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Transaction check error:
file /usr/bin from install of google-earth-stable conflicts with file from package filesystem
While the above error and its fixes are documented well enough across the 'net I'm listing my own spec for future reference. You should probably not want to use this but if you do just save below code as "google-earth-stable.spec" and run it as 'rpmbuild -bb google-earth-stable.spec;'.
Should you run bro-1.5.1-9 on Fedora and wonder what
detected unhandled Python exception in '/usr/bin/broctl'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/broctl", line 703, in <module>
from BroControl import util
ImportError: No module named BroControl
means and found Fedora Bugzilla wanting for not fixing the same bug in Fedora 14 and 16 with status "CLOSED WONTFIX" then check out the "/usr/bin/broctl"...