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Re: libxml libxml2 libxslt update



Kam Leo wrote:
On Sat, 25 Dec 2004 23:30:06 +1100, david <davidjs netspace net au> wrote:

hi robin
looks like its me and you again
i think it was you who had the similar problem to me a while back
anyway could you give me some more info on what you think to solve this
problem, although im going to change this computer to a higher spek and
then load in fc3 shortly but i would like to fix this all the same
thanks for any help
david

On Sat, 2004-12-25 at 03:15, Robin Laing wrote:

david wrote:

how would i get around this so that i can take the update, please?
this is a 64bit system with fc2, updated bar these.

Test install failed because of package conflicts:
The following packages were added to your selection to satisfy
dependencies:
Name                                    Version        Release
--------------------------------------------------------------
libgcrypt                               1.2.0
1
libgpg-error                            0.7
1

file /usr/lib64/libxml2.so.2 from install of libxml2-2.6.16-2 conflicts
with file from package libxml2_2-2.6.10-2_11.rhfc2.at
file /usr/lib64/libexslt.so.0 from install of libxslt-1.1.12-2 conflicts
with file from package libxslt1-1.1.7-2_5.rhfc2.at
file /usr/lib64/libxslt.so.1 from install of libxslt-1.1.12-2 conflicts
with file from package libxslt1-1.1.7-2_5.rhfc2.at

thanks david


Check atrpms for bugs related to lbix*. I had to remove the *at packages to get it to work.

--
Robin Laing


Go to http://smartpm.org and download smart-0.28-2.1 from DAG. Although the smart package manager is in beta it has helped me get rid
of the dependency problems created by installing packages obtained
from ATrpms. With this program you can easily downgrade the installed
.at packages to ones without dependency confiicts.


Good luck!

-- Kam Leo


This sounds like the easiest way to go.


I spent hours manually removing packages and in some cases, forcing up/downgrades. It was very time consuming. I would try this idea first.

--
Robin Laing


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