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Re: Odd RPM error.



I am guessing he compiled his own kernel.What does his uname -a say?

On Sat, 8 Mar 2003, Lamar Owen wrote:

>I recently received a puzzling e-mail from a longtime PostgreSQL RPM user.  HE 
>states:
>" I grabbed the rpms for both 7.3.2-1PGDG and -2PGDG (including the
>src.rpm), but cannot Freshen the 7.2.1 installation. Each time the error is
>that the packages are for the "wrong architecture". I'm totally puzzled by
>this."
>
>Another e-mail:
>" This one has me completely stumped. I'm running Red Hat 7.3 here with the
>2.4.19 kernel. I grag the rpms from the postgresql.org Web site but they
>cannot freshen the existing 7.2.1-5 installation. The error message is:
>
># rpm -Fvh postgresql-*
>Preparing...                ########################################### [100%]
>package postgresql-7.3.2-1PGDG is for a different architecture
>package postgresql-contrib-7.3.2-1PGDG is for a different architecture
>package postgresql-devel-7.3.2-1PGDG is for a different architecture
>package postgresql-docs-7.3.2-1PGDG is for a different architecture
>package postgresql-libs-7.3.2-1PGDG is for a different architecture
>package postgresql-server-7.3.2-1PGDG is for a different architecture
>
>  I've tried the -1PGDG and -2PGDG packages with the same result. I also
>grabbed the .src.rpm for both releases, rebuilt them with both i686 and i386
>targets and still see the same results."
>
>Where do I have this fellow look?   Although I'm not sure where he gets the 
>2.4.19 kernel, but....
>

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