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Error installing on FC4 (package selinux-policy-targeted)

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by hq4ever, Apr 30, 2006.

  1. hq4ever

    hq4ever Guest

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    Hi everyone

    I've installed a fresh FC4 server, it's set with firewall disabled (hardware implemented) and seLinux set to :: Warn.

    I did a yum check-update followed by yum update

    Now, when I run the plesk auto-installer it get the following error
    I would appreciate any help you could provide me with this.

    Thank you.
    Maxim.
     
  2. hq4ever

    hq4ever Guest

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    When trying to run
    Code:
    rpm -U /root/psa/PSA_8.0.0/update-rpm-FedoraCore-4-i386/selinux-policy-targeted-1.27.1-2.22.noarch.rpm
            package selinux-policy-targeted-1.27.1-2.28 (which is newer than selinux-policy-targeted-1.27.1-2.22) is already installed
    
    The error is obvious.
    The question is how can I tell plesk installer to ignore version errors ?
     
  3. hq4ever

    hq4ever Guest

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    Doing a
    Code:
    [root@myhost ~]# ./psa_installer_v3.0.1_build060406.10_os_FedoraCore_4_i386 --usage
     Product source and proxy:
        --source-type <type>         Specify source type (plesk|local|network)
        --source <url or path>       Directory or URL for source
        --target <dir>               Specify target directory for download or mirroring
        --proxy-host <host>          Set proxy host
        --proxy-port <port>          Set proxy port
        --proxy-user <user>          Set user for auth proxy
        --proxy-password <pass>      Set password for auth proxy
     Releases:
        --show-releases              Only show releases for your OS (hide early releases)
        --select-release-id <id>     Select release ID (version) for operate
        --select-release-latest      Select laterst available for your OS release
        --select-release-current     Select your installed release
     Components:
        --show-components            Show components in selected release for your OS
        --install-component <id>     Install specified component from selected release
        --install-everything         Install all components from selected release
     Packages installation:
        --allow-kernel-install       Allow install kernel (see manual)
        --show-packages              Only show packages for install
     Mirroring:
        --show-all-releases          Show all available on server releases for all OS
        --show-os-list               Show OS's for selected release and exit
        --mirror-os <id>             Make local mirror for install (see manual)
     Commuticate with Plesk(tm) GUI:
        --enable-xml-output          Turn on XML output
        --query-status               Only query autoinstaller status
        --check-updates              Only check updates
        --notify-email <email>       Specify e-mail address for notify
        --ignore-key-errors          Ignore key errors
        --no-daemon                  Do not daemonize on installation action
     OS detection:
        --override-os-name <arg>     Override detected OS name
        --override-os-vendor <arg>   Override detected OS vendor
        --override-os-version <arg>  Override detected OS version
        --override-os-arch <arg>     Override detected OS architecture
        --override-environment <arg> Override detected environment
                                     (possible values are dedicated, vz, vserver)
      Custom RPM packages installer:
        (just install selected packages from specified dirs with local resolver):
        --add-packages-dir <dir>     Add packages from dir to resolver's repository
        --install-package <name>     Install package with specified name
    
        --no-clear                   No clear screen between pages in text mode
        --truncate-log               Truncate log in /tmp on open (do not append to log)
        --separate-logs              Write to separate log files on each start
        --install-system-only        Install only system packages required for Plesk installation
                                     (usefull for prepare machine to install Plesk packages
                                     manually, works only on RPM-based distributions)
        --version                    Show autoinstaller's version
        --usage
        --help                       Show this help
    
    doesnt seems to be much of a help either.

    Coming to solve this problem from the other way, can I somehow install using yum an older version of selinux so that plesk could be happy and satisfied when he gets to upgrade it to his "newest" version ?

    Thank you !
     
  4. hq4ever

    hq4ever Guest

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  5. crossconnect

    crossconnect Guest

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    The problem occurs because the default install of FC4 does not include the selinux-policy-targeted-sources package, which Plesk apparently requires.

    The solution is to run yum install selinux-policy-targeted-sources. This will install the latest selinux-policy-targeted-sources package and also update the selinux-policy-targeted package if required.

    The install requirements are then already met so Plesk will not attempt to install its own version.
     
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