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Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP 5 EL

Rob Owens wrote:

On Mon, Jul 02, 2007 at 04:24:42PM +0200, Nils Breunese wrote:
Rob Owens wrote:

Eric has the rpmforge repo disabled by default.  You can edit
k12ltsp-rpmforge.repo to include "enabled=1"

Ah, I see now. I'm probably just too used to installing the rpmforge-
release package myself.

After removing the rpmforge-release package and just enabling the
repo in k12ltsp-rpmforge.repo I ran yum update, but this failed with:

--> Processing Dependency: libImlib.so.1()(64bit) for package: icewm
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Missing Dependency: libImlib.so.1()(64bit) is needed by
package icewm

We don't use IceWM, but it came with the default install settings. Is
this something to report to rpmforge? I know I can just exclude or
remove the icewm package.

I don't know what's causing that.  I haven't seen that error on my
server.  Maybe it's a conflict resulting from your having both
rpmforge.repo and k12ltsp-rpmforge.repo enabled previously? When I was
having weird yum trouble, Eric suggested a "yum clean all" and that
fixed it.  Maybe give that a try.

I already tried that, but the problem still occurs. The currently installed package is icewm-1.2.28-1.k12ltsp.6.0.0 and yum tries to upgrade to icewm-1.2.30-1.el5.rf, but fails because of the dependency error.

The dependency is provided by imlib-1.9.13-30.fc6. rpmforge has 1.9.13-1.el5.rf in the repository. The problem is probably that the rpmforge icewm package needs rpmforge's imlib package and that the k12ltsp icewm package needs the fc6 imlib package.

Has anyone else run a succesful yum update on K12LTSP 5EL while having icewm installed and rpmforge enabled? Are you running 1.2.28 from K12LTSP or 1.2.30 from rpmforge?

I could force rpmforge's imlib onto my system and upgrade to rpmforge's icewm package, but then yum update would probably give me a similar dependency problem with imlib.

I guess I'll just remove the icewm package, since we're not using IceWM anyway.

Nils Breunese.

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