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Gentoo Package Management

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A Portage Introduction

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mygentoo ~ # emerge –help
emerge: the other white meat (command-line interface to the Portage system)
Usage:
emerge [ options ] [ action ] [ ebuildfile | tbz2file | dependency ] [ … ]
emerge [ options ] [ action ] < system | world >
emerge < –sync | –metadata | –info >
emerge –resume [ –pretend | –ask | –skipfirst ]
emerge –help [ system | world | –sync ]
Options: -[abBcCdDefgGhkKlnNoOpqPsStuvV] [–oneshot] [–newuse] [–noconfmem]
[ –color < y | n >  ] [ –columns ]
[ –reinstall changed-use ] [–nospinner]
[ –deep  ] [–with-bdeps < y | n > ]
Actions: [ –clean | –depclean | –prune | –regen | –search | –unmerge ]

For more help try ’emerge –help –verbose’ or consult the man page.
mygentoo ~ #
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# emerge –sync

# emerge -s search_string

# emerge -av pkg_name

# emerge –unmerge pkg_name

# emerge -p pkg_name

# emerge -p -u –deep world

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/etc/make.conf

/etc/portage/package.keywords

/etc/portage/package.use

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# emerge gentoolkit

mygentoo ~ # equery
!!! No command or unknown command given
Usage: equery <global-opts> command <local-opts>
where <global-opts> is one of
-q, –quiet   – minimal output
-C, –nocolor – turn off colours
-h, –help    – this help screen
-V, –version – display version info
-N, –no-pipe – turn off pipe detection
where command(short) is one of
belongs(b) <local-opts> files… – list all packages owning files…
changes(c)  – not implemented yet
check(k) pkgspec – check MD5sums and timestamps of pkgspec’s files
depends(d) <local-opts> pkgspec – list all direct dependencies matching pkgspec
depgraph(g) <local-opts> pkgspec – display a dependency tree for pkgspec
files(f) <local-opts> pkgspec – list files owned by pkgspec
glsa(a)  – not implemented yet
hasuse(h) <local-opts> useflag – list all packages with useflag
list(l) <local-opts> pkgspec – list all packages matching pkgspec
size(s) <local-opts> pkgspec – print size of files contained in package pkgspec
stats(t)  – not implemented yet
uses(u) <local-opts> pkgspec – display USE flags for pkgspec
which(w) pkgspec – print full path to ebuild for package pkgspec
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# equery f pkg_name

# equery b file_name_full_path

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