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I recently did a system-wide update for Gentoo using Kuroo, meaning I don't know the command used. After installing all night, everything appeared to be finished, and I rebooted. Now I'm getting an error when I try to install kig, and when I try to install kdebluetooth,(see errors at very end of post) and when I su and type in my password, I get this:
I haven't sync'd in a while, I don't use KDE, and I wouldn't be caught dead using a GUI for portage, so take the following for what it's worth.
That looks suspiciously like a gcc mismatch. You running ~arch by any chance, and maybe picked up gcc 4.1 ???. I saw a note in the latest weekly newsletter re KDE and gcc mixing. Have a look at the gentoo bugzilla maybe.