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Re: libpnm.so.9 and xplanet (resolved!)



Thank you! There was indeed an xplanet in /usr/local/bin which I got rid of,
and things work great now!

Thanks again, to both Michael and Christopher!!

Best wishes!

--- Michael Schwendt <fedora wir-sind-cool org> wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Jun 2004 06:28:30 -0700 (PDT), Globe Trotter wrote:
> 
> > --- "Christopher K. Johnson" <ckjohnson gwi xxx> wrote:
> > > Globe Trotter wrote:
> > > 
> > > >I get the following: I am not sure what it means -- I am really confused
> > > >because netpbm is installed.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >#   rpm -V $(rpm -qf $(which xplanet))
> > > >package /usr/local/bin/xplanet is not installed
> > > >package is is not installed
> > > >package not is not installed
> > > >package owned is not installed
> > > >package by is not installed
> > > >package any is not installed
> > > >package package is not installed
> > > >
> > > >  
> > > >
> > > $(which xplanet) yielded "/usr/local/bin/xplanet"
> > > $(rpm -qf /usr/local/bin/xplanet) yielded "/usr/local/bin/xplanet is not 
> > > owned by any package"
> > > So the final command was: rpm -V /usr/local/bin/xplanet is not owned by 
> > > any package
> > > Which of course tried to verify each whitespace delimited package name, 
> > > yeilding all the claims that those packages are not installed.
> > > 
> > > Looks like perhaps xplanet was not installed using rpm.  You will have 
> > > to provide more details about how you installed xplanet...
> > > 
> > 
> > No, I did. I must say that I had mistakenly used the rpm commands on the
> > .src.rpm as follows:
> > 
> > rpm -Uvh xplanet-maps-1.0-2.fr.src.rpm
> > rpm -Uvh xplanet-1.0.8-1.1.fc2.fr.src.rpm
> > 
> > the realizing what I had done, removed it, using:
> > 
> > rpm -e xplanet-maps
> > rpm -e xplanet
> 
> This is wrong. src.rpm files are not installed like binary rpms.  They are
> extracted only. You cannot "-e" (erase) them like binary rpms since they
> never make it into the RPM database.  They are extracted to %_sourcedir,
> which by default is below /usr/src/redhat for the root user.
> 
> > and then gone and installed the i386 rpms from freshrpms:
> > 
> > rpm -Uvh xplanet-1.0.8-1.1.fc2.fr.i386.rpm xplanet-maps-1.0-2.fr.noarch.rpm
> 
> > warning: xplanet-1.0.8-1.1.fc2.fr.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID
> > e42d547b
> > Preparing...                ###########################################
> [100%]
> >    1:xplanet-maps           ########################################### [
> 50%]
> >    2:xplanet                ###########################################
> [100%]
> > 
> > What should I do?
> 
> No, Christopher's observation is entirely right. At some point you
> compiled and installed an xplanet version for source tarball into
> /usr/local/bin. As written earlier, delete the binary in there.  Look for
> other xplanet files below /usr/local. You want to delete them too to save
> space. 
> 
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