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Re: New test release of up2date available Re: up2date (and yet again)



Adrian wrote :
> On Fri, Apr 06, 2001 at 02:32:12PM -0400, Preston Brown wrote:
> > On Fri, 6 Apr 2001 anvil magicnet org wrote:
> > 
> > > 1/ package was installed with rpm -i not rpm -U (i had 2 kernel rpms
> > > installed). This is baaad :) (i think)
> > 
> > No, it is entirely intentional. Kernels can be a very touchy issue.  We
> > want to leave people with their old kernel still available if they need to
> > back out.

Ok. I wont complain anymore since i agree with u now ;)

> > 
> > Adrian?
> >
> 	er... first thought is "wtf?" 
> 
> 	The kernel rpm scripts run a 'depmod', not anything
> from up2date, so thats presumably where the depmod error is
> coming from. 
> 
> 	Of course, _why_ it would be giving it an error is
> another questions. Assuming that the package is okay, my
> guess would be some sort of name conflict. Did you recompile
> a custom kernel and install it into the same module
> path as the new kernel?

[root gruyere ~]# ls /lib/modules/
2.4.0  2.4.1  2.4.2  2.4.2-0.1.49  2.4.3  usb

2.4.[0123] are mine. usb too. I did have compiled any 2.4.2-0.1.49
kernel.


> 	Nothing in the currect set of packages either provides, or requires
> "libXxf86dga.so".
> 
> [alikins head-1 i386]$ rpm --dbpath `pwd` -q --whatprovides libXxf86dga.so
> no package provides libXxf86dga.so
> [alikins head-1 i386]$ rpm --dbpath `pwd` -q --whatrequires libXxf86dga.so
> no package requires libXxf86dga.so
> 	Can you try a:
> 		rpm -q --whatrequires libXxf86dga.so
> 	On your local system?

Yup, i can : 

[root gruyere ~]# rpm -q --whatrequires libXxf86dga.so
avifile-qt-0.53.5-dams1

avifile allow me play divx file on my box. I dont wanna lose that ! 
Pretty please, include libXxf86dga.so in next packages. =]

	Dams

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