain specific /etc subdirectories.

For example, if you wanted Portage to automatically update your rc scripts and your wget configuration, but didn't want any other changes made without your explicit approval, you'd add this to /etc/make.conf: CONFIG_PROTECT_MASK="/etc/wget /etc/rc.d"This explains what is going on, so I won't repeat that.

Alternatively you can use the package manager console to do things like updating, installing older versions or all sorts of things with the nuget manager. (Information about updating a package is at the bottom of the page).

config files in 39etc39 need updating-82

We headed to the market in Cebu to pick up fresh vegetables.For all I know I could fall in love with a Danish girl in the Philippines, or a Swedish girl in Canada, or a Filipina in the Canada…In an incident that must have had the Secret Service detail requiring oxygen, President Trump waded among a sea of sword-wielding partygoers participating in a traditional Saudi Sword-dance (or Ardah).Now if you are Filipino reading this I want you to stop here and think: If you didn’t know me, had no clue what I was doing here in the Philippines.Next, we are instructed to use the find command to get a list of what needs updating (find /etc -iname '._cfg???? For example, you might see: # find /etc -iname '._cfg????_*' /etc/conf.d/._cfg0000_net /etc/init.d/._cfg0000_clock /etc/init.d/._cfg0000_bootmisc /etc/init.d/._cfg0000_checkfs /etc/skel/._cfg0000_.bash_profile /etc/skel/._cfg0000_.bashrc /etc/._cfg0000_fstab /etc/._cfg0000_hosts /etc/._cfg0000_modules.autoload In this example, the only differences are the "Distributed" and "Header" lines.

We headed to the market in Cebu to pick up fresh vegetables.

For all I know I could fall in love with a Danish girl in the Philippines, or a Swedish girl in Canada, or a Filipina in the Canada…In an incident that must have had the Secret Service detail requiring oxygen, President Trump waded among a sea of sword-wielding partygoers participating in a traditional Saudi Sword-dance (or Ardah).

Now if you are Filipino reading this I want you to stop here and think: If you didn’t know me, had no clue what I was doing here in the Philippines.

Next, we are instructed to use the find command to get a list of what needs updating (find /etc -iname '._cfg???? For example, you might see: # find /etc -iname '._cfg????

_*' /etc/conf.d/._cfg0000_net /etc/init.d/._cfg0000_clock /etc/init.d/._cfg0000_bootmisc /etc/init.d/._cfg0000_checkfs /etc/skel/._cfg0000_.bash_profile /etc/skel/._cfg0000_.bashrc /etc/._cfg0000_fstab /etc/._cfg0000_hosts /etc/._cfg0000_modules.autoload In this example, the only differences are the "Distributed" and "Header" lines.

_*' You can disable this feature by setting CONFIG_PROTECT="-*" in /etc/