Calculate update does not run notifications in the panel

Added by dragan legic 13 days ago

Calculate update does not run notifications in the panel. I am working through the terminal, but I do not understand that the update is based on python2.7, and when I look at the update, it is pushing python to version 3.5.5. As far as I remember, python is not backward compatible. When I did a manual update, a message came out that it switched to python 3.6, but I do not understand how it's not clear because the calculate file is a directory containing 3 files.It does not know which file I need to enter the recommended commands-definitions to python3.6


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RE: Calculate update does not run notifications in the panel - Added by dragan legic 12 days ago

Make.conf is dir not file

CLD-17.6R/etc/portage/make.conf$ dir
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This text system writed when I work cl-update
2018-05-22-python3-6
Title Python 3.6 to become the default target
Author Michał Górny <>
Posted 2018-05-22
Revision 1

On 2018-06-22, Python 3.6 will replace Python 3.5 in the default Python
targets for Gentoo systems. The new default targets will be:

PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_6" 
PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET="python3_6"

If you have not overriden the value of those variables on your system,
then your package manager will want to use the new targets immediately.
In order to prevent dependency conflicts, please clean stray packages
and rebuild/upgrade all packages with USE flag changes after the change,
e.g.:

emerge --depclean
emerge -1vUD @world
emerge --depclean

Please note that upgrading dependencies in place may cause some
of the package dependencies to be temporarily missing. While this
should not affect scripts that are already fully loaded, it may cause
ImportErrors while starting Python scripts or loading additional
modules (only scripts running Python 3.5 are affected).

In order to improve stability of the upgrade, you may choose to
temporarily enable both targets, i.e. set in /etc/portage/make.conf
or its equivalent:

PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_5 python3_6" 
PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET="python3_5"

This will cause the dependencies to include both Python 3.5 and 3.6
support on the next system upgrade. Once all packages are updated,
you can restart your scripts, remove the custom setting and run another
upgrade to remove support for Python 3.5.

If you would like to postpone the switch to Python 3.6, you can copy
the current value of PYTHON_TARGETS and/or PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET
to /etc/portage/make.conf or its equivalent:

PYTHON_TARGETS="python2_7 python3_5" 
PYTHON_SINGLE_TARGET="python3_5"

If you would like to migrate your systems earlier, you can do the same
with the new value.

If you are still using Python 3.4, please consider switching to a newer
version as it is reaching its end-of-life. The end-of-life dates
for the currently used versions are:

Python 3.4        2019-03-16
Python 2.7 2020-01-01
Python 3.5 2020-09-13 [1]

[1]:https://devguide.python.org/#status-of-python-branches

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Thank you!