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Re: conflict between seedit <-> selinux-policy and qstat <-> torque-client



On 11/04/2009 08:14 AM, Rudolf Kastl wrote:
> Why do those packages have to conflict with each other?
> 
> 1. seedit and selinux-policy-{targeted,mls} -> i dont see a single
> file conflicting atleast with the targeted policy...
> 
> 2. qstat and torque-client both provide a qstat binary... is there
> anything done to get that resolved upstream? or is it a "conflicts and
> forget" scenario?
> 
> from my personal pov conflicts should be resolved instead of just
> marked so things can be properly installed in parallel. everything
> else looks broken to me.
> 
> kind regards,
> Rudolf Kastl
> 
Because seedit getting installed causes selinux-policy-targeted and friends to get screwed up. People installing everything installs accidentally get seedit installed and start reporting weird bugs to the selinux-policy package and a shocked that they are not in the default install.  



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