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/scripts/upcp libhal dependency problems

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by neon-light, Jun 18, 2006.

  1. neon-light

    neon-light Member

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    When /scripts/upcp runs I've been getting dependency problems, I've tried updating the yum package information. Its a fedora core 4 install.

    A quote from the middle of the upcp log.
    There isn't a 'hal' package, so I assume it wants the 'hal-gnome' package? I've tried installing hal-gnome.i386 through yum, but it wants hal version 0.5.2-2.fc4.1, hal-gnome 0.5.2-2.fc4.1 is only available in updates-released repository. Not sure how to specify it should install that version, as trying to install from the 'base' repository just results in the dependency that it needs the 0.5.2-2.fc4.1 version.



    I've searched these forums, no one else seems to have had this problem.

    Suggestions Welcome

    Thanks,

    Neil C
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    You're probably going to be better of on a FedoraCore support resource since it's a problem with yum dependencies for that OS.
     
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  3. neon-light

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    Chirpy,

    Thanks, will do.

    I wasn't sure where to go.
     
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