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Problem installing 7.5.2

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by musictus, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. musictus

    musictus Basic Pleskian

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    BIG Problem installing 7.5.2

    I'm getting the following error:

    Preparing for packages installation...
    ----- begin of output -----
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_RedHat_9/base/psa-api-common-7.5.2-rh9.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    error: Failed dependencies:
    psa-api-common = 7.5.1 is needed by (installed) psa-api-cli-7.5.1-rh9.build75041216.14

    also, in the Plesk Updater the date of "your release" for certain packages has become Jan 19, 2038

    Moreover APACHE is no longer running!

    ideas? how to go back to 7.5.1 ?
     
  2. Synetec

    Synetec Guest

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    yes, i go to updater, the easy way to update your plesk and become are error wi´th this:

    error: Failed dependencies:
    psa-api-common = 7.5.1 is needed by (installed) psa-api-rpc-1.3.2-3.1

    but, this rpm with the version is already installed.

    Any idea ???
     
  3. mooman

    mooman Guest

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    sounds like the problem i'm having, although my dates stay correct and apache keeps working.

    this is what i'm getting (additionally to being pretty frustrated currently. :/ )


    Code:
    ----- begin of output -----
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/Mambo-4.5.1-7504.noarch.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-hotfix-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050204.16.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-api-cli-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-api-common-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-courier-imap-add-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-courier-imap-3.0.8-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-key-7.5-suse9.1.build75050128.10.noarch.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base/psa-locale-base-en-US-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.noarch.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/opt/bu/psa-bu-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    Installing /PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/opt/docs/psa-manual-custom-skin-guide-7.5.2-suse9.1.build75050128.10.i586.rpm
    error: Failed dependencies:
    	psa-api-common = 7.5.1 is needed by (installed) psa-api-rpc-1.3.2-3.1
    
    ----- end of output -----
     
  4. Synetec

    Synetec Guest

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    yes, welcome to the club.
     
  5. ooops

    ooops Guest

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    May be you need to try to install it from rpms?
    I used this command
    cd ../rpm_FedoraCore_2/base
    rpm -Uhv * ../opt/bu/* ../opt/api/*
    and everything works fine.:rolleyes:
     
  6. mooman

    mooman Guest

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    i don't have an api directory there, but added the others, basically to install everything plesk should have auto-installed:

    Code:
    mooputer:~/psa/PSA_7.5.2/rpm_SuSE_9.1/base # rpm -Uhv * ../opt/bu/* ../opt/docs/* ../opt/vault/*error: Failed dependencies:
            psa-api-common = 7.5.1 is needed by (installed) psa-api-rpc-1.3.2-3.1
    
    the manual update worked from 7.5.0 to 7.5.1. :/

    i could add the -nodeps option - but i'm not exactly sure how safe this would be.
     
  7. ooops

    ooops Guest

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    hm..it's weird..did you download rpms by yourself or autoinstaller did it?
    You may download all rpms from ftp://download1.sw-soft.com
    Also there you may find release notes for this varsion..In fact these packages are not required for Plesk to function properly.
     
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