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Re: Fooling rpm dependencies (?)



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On Sun, 17 Aug 2003 07:07:34 +0200 (CEST), Marco Calistri wrote:

> Hello I removed mozilla rpm packages from my system and I installed one
> release from source (mozilla-1.2),now I have the problem on nautilus-mozilla and
> evolution which are complaining about a dependency problem regarding some
> libraries previously installed with mozilla's rpms.
> 
> Wonder if can I have any chances to "fool" rpm database so that this
> dependencies get solved,at least in order to be able also to use apt-get on my
> RHL which requires a very "clean" and "strict" "dependency-free" system.

Install the mozilla rpms with options --justdb --noscripts --notriggers
but take notes so you don't forget that the other version was installed
from tarball.

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