[K12OSN] Yum update ?
bear2bar at netscape.net
Fri Dec 17 14:41:05 UTC 2004
eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Dec 2004, norbert wrote:
>> Hi Eric,
>> It's getting late ...
>> [root at krypton adobe]# rpm -q --whatprovides mozilla-acroread
>> no package provides mozilla-acroread
>> Resolving dependencies
>> ....Unable to satisfy dependencies
>> Package mozilla-acroread needs acroread = 5.0.9, this is not available.
> Not Ok.
>> Now I downloaded & installed acroread 5.0.9 & I still get this. Is
>> this message generated from the server ?
> No, it is generated by yum.
> So here are a couple more things to try:
> 1) the plugin name is nppdf.so, let's do a search for that and see
> if rpm knows what package it belongs to:
> rpm -qf `locate nppdf.so`
> 2) If not, lets see if we can guess what the mystery package is:
> rpm -qa | grep -i acroread
> rpm -qa | grep -i adobe
> rpm -qa | grep -i mozilla
> one of those is bound to list a non-fedora/k12ltsp package
> 3) I just built acroread-5.0.10 & acroread-plugin-5.0.10 packages,
> try downloading these and running "rpm -Uhv acroread*rpm" on them.
> This will either upgrade the problem package or it is likely
> to give you a conflict error. In the first case: problem solved,
> in the second: problem identified.
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Here's the result from those rpm's
[root at krypton root]# rpm -qf `locate nppdf.so`
file /usr/local/Acrobat5/Browsers/intellinux/nppdf.so is not owned by
any packag e
[root at krypton root]# rpm -qa | grep -i acroread
[root at krypton root]# rpm -qa | grep -i adobe
[root at krypton root]# rpm -qa | grep -i mozilla
I downloaded and installed the new packages but I still get the same
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