[ATrpms-users] How to back out of a libgcrypt conflict?
steve at sjcnet.id.au
Sat Dec 5 02:52:10 CET 2009
I recall having this problem a few weeks ago when I went to upgrade to
5.4. From memory I removed the old package with "rpm --erase --nodeps
libgcrypt11", installed the new one then used "lsof /usr | grep gcrypt"
to find out what running processes had the old shared library files open
and restarted them.
Chuck Benz wrote:
> I have a Centos 5.3 system and I've tried to keep it up to date with yum
> update. I am also using the atrpms repository in order to have some of
> the mythtv packages. That presumably is at the root of a conflict that
> I now have that prevents me from updating some packages.
> Specifically, the error I get from yum update is:
> Transaction Check Error:
> file /usr/lib/libgcrypt.so.11 from install of
> libgcrypt-1.4.4-5.el5.i386 conflicts with file from package
> http://email@example.com/msg45675.html is a note
> that predicts the problem that I'm having, but it doesn't offer me any
> clues about how to fix the problem.
> I had an earlier problem that went away after a "yum clean", but that is
> not powerful enough magic here.
> Re-reading about atrpms, I see that I should disable the repository so
> that I don't get more updates from it unless I specifically enable it,
> and that I should only do that when I really need a specific update for
> a mythtv package. But, how can I recover from this mis-step that I've
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