||02-25-2004 10:34 AM
Problem updating redhat-config-packages
I'm unable to add packages from CD. I checked the Fedora Core 1 Troubleshooting Guide
, and found:
I downloaded 1.2.7 and tried to install it. Clicking it gave me this error:
"This package must be unselected before package removal can contiue: redhat config-packages".
So I went into the control panel, unchecked it, tried to update, got this:
"the following package could not be found on your system. Installation cannot continue until it is installed:
So I assume that since the program needs itself to uninstall itself (heh), I figured I'd try it from the command line.
[root@server]# rpm -e redhat-config-packages
error: Failed dependencies:
redhat-config-packages is needed by (installed) firstboot-1.2.4-1
So I'm a bit stuck here. I had to put on a base install because for some reason the installer hated changing CD's. I have a base system with KDE and Apache on it, and that's about it. I can't add packages through the package manager, because I have this error. I can't fix this error because... Well, it's this error. :)
Any advice appreciated. Thanks in advance.