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lemon09 02-13-2013 09:03 PM

equo upgrade showing error
 
hi.
for the first time i've installed sabayon in my machine. following the wiki link

Code:

http://wiki.sabayon.org/index.php?title=En:Entropy
i tried upgrading my system. however it ends up in an error. it reads the following

Code:

## Source Package Manager is too old, please update it: UnsupportedAPIException()
## An error occured. Action aborted.

i tried upgrading it using rigo but there's also no luck. it's all the same.
Please help.

Johnny Who 02-22-2013 02:28 PM

layman -a sabayon sabayon-distro
layman --sync ALL
emerge --sync
emerge entropy equo
equo upgrade

Fred Caro 08-02-2013 06:49 PM

Johnny,
please can you explain why you would run those commands and what they do?

Fred.

leandean 08-05-2013 02:35 AM

You need to use portage, the gentoo package manager to update equo.
layman -a :adds the sabayon and sabayon-distro repository ports to portage.
layman --sync ALL :makes sure the different ports play together,
emerge --sync :updates the portage package list.

## You can do two and three of the above with one command: emerge --sync && layman --sync sabayon && layman --sync sabayon-distro

emerge entropy equo :installs equo and entropy using the gentoo package manager.

Now you can do your updates: equo upgrade --ask : --ask shows you what will be upgraded, any dependencies, etc. Just type 'y' a couple of times and you're off and running.

hugegameartgd 12-10-2018 09:10 AM

Hello,
I tried these steps and I'm still getting the same error:
╠ ## Unpacking: dev-libs:libbytesize-1.4.11af32d0f43b617a8afd3ad7283f67a161ca9f20~0.tbz2
╠ ## Package phase: setup
☢ ## Source Package Manager is too old, please update it: UnsupportedAPIException()
☢ ## An error occurred. Action aborted.

rollerskate 02-09-2019 08:18 AM

I'm having the same exact issue.

Quote:

layman -a sabayon sabayon-distro

* Adding overlay...
* Overlay "sabayon" is not official. Continue installing? [y/n]: y
* Program "/usr/bin/git" not found
* File /usr/bin/git seems to be missing! Overlay type "git" not supported. Did you emerge dev-vcs/git?
* Adding repository "sabayon" failed!
* Overlay "sabayon-distro" is not official. Continue installing? [y/n]: y
* Program "/usr/bin/git" not found
* File /usr/bin/git seems to be missing! Overlay type "git" not supported. Did you emerge dev-vcs/git?
* Adding repository "sabayon-distro" failed!

* CLI: Errors occurred processing action add
* Adding repository "sabayon" failed!
* Adding repository "sabayon-distro" failed!
I'm emerging git right now...

Quote:

emerge dev-vcs/git

rollerskate 02-09-2019 08:22 AM

Quote:

emerge dev-vcs/git

* IMPORTANT: 10 news items need reading for repository 'gentoo'.
* Use eselect news read to view new items.

Calculating dependencies... done!

emerge: there are no ebuilds to satisfy "dev-vcs/git".

emerge: searching for similar names...
emerge: Maybe you meant any of these: dev-libs/glib, dev-cpp/gtkmm, dev-libs/gmime?
Now trying this:

Quote:

emerge --sync

rollerskate 02-09-2019 12:59 PM

That command completed successfully. It did note that Portage is out of date, so I'm updating that using this command:

Quote:

emerge --oneshot portage
Successful. However, it's still fussing about git with the Sabayon overlay... switching back over to Entropy...

Quote:

equo sys-apps/portage
Installed along with all the other system updates. Fixed. :)

ranmakuo 02-12-2019 12:32 AM

Hi, try follow setp. In the console.

su
equo install --nodeps sys-apps/entropy rigo equo

If the problem is exist, and the equo shows some packages need to updrade, please use follow command to upgrade them first.

equo install sys-apps/portage --norecursive --ask
equo install sys-apps/entropy --norecursive --ask
equo install sys-devel/binutils --norecursive --ask
...


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