[ATrpms-users] Dependency errors/conflicts for yum?
atrpms at rob.scullion.org
Wed Dec 29 06:51:37 CET 2004
Ah well, it looks like doing an "apt-get remove yum" has a nasty
side-effect of removing apt from the system. After a subsequent reboot,
apt-get is no longer anywhere to be found. This matches the behavior
recently reported on the mythtv-users list.
Back to the drawing board. :) I clearly need to do some more research
into the whole RPM mechanism before I wade back into this.
Chris Petersen wrote:
>> To followup my own question, I did an "apt-get remove yum" and then
>> tried the "apt-get dist-upgrade" and that appears to have worked.
> except that you no longer have yum installed.
>> Is this the right solution or am I setting myself up for more trouble
>> down the road as I continue to configure my MythTV box? I don't think
>> I use yum for anything and this will just be a dedicated PVR box.
> mythtv doesn't need yum, so you should be fine.
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