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Re: More NetworkManager related update problems



On Tue, 2005-01-18 at 10:03 -0500, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 08:44:23 -0600, Chris Adams <cmadams hiwaay net> wrote:
> > There is an update to wireless-tools in updates-released, but
> > NetworkManager blocks it because it is linked against libiw.so.27 and
> > the new wireless-tools provides libiw.so.28.
> > 
> > yum doesn't handle this problem very well either:
> 
> yum handles the problem just fine..... 
> yum tries to resolve the deps... there are conflicting deps so yum fails. 
> 
> What would you prefer yum do?  Install a package in a way that causes
> a broken dep chain inside your rpm database? If the deps can't be met
> without causing conflicts, yum tells you and stop processing, how is
> this not correct behavior when there really is a broken dep in the
> repo tree?
> 
> This issue is already filed AND the developer has responded saying a
> new NetworkManager package is being built.
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=145395
> 
> I'm not sure how constructive it is to post this to test-list when the
> developer already knows about the problem and has stated in bugzilla
> that action to fix it is underway.
> 
> -jef"really wishes wireless-tools would have shown up in
> updates-testing first, so this problem would have been caught by
> competent proactive fc3 users who know how to file bug-reports as a
> first line response to packaging breakages"spaleta
> 

Jeff, you must be having a bad day.  I would normally not even respond
to this type of message, but you seem to be doing this a lot.
  
Your response to a posting for a problem that happen just this morning
is just rude.  We do not have the insight that you do to know that a
developer is working on a problem "right now".   I just did a cvs
checkout of the NetworkManager.  Compiled and installed it.  Guess what?
The same problem exists because I was stupid to not rpm -e
NetworkManager before installing from source.  But if I did that, then I
would not know of other dependencies that could happen.  I'm learning,
slowly, but I'm learning. 

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