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Update Problem 8.2.0 --> 8.3

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by druckgott, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. druckgott

    druckgott Guest

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    I got this error on updating.

    Code:
    Starting installation of packages
    Installing the package psa-logrotate-3.7-suse10.1.build83071218.18.i586
    Installing the package sw-libxslt-1.1.20-5.suse101.i586
    error: Failed dependencies:
            libgcrypt is needed by sw-libxslt-1.1.20-5.suse101.i586
            libgcrypt.so.11 is needed by sw-libxslt-1.1.20-5.suse101.i586
    ERROR: Unable to install the requested packages because of package dependency problems.
    Warning! Not all packages were installed.
    Please check if your system services are operable.
    Please, contact product technical support.
    
    
    but libgcrypt is installed

    and the file libgcrypt.so.11 is in /usr/lib/

    what could I do?
     
  2. druckgott

    druckgott Guest

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    can nobody help me?
     
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    blank_page Regular Pleskian

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    Hi,

    thsi is simply too few info for an answer.
    This can mean a that you have self compiled module. Can mean that you only need a compatibility module, anyway upgrades and downgrades and a bit of spirit to experiment can help.
     
  4. druckgott

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    Hallo,

    I have nothing installed I have alle let like the hoster (strato) configurated it. At the update from 8.2 to 8.3 the problems comes.
    I have not more information.
     
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  6. druckgott

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    How could I eliminateing the dependencies?

    druckgott
     
  7. unika

    unika Guest

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    You can eliminate thу dependences specifying the --force option during installation.
    It will be smth like that:
    # rpm -Uvh --force package_name
     
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    blank_page Regular Pleskian

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    HI,

    I don't agree fully with the :

    rpm -Uvh --force package_name

    yes, there are cases that this is needed , but this answer is too simple to be used as it is.

    All depends on the error.

    With force and nodeps you may install a lot of things but that does not mean that they will be usable ..

    So all must be based on the error messages .. my opinion.

    You can eliminate the dependencies using yum.. that resolves all dependencies (if it can), if it can't then you get the packages manually and force install them(if you see that the versions are ok ). Do not go into force installing packages like glibc or other basic linux pakcages (not healthy and may break your whole system).
     
  9. druckgott

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    Hallo, thx for the tip. Could I use rug to eliminate the dependencies?
    If rug do also elimate the dependencies this do not work.
    If not where can I get Yum?

    druckgott
     
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    blank_page Regular Pleskian

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    Yes, you are right > suse can update using rug, yast and apt :) yum is for centos fedora
     
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