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Re: PackageKit has eaten my system (again!)



On Mon, 22 Dec 2008 13:53:04 +0100
DB <Freddog_de yahoo co uk> wrote:

> >
> > Message: 9 Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2008 17:03:48 -0700 From: Kevin Fenzi 
> > <kevin scrye com> Subject: Re: PackageKit has eaten my system
> > (again!) To: fedora-list redhat com Message-ID: 
> > <20081221170348 42475e34 ohm scrye com> Content-Type: text/plain; 
> > charset="us-ascii" On Sun, 21 Dec 2008 22:13:46 +0000 Anne Wilson 
> > <annew kde org> wrote:
> >> > On Sunday 21 December 2008 22:00:16 DB wrote:
> >>     
> >>> > >
> >>> > > [Dave localhost ~]$ rpm -qi pygpgme
> >>> > > package pygpgme is not installed
> >>> > > [Dave localhost ~]$ rpm -qi python-iniparse
> >>> > > package python-iniparse is not installed
> >>> > > [Dave localhost ~]$
> >>> > >
> >>> > > Is there a way to tell rpm to go off and search a specific
> >>> > > repo?  
> >>>       
> >
> > no. Rpm only acts on specific packages. 
> >
> >   
> >> > If they are not installed 'yum install packagename' should pull
> >> > them in - and you can list both packages in one command.
> >>     
> >
> > Except that he is trying to install yum.  ;)  
> >
> >   
> >>> > > I
> >>> > > tried rpm --whatprovides yum but that evidently is not
> >>> > > acceptable!  
> >>>       
> >> > 
> >> > It's not apparent from the help file, but I think the command is
> >> > 'rpm -q whatprovides ....' but I don't think that would have
> >> > helped in this situation. I'd try
> >> > 
> >> > yum install pygpgme python-iniparse yum
> >>     
> >
> > No yum installed there for him.  ;)  
> >
> > Dave: Try the following: 
> >
> > rpm -ivh
> > http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/updates/9/i386.newkey//yum-3.2.20-5.fc9.noarch.rpm
> > http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/pygpgme-0.1-8.fc9.i386.rpm 
> > http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/python-iniparse-0.2.3-3.fc9.noarch.rpm
> >
> > All on one big long line.  ;)  
> > Not sure if there are further deps, but hopefully that will get yum
> > installed for you. 
> >
> > kevin
> 
> Thanks Kevin......
> 
> In the order you listed the rpms, the yum failed needing pygpgme....
> So I tried installing them t'other way around:
> 
> [root localhost ~]# rpm -ivh 
> http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/pygpgme-0.1-8.fc9.i386.rpm 
> http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/python-iniparse-0.2.3-3.fc9.noarch.rpm 
> http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/updates/9/i386.newkey//yum-3.2.20-5.fc9.noarch.rpm
> Retrieving 
> http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/pygpgme-0.1-8.fc9.i386.rpm
> Retrieving 
> http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/python-iniparse-0.2.3-3.fc9.noarch.rpm
> Retrieving 
> http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/updates/9/i386.newkey//yum-3.2.20-5.fc9.noarch.rpm
> error: Failed dependencies:
>     libgpgme.so.11 is needed by pygpgme-0.1-8.fc9.i386
>     libgpgme.so.11(GPGME_1.0) is needed by pygpgme-0.1-8.fc9.i386
> [root localhost ~]#
> 
> Any idea where the so.11 files might be??  (or how with my limited 
> knowledge of the remnants of my system, I should go about finding the 
> deps??))

You also need: 

http://mirrors.tummy.com/pub/fedora.redhat.com/fedora/linux/releases/9/Everything/i386/os//Packages/gpgme-1.1.6-3.fc9.i386.rpm

it sounds like. 

> Thanks again
> 
> Dave

kevin

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