F8 - Error in xine installation failure - Resolved!

Barry barryyu-cts at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 23 14:33:05 UTC 2008

Barry wrote:
> Michael Schwendt wrote:
>> On Tue, 22 Jul 2008 08:16:08 -0700, Barry wrote:
>>> Michael Schwendt wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 21 Jul 2008 21:50:07 -0700, Barry wrote:
>>>>> At the end of Xine installation got messages below;
>>>>> Transaction Check Error:
>>>>> file /usr/share/locale/cs/LC_MESSAGES/libxine1.mo from install of 
>>>>> xine-lib-1.1.12-2.fc8 conflicts with file from package 
>>>>> xine-lib-1.1.8-4.fc8
>>>>> Error Summary
>>>>> As a result the Xine installation failed.
>>>> x86_64, right?
>>>> Even if you answer "no", it smells a lot like you have multiple
>>>> versions of xine-lib installed.
>>>> Run "yum -y install yum-utils" if you haven't got them already.
>>>> Then run "yum-complete-transaction ; package-cleanup --cleandupes"
>>>> as superuser.
>>> I install yum-utils and then run ;
>>> yum-complete-transaction ; package-cleanup --cleandupes
>>> No unfinished transactions left.
>>> Setting up yum
>>> No dupes to clean
>> Then please show the complete Yum output of your xine installation
>> attempt. Preferably do it after making sure that you've got the 
>> latest yum
>> for F8 (yum -y update yum). Plus, post the output of: rpm -qa xine\*
>> xine-lib-1.1.12-2.fc8 is latest for both x86_64 and i386. It doesn't
>> become clear at all why an older xine-lib-1.1.8-4.fc8 at your end is
>> simply not updated. Unless e.g. your Yum somehow wants to update only 
>> one
>> of two installed xine-lib packages.
>>> I wiped out F9 and fresh installed F8 again with Livna enabled, but 
>>> yum installation for mplayer, xine, vlc all failed deal to lib 
>>> conflicts.
>> The crystal ball here is failing to see what "lib conflicts" you 
>> refer to.
>> You've managed to post a long story, but without the important details.
>>> The F9 can yum install xine and mplayer.
>> There's a different between F9 x86_64 and F8 x86_64 with regard to
>> whether x86 packages are installed by default. F9 no longer installs
>> both unless something is required or asked for. Many x86_64 users
>> with F8 or older modify their yum.conf to exclude i?86 packages, too.
> The problem is yum! After as updated yum with "yum -y update yum" as 
> you suggested, and the I did the yum install xine, this time 
> everything worked out fine. I could never imagine that yum can be the 
> cause of rpm installation failure! I learned one more linux thing in a 
> hard way. Thanks Mike.
I forgot that the output that you needed but this is done after updated 
yum ;
rpm -qa xine\*

Above is after a successful install

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