[ATrpms-users] Multiple versions of libva installed
Jeffrey J. Kosowsky
atrpms at kosowsky.org
Wed Mar 9 23:41:32 CET 2011
Paulo Cavalcanti wrote at about 18:40:33 -0300 on Wednesday, March 9, 2011:
> On Wed, Mar 9, 2011 at 5:15 PM, Jeffrey J. Kosowsky <atrpms at kosowsky.org>wrote:
> > After an rpm upgraded, I have the following versions of libva all
> > installed:
> > libva-0.31.1.1_1-0.31.1-2_sds5.fc12.i686.rpm
> > libva-0.32.0-3_sds1.fc12.i686.rpm
> > libva-0.32.0.1_1-0.32.0-3_sds1.fc12.i686.rpm
> > libva-x11-0.31.1.1_1-0.31.1-2_sds5.fc12.i686.rpm
> > libva-x11-0.32.0.1_1-0.32.0-3_sds1.fc12.i686.rpm
> > Is there any good reason for having multiple copies of each? Or can I
> > remove all but the most recent of both libva and libva-x11?
> Probably you can't, unless you recompile ffmpeg, vlc, gstreamer-vaapi, and
> That is why I proposed to Axel we use a libva with a standard soname...
Interesting though that "rpm -q --whatrequires" doesn't show *any*
packages requiring *any* version of the above libraries. Yet somehow
those libraries were automagically dragged in.
Are there some missing requires dependencies somewhere?
Is there any way to figure out which ones are actually required on my system (other than I guess trying to delete them)
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