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Re: [K12OSN] What repos should I use and how should I change them?



You should be able to modify the repos that you are using. Uninstall
k12ltsp-release.
I've had mismatches that I had to force install packages to overcome
when moving from k12ltsp(Fedora) based packages to CentOS based
packages. One package at a time is what it takes sometimes.

On 07/25/11 14:27, Carl Keil wrote:
> Hey,
> 
> I'm starting to have issues with dependencies for things like php,
> where, when I run it in certain ways I get messages that certain modules
> are not the right version for the version of php I'm running.  I have no
> idea what else might be mismatched beyond PHP.
> 
> From this:
>> [root kitkat ~]# rpm -qa \*-release\*
>> centos-release-5-6.el5.centos.1
>> k12ltsp-release-5.0.0EL-0.2
>> adobe-release-i386-1.0-1
>> atomic-release-1.0-13.el5.art
>> centos-release-notes-5.6-0
> It looks to me like the k12ltsp repo is for version 5.0, but my kernel,
> etc. is for 5.6.  Am I right that I have a mismatch?  How should I make
> sure this is all working correctly together?  I don't even use this
> server for thin clients anymore, but it started off that way, so I could
> ditch k12ltsp updates all together if there's a safe way to do that. 
> Now it's basically a Samba/Mythtv server for my house with a LAMP stack
> for web development.
> 
> Thanks so much,
> 
> ck
> 
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