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If you had "-qt -kde" at first, try running this after changing your useflag to "qt kde arts": Code: emerge --deep -u --newuse world That command over should theoreticaly emerge ...
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    If you had "-qt -kde" at first, try running this after changing your useflag to "qt kde arts":
    Code:
    emerge --deep -u --newuse world
    That command over should theoreticaly emerge every app which has to be rebuilt to fit your new use-flags + update old packages. You may also look for better luck with kde-3.4:
    Code:
    ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~x86" emerge kde

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    trying this now, but gotta go to work, will post results tomorrow,

    thanks guys,

    *praying hard*
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    alas its still not working,

    I tried:

    Code:
    emerge --update --deep --newuse world
    etc-update
    env-update
    revdep-rebuild (which however many times I run it it reemerges firefox and OOo
    does anyone have any other ideas? This makes exactly no sense at all!

    Thanks for your time,

    John

    I don't have to reboot or anything do I?
    Operating System: GNU Emacs

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    did you ever get it working? I'm now having the same problem when I try to install qtella, though it installed k3b no problem.

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