To get 100% coverage, please consult the Portage and man pages: variable is also used during configure and compilations but has been explained in great detail in previous chapters.When Portage has merged a newer version of a certain software title, it will remove the obsoleted files of the older version from the system.The server locations for the various information and data channels are defined by the following variables: store the source code in the correct location.Inside the variables the $ and $ variables can be used to point to the source code location and distfiles location respectively.The testing branch is exactly what it says - Testing.
These 5 seconds are defined by the variable and are generally configuration file locations. A file that would be written in such a protected location is renamed and the user is warned about the presence of a newer version of the (presumable) configuration file. When the requested information or data is not available on the system, Portage will retrieve it from the Internet.
Since many configuration directives differ between architectures, Portage also has default configuration files which are part of the system profile. As the name implies, this is merely an example file - Portage does not read in this file.
It is also possible to define a Portage configuration variable as an environment variable, but we don't recommend this.
To use more recent software, users can consider using the testing branch instead.
To have Portage use the testing branch, add a ~ in front of the architecture.