Das tägliche Update läuft über pkgcore, um wichtige Sicherheitsupdates zu installieren:
Damit installiert mein Rechner die Gentoo Linux Security Advisories, d.h. die wichtigsten Sicherheitsupdates (Damit das Script läuft brauchst du pkgcore: "emerge pkgcore")
Anmerkung: Es könnte sinvoll sein, den lafilefixer zu diesen Skripten hinzuzufügen Quelle).
Das folgende Skript ist mein tägliches update (in /etc/cron.daily/update_glsa_programs.cron )
\#! /bin/sh \### Update the portage tree and the glsa packages via pkgcore \# spew a status message echo $(date) "start to update GLSA" >> /tmp/cron-update.log \# Sync only portage pmaint sync /usr/portage \# security relevant programs pmerge -uDN @glsa > /tmp/cron-update-pkgcore-last.log || cat \ /tmp/cron-update-pkgcore-last.log >> /tmp/cron-update.log \# And keep everything working revdep-rebuild \# Finally update all configs which can be updated automatically cfg-update -au echo $(date) "finished updating GLSA" >> /tmp/cron-update.log
Und hier ist mein aktuelles wöchentliches Cron (in /etc/cron.weekly/update_installed_programs.cron):
\#!/bin/sh \### Update my computer using pgkcore, \### since that also works if some dependencies couldn't be resolved. \# Sync all overlays eix-sync \## First use pkgcore \# security relevant programs (with build-time dependencies (-B)) pmerge -BuD @glsa \# system, world and all the rest pmerge -BuD @system pmerge -BuD @world pmerge -BuD @installed \# Then use portage for packages pkgcore misses (inlcuding overlays) \# and for *EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS="--keep-going"* in make.conf emerge -uD @security emerge -uD @system emerge -uD @world emerge -uD @installed \# And keep everything working emerge @preserved-rebuild revdep-rebuild \# Finally update all configs which can be updated automatically cfg-update -au
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