[SATLUG] Re: Yum considered harmful for compiling your own
e2eiod at gmail.com
Sat Nov 10 02:22:32 CST 2007
On Nov 9, 2007 10:16 PM, Sean Carolan <scarolan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > ......Unable to satisfy dependencies
> > Package rpm-libs needs rpm = 4.2.3-24_nonptl, this is not available.
> > # rpm -q rpm
> > rpm-4.2.3-24_nonptl
> > Whiskey . . . Tango . . . Foxtrot . . .
> I fixed this by installing rpm-libs.i386. Is this a bug or a feature?
> Is it worth putting into bugzilla?
I don't think this is unique to yum.
This looks to me like the type of repository problem I had before I
got the correct "Best!" Redhat repositories.
Since I stopped using FC I have no idea what those repositories are today.
The problem is not unique to Redhat. I had a lot of problems with
openSUSE until I found the repositories that worked.
It could be just one repository or the search order.
Repositories are still a mystery to me. Some example or "go by"
repositories that are "in use", and given as "go by's", mix
repositories that gave me trouble with apparently no problems. Go
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