If you want to emerge wvdial on a gentoo system where you do not want Xorg to be installed (or any type of desktop, a server machine lets say) it tries to install Xorg and various other related packages.
Contents of my make.conf are:
USE="-X -acpi -alsa -apm -arts -qt -gtk -gtk2 -kde -gnome -cups -oss -motif -ldap dvdr crypt mysql mysqli imap libwww maildir samba ssl nptl perlsuid apache2"
As you can see I don't want X. What seems to fix this is adding -qt3 to my make.conf. Though wvdial does not REALLY need qt3 or some gui.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. emerge -pv wvdial wvstreams
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output of emerge --info
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output of emerge -pv wvdial wvstreams
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The expected output of the emerge with -qt3 in USE flag
Eh, remove USE=qt3 :)
I never had qt3 in my use flags.. thats the whole point :P
(In reply to comment #5)
> I never had qt3 in my use flags.. thats the whole point :P
qt3 is a default flag in profiles, you can check those w/ `USE_ORDER="defaults" emerge --info`
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