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no you dont need a new kernel or to rebuild your kernel (though at some point its a good thing to learn how to do) it looks like you need atrpms v. 18 or higher, at least thats what i think the output is telling you...ive only ever installed two rpms...
How can you tell what dependencies it needs it seems a bit cryptic to me. Also I didn't see anything called dependant on that list of utilities... I have been looking at it for about the last 20 min trying to figure out what I needed.
maybe there is something wrong with that package, just grab another and see if you can install it .... there is like 6 or so different packages there, and they are all above version 40, and in the dependancy error, it says >= (greater than or equal to) version 18 so you can use any of them..
Well all I had to do was read on more information on where to find the apt and the yum rpms which is in the config package rpm... Now that that is installed I get the same error again when installing a lower version of atrpms so I am going to try another one
Does anyone know of anything else I can do about this or another means of automounting a smb file system?
Basically I have a netapp server I want to auto mount the shares on. What is the file that I need to edit or is there an rpm I can install besides this one that does not seem to be functioning. I am not going to be able to do file manipulation through ftp forever .