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Question About Galeon, Epiphany via Dag's Repo



I upgraded Mozilla via yum using the seamonkey repo. In order to upgrade Mozilla, I removed Epiphany and Galeon. I'd like to re-install Epiphany and Galeon now. So I added Dag's repo to my /etc/yum.conf and tried yum install galeon and get the following warning:

Resolving dependencies
...Dependencies resolved
I will do the following:
[install: galeon 1.3.13-0.a.rhfc1.dag.i386]
I will install/upgrade these to satisfy the dependencies:
[deps: mozilla-nspr 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-mail 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-nss-devel 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-nss 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-chat 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-nspr-devel 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
Is this ok [y/N]: N
Exiting on user command.

As you can see, I answered "No" at this point, because I certainly don't want to break Mozilla, and felt this would be a good time to check with the group first.

Next I tried yum install epiphany and get the same warning:

Resolving dependencies
...Dependencies resolved
I will do the following:
[install: epiphany 1.0.8-1.rhfc1.dag.i386]
I will install/upgrade these to satisfy the dependencies:
[deps: mozilla-nspr 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-mail 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-nss-devel 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-nss 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-chat 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
[deps: mozilla-nspr-devel 38:1.6-0.rhfc1.dag.i386]
Is this ok [y/N]: N
Exiting on user command.

Can I safely install Galeon and Epiphany from Dag's repo using yum, or will it break my Mozilla installation? I regularly use Mozilla, and it's the highest priority to keep Moz intact! Galeon and Epiphany would be used, but I can get along without them, if they'll break Moz.

Thanks,
Clint
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Clint <clint penguinsolutions org>



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