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Re: Missing dependency problem

Am Mi, den 13.04.2005 schrieb Arthur Pemberton um 2:41:

> Matthew Miller wrote:
> >On Tue, Apr 12, 2005 at 05:18:10PM -0700, Endy wrote:

> >>>% rpm -e libtool

> >>Libtool isn't something important?

> >Depends on your view of "important". It's a commonly-used tool for building
> >shared libraries -- but it's a developer tool, and you don't need it as an
> >end-user.

> will the rpm -e fix this issue once and for all?

Having gcc on your system you certainly want libtool too. Removing a
package just because of a temporary repository failure isn't the
recommended solution path I feel. You may erase it - even with "yum
remove libtool" - and make a paper note to reinstall it once the problem
is solved (tomorrow?).


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