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We discussed a basic system upgrade in page two of the slice set up articles.
The deep upgrade looks at all packages on the system and can re-emerge packages affected by changes to global USE flags.
[ebuild U ] app-shells/bash-3.2_p39 [3.2_p33] USE="nls -afs -bashlogger -examples% -plugins -vanilla" 2,582 k B [ebuild U ] sys-libs/readline-5.2_p13 [5.2_p12-r1] 2,023 k B [ebuild U ] sys-fs/e2fsprogs-1.41.3 [1.40.9] USE="nls (-static%)" 4,263 k B [ebuild N ] sys-libs/e2fsprogs-libs-1.41.3 USE="nls" 479 k B [blocks B ] sys-libs/ss (is blocking sys-libs/e2fsprogs-libs-1.41.3) [blocks B ] Typing ‘/OUTPUT’ (case sensitive) and hitting ‘enter’ will take you to the right place. If you see this at the end of your output; be sure to follow what it says: Near the bottom of this example emerge output you’ll see some lines starting with ‘[blocks B ]’.The first part of the system upgrade is to update your local indexes to the ebuild files on the web.If you installed the ‘esearch’ ebuild as shown in page two of the slice set up articles, then to update your local indexes and the esearch cache at the same time, you’d run: This command will show us what (if any) packages will be ‘re-emerged’ either because they have an upgrade available or because we have changed the USE flags since they were last installed.The ‘-D’ flag means ‘deep’, the ‘-N’ flag means ‘re-emerge things if their USE flag options have changed’, and of course ‘-u’ means we’re updating, not re-emerging unnecessarily.All this information can be seen by running ‘man emerge’ and ‘man portage’.