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J'ai quand même forcé. At some point in the bootup process towards the end, just after "Cleaning /tmp directory" I start getting a few of these: * Dependancy info is missing! No anything. > > > > I'ld try remerging baselayout. Get Gentoo! his comment is here

This forum suggested: http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic.php?t=128368"touch /var/lib/init.d/softlevel" which I did. sh: /bin/mktemp: No such file or dir * Failed to create temporary cache! Even if you are using wpa-supplicant, it can be done manually. During the week, people are monitoring their inbox more frequently and theres a better chance of a reply. https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-p-1020805.html?sid=48d1a85fe33601f2de1de0c9727aecd4

I don't believe I updated anything sensitive. What had been updated already before that? s:- a? Of course that was wishful thinking when it comes to Linux...

Thanks, I've already thought about it. locutus ~ # ll /var/lib/init.d/ total 84 drwxr-xr-x 6 root root 4096 Apr 10 14:48 . Le clavier n'est plus en français, le nom de ma machine n'est plus connu ("none"). bash: /var/lib/init.d/depcache: No such file or dir sh: /bin/mktemp: No such file or dir * Failed to create temporary cache!

Register. 02-23-2007 #1 azlekayn View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined! Maybe a ~x86 system just isn't for you.... > * Dependancy info is missing! It sounds like something crucial to the system. It > tries to read /var/lib/init.d/deptree, and looks for a specific > variable to be set that indicates the dependacy information was read. > > Does /var/lib/init.d/deptree exist on your system?

Login | Register For Free | Help Search this list this category for: (Advanced) Mailing List Archive: Gentoo: User Dependency info is missing and /sbin/depscan.sh is not helpful Index | The time now is 05:36 PM. I've tried to 'emerge mktemp' but I realised soon that I'm offline and I cannot '/etc/init.d/net.eth0 restart' because I get the same error - "Dependency info is missing!". So delete deptree, and run depscan.sh again with the --debug option.

end_service "${service}" "${retval}" @@ -479,7 +479,7 @@ else # if parallel startup is allowed, start it in background ( - ( "/etc/init.d/${service}" stop ) + ( "@[email protected]/etc/init.d/${service}" stop ) service_stopped "${service}" his explanation No output. most of my modules don't load any more, just "dependancy info is missing! Is /var a separate filesystem?

Run /sbin/depscan.sh In reply to this post by Daevid Vincent Daevid Vincent: > How can I do that when I don't have networking?! :( > > > -----Original Message----- > > http://qaisoftware.com/is-missing/how-do-i-know-what-is-missing-in-my-life.html drwxr-xr-x 35 root root 4096 Apr 7 02:59 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 46801 Apr 10 02:36 depcache -rw------- 1 root root 4096 Nov 9 2004 depcache.Xm3aOuR -rw-r--r-- I can't get networking to work. "/etc/init.d/net.eth0 start" gives the same error, as does any other script in that directory. "ifconfig" just returns nothing. It doesn't have unlimited size. -- [hidden email] mailing list Daniel da Veiga Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦

please run # /sbin/depscan.sh to fix this" i do so, nothing happens, restart, and... It seems that 'baselayout' did that for me. Run /sbin/depscan.sh In reply to this post by Bugzilla from [email protected] Richard, once again I thank you for your knowledge. > Maybe a ~x86 system just isn't for you.... weblink Join Date Mar 2007 Posts 5 How did you run etc-update?

I've stopped the update process with ctrl-c in order to turn the PC off. And was mildly relieved to get the 'nv' driver working so at least I had a GUI. I didn't realize ~x86 was going to be such a headache.

So delete deptree, and run depscan.sh > again with the --debug option.

I also really got a kick out of your name/email address... It seems > that 'baselayout' did that for me. Run /sbin/depscan.sh > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: Sergio Polini [mailto:[hidden email]] > However, you surely can remerge what you have alreary emerged once ;-) > You do I'll try to skim the logs, I hope I'll find something over there.

Well glad to know it's not anything that couldn't be rebuilt. General Liste des forums Rechercher Ce forum ! "Dependency info is missing !" impossible de booter Forum dédié aux questions sur les distributions basées sur les sources : Gentoo, Lunar, Sabayon, Please run > * #/sbin/depscan.sh > * to fix this. > > Well, of course I do run that script and it does absolutely > nothing. check over here Well, again, that was a while ago, and now I'm used to the package.keywords file... > > My file is empty?! :( > > > > > Is there a way

Please run > > * #/sbin/depscan.sh > > * to fix this. > > This message is generated by /lib/rcscripts/sh/rc-services.sh. I did some updates to 'world' and 'system' last night as I've done a hundred times before. Questions or comments? Run /sbin/depscan.sh Sergio Polini Re: [gentoo-user] Dependency info is missing!

Please run > > * #/sbin/depscan.sh > > * to fix this. > > > > Well, of course I do run that script and it does absolutely > > It tries to read /var/lib/init.d/deptree, and looks for a specific variable to be set that indicates the dependacy information was read. Please run > > > * #/sbin/depscan.sh > > > * to fix this. > > > > > > Well, of course I do run that script and it You don't seem prepared for the testing tree... > > > * Dependancy info is missing!

This error is displayed twice, than system is entering runlevel 3, displays the same message once more and allows me to log in: This is (none).unknown_domain (Linux i686 kernel version, etc.) Everything seemed to be going fine. To do that, I booted the livecd, chrooted and reemerged the failing app, you could do that for your system, you'll probably get networking without mess with ifconfig or iwconfig (because Please run # /sbin/depscan.sh to fix this.

You should see a bit more happen. > How did this happen? Well, of course I do run that script and it does absolutely nothing. Poste le Sunday 18 March 2007 15:44:00 Répondre Citer Re: "Dependency info is missing !" impossible de booter [résolu] Envoyé par: Le Taré la solution : [forums.gentoo.org] Run /sbin/depscan.sh In reply to this post by Daevid Vincent On 4/10/06, Daevid Vincent <[hidden email]> wrote: > *sigh* > > Why is there always something breaking?

Home Forum Today's Posts | FAQ | Calendar | Community Groups | Forum Actions Mark Forums Read | Quick Links View Site Leaders | Unanswered Posts | Forum Rules Articles Marketplace Si je cherche à éteindre la machine, rebelotte : il s'arrete avant extinction totale. I checked the output of '/sbin/depscan.sh --help' and accordingly to information given I tried: # /sbin/depscan.sh -u * Caching service dependencies ... Everything seemed to be going fine.

I was all 'etc-update' caught up and current. My best guess at this point though is that /var/lib/init.d no longer exists for some reason. I've stopped the update process with ctrl-c in order to turn the PC off.