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#1 2005-02-02 08:36:45

kleptophobiac
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Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

I'm thinking I've got a problem caused by some packages being compiled with a different version of gcc than I am using to compile new programs.

I would like to rebuild all packages on the system using the same default gcc version and flags. Is there some way to use pacman/abs to rebuild all installed packages from their PKGBUILDs?

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#2 2005-02-02 09:04:49

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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

srcpac -Syub
I think that is it. I am reading up on srcpac, and will hopefully learn enough to do some documentation for it.
I just need to actually use it now, to get the feel for it.
But...I believe it should be able to fix your problem for you.


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#3 2005-02-02 11:47:27

Pajaro
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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

there's was an option like "makepkg world" to build all packages in a directory, but I don't remember the parameter.

it will be useful to set an output directory

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#4 2005-02-02 20:28:47

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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

Srcpac? Hmm, never heard of that one... I'll have to check out the man page...

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#5 2005-02-02 20:34:14

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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

pacman -S srcpac  wink


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#6 2005-02-02 21:37:21

kleptophobiac
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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

makeworld -bf /mnt/bigdrive/packages *

Should that do it?

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#7 2005-02-02 23:48:09

kleptophobiac
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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

Oh yeah, I switched to makeworld -bc /mnt/bigdrive/packages * from the /var/abs directory, just so I wouldn't junk the drive up with an assload of source code.

Unfortunately, that builds everything whether I need it or not. Whatever...

I'll check back on it once in a while, maybe it'll be done in a week.

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#8 2005-02-03 09:33:52

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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

use srcpac


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#9 2005-02-03 12:00:01

kleptophobiac
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Re: Is there a way to use ABS to rebuild the entire system?

Ehh, I might try that later. As is, I already have all of base compiled, and most of daemons. I might as well let it finish and have my own repository of fresh compiled packages.

I'll experiment with srcpac later, the --help with extremely sparse.

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