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Re: x86_64 nightmare on F7



P. Martinez wrote :

> For now i do very minimal install with anaconda.
> After that i remove all i386 packages. To get
> all x86_64 packages sane i do remove and reinstall
> them.
> Attention - you can't do this with all rpms. For
> them that need special attention (rpm itself depends
> on some ones) i do an rpm --force -iv .

Hint :
rpm -e --justdb glibc
yum install glibc.x86_64

Of course, you need to beware of scriplets... possibly also passing
--noscripts to the erasure.

Don't blame me if your system ends up broken, though ;-)

Matthias

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