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Re: installing ppc and ppc64 packages together

I think this is the root of my problem. On my development systems I had a .rpmrc file in my home directory that listed what macros to search, but I had left out /etc/rpm/macros from the list. The systems did have transaction_color in /etc/rpm/macros, so I was just ignoring it. Now that I better understand the situation I have corrected my .rpmrc file. Thanks for the help.


Marvin Heffler
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rpm-list-bounces redhat com wrote on 03/16/2006 10:58:02 AM:

> On Wed, 2006-03-15 at 17:32 -0600, Marvin Heffler wrote:
> >
> > Adding the %_transaction_color 3 to my ~/.rpmmacros did fix the
> > problem. However, the only place I see _transaction_color being set
> > within the /usr/lib/rpm directory is in /usr/lib/rpm/macros where it
> > sets it to 0. It is not set to 3 in any file, whether it
> > be /usr/lib/rpm/ppc64pseries/macros or something else. Maybe something
> > caused it to change after initial installation, but I don't remember
> > doing anything that would have caused that. Anyway, I'm able to get
> > past my problem. Thanks for the quick help.
> For RHEL anaconda places it in /etc/rpm/macros I can only assume that it
> got deleted on your system.
> Paul
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