gregd at molecularsoftware.com
Wed Oct 6 11:26:54 PDT 2004
I'm trying to get my Fedora 2 installation entirely up to date. You would think
this would be a simple task. At least, I did.
I was wrong.
up2date has two packages it won't upgrade, fam and fam-devel. (I'm at 2.6.10-9,
there's an FC2 that's available.) It won't upgrade them because they require
libselinux 1.17. I have libselinux 1.11.4-1 installed. up2date doesn't appear
to want to upgrade it, so I went out and downloaded the libselinux 1.17.13-3
Now, rpm doesn't want to install libselinux, telling me:
file <name> from install of libselinux-1.17.13-3 conflicts with file from
It says this even when I pass in the --replacepkgs flag.
What is going on here? Do I need to do --force? What do I need to do in order
to turn that damn red update baloon blue?
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