You could open a console and su to root to remove smart.
Start with 'rpm -qa | less' to get a full list of all packages installed. When you get to the smart package, write down the package name.
Then run 'rpm -q --requires <package name>' replacing <package name> with the name of the smart package, to get a list of other packages which require smart. They will have to be upgraded to 64 bit before you can install the new smart package.
Finally, run 'rpm -e <smart package name>', to remove smart. Do the same for any other packages you need to upgrade before installling the new smart package.
Then install the supporting packages, if any, before trying to install smart.
I don't know if SuSE 10.X still requires one to run /sbin/SuSEconfig after manually removing/installing rpms. It's done automatically by YaST when using YaST to manage packages. When doing package management manually, run /sbin/SuSEconfig to manually to keep YaST informed of changes in the system. Otherwise, YaST (and possibly Smart) will refuse to do anything with those packages.
Last edited by bigrigdriver; 08-29-2006 at 10:05 AM.