Pressing "r" selects the change from the updated configuration.

1) /etc//etc/._cfg0000_2) /etc/apache2/conf/modules.d/70_mod_/etc/apache2/conf/modules.d/._cfg0000_70_mod_3) /etc/conf.d/hdparm /etc/conf.d/._cfg0000_hdparm 4) /etc/php/cli-php4//etc/php/cli-php4/._cfg0000_6) /etc/postfix/postfix-script /etc/postfix/._cfg0000_postfix-script 7) /etc/postfix/sample/sample-ipv6/etc/postfix/sample/._cfg0000_sample-ipv68) /etc/sound/events/gnomemeeting.soundlist /etc/sound/events/._cfg0000_gnomemeeting.soundlist Please select a file to edit by entering the corresponding number.%r 1) Replace /etc/postfix/with merged file 2) Show differences between merged file and original 3) Remerge original with update 4) Return to the previous menu Please select from the menu above (-1 to exit, losing this merge): At this point, a temporary file has been created that is a merged file containing the original with the updates that have been chosen prior.

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(-1 to exit) (-3 to auto merge all remaining files) (-5 to auto-merge AND not use 'mv -i'): @papbean u could add the 'er' and 'el' merge options and a link to the graphical etc-update thread, to give your faq the finishing touch _________________To an engineer the glass is neither half full, nor half empty - it is just twice as big as it needs to be.another option besides diff and etc-update is cfg-update.

After running emerge rsync the previous version is comming up in a emerge -p world.

Tristam29: With the new portage version (r11 and higher IIRC -- I'm running r12 now), there is now an option available in /etc/which should take care of such trivial etc updates as changes in the an etc-update like program with added features to prevent important files from being mangled, works in gui or tty (depending on diff program used: default is xxdiff), and is generally more user friendly than etc-update.

More information on how to obtain and use cfg-update is here: https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic.php?

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However if you like to check out every change portage makes in your /etc/ , the way I like it, be sure to set it to "no"._________________Tristam29: With the new portage version (r11 and higher IIRC -- I'm running r12 now), there is now an option available in /etc/which should take care of such trivial etc updates as changes in the comments.