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Re: Fedora RPMs (and RHEL3/WBEL3)

From: Toshio <toshio_at_tiki-lounge.com>
Date: 2004-03-01 14:39:58 CET

On Mon, 2004-03-01 at 08:04, Chris Croome wrote:
> Hi
> On Sat 28-Feb-2004 at 12:28:59 -0600, David Summers wrote:
> >
> > > > If anyone was using the old 0.37.0 or 1.0.0-1 Fedora RPMs then
> > > > they will need to do a dump/reload session with the new 1.0.0-2
> > > > version as the old one used Berkeley DB 4.1.25 and the new one
> > > > uses 4.2.52.
> > > >
> > > > If anyone has questions or problems with them, please let me know.
> Is there way around this (on Fedora 1):
> # rpm -Fvh *.rpm
> error: Failed dependencies:
> libdb-4.1.so is needed by (installed) python-2.2.3-7
> libdb-4.1.so is needed by (installed) cyrus-sasl-2.1.15-6
> libdb-4.1.so is needed by (installed) perl-5.8.1-92
> libdb-4.1.so is needed by (installed) webalizer-2.01_10-14
> libdb-4.1.so is needed by (installed) postfix-2.0.16-8.tls.fc1
> libdb-4.1.so is needed by (installed) php-4.3.4-1.1
> db4 = 4.1.25 is needed by (installed) pam-0.77-15
> That doesn't involve me rebuilding rpms of all the above packages?

I haven't tried this but...
Most of those might be satisfied if you get the compat-db-4 package from
Fedora Rawhide.

(Since Fedora Core 2 will use db4.2, you could probably grab other
updates needing db4.2 as well.)

I'm interested to hear if anyone else has done this as I'd think you'd
at least have to upgrade php as well. I suspect there'd be problems
having apache running with db4.2 and mod_php compiled against db4.1
attempt to load. Could anyone verify if my suspicion is correct or if
the OS is actually able to deal with this?


Toshio <toshio@tiki-lounge.com>
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