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Re: RH9 user - what should I do?



On Thu, 13 May 2004 16:57:48 -0700, Jesse Keating wrote
> On Thursday 13 May 2004 16:42, Mike Vanecek wrote:
> > # yum list | grep -i mysql
> > MySQL-python     i386   0.9.1-6                  redhat-os
> > qt-MySQL         i386   1:3.1.1-6                redhat-os
> >
> > ditto yum info, yum list updates, yum list extras, and so on.
> >
> > As you can see, I do have several mysql packages installed:
> >
> > # yum list installed | grep -i mysql
> > libdbi-dbd-mysql             i386   0.6.5-5                  db
> > mod_auth_mysql               i386   1.11-12                  db
> > mysql                        i386   3.23.58-1.9              db
> > mysql-devel                  i386   3.23.58-1.9              db
> > mysql-server                 i386   3.23.58-1.9              db
> > perl-DBD-MySQL               i386   2.1021-3                 db
> > php-mysql                    i386   4.2.2-17.2               db
> 
> I see nothing wrong here.  Your installed mysql is newer than what 
> is available from the repot.

Yes, but I thought that yum list (or yum list available) would list
everything, not just what was needed for update (yum check-update).

# yum provides mysql
Gathering header information file(s) from server(s)
Server: Fedora Linux / stable for Red Hat Linux 9 (i386)
Server: Macromedia Flash Player for Red Hat Linux 9
Server: Red Hat Linux 9 (i386)
Server: Red Hat Linux 9 (i386) updates
Finding updated packages
Downloading needed headers
Looking in available packages for a providing package
No packages found
Looking in installed packages for a providing package
Installed package: mysql provides mysql
1 results returned

No matter what I try, yum is not able to find that the repo has mysql packages. 

> 
> Try: yum provides mysql
> 
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