I have had the same problem when I wanted to upgrade my kdebase/kdegraphics etc..
what I did was the following:
but be very carefull please !
I usually don't recommend it to anyone, but I have done it myself.. the following:
rpm --nodeps file.rpm
use the command ' nodeps ' with two slashes after rpm. This way it will install no matter what the dependencies are.. but be very carefull.
Or you might use APT instead of RPM .. the program APT will find all dependencies automatically for all installations.
You can find APT here: http://apt.freshrpms.net/
go into shell and first type:
then type the following:
the last command is very useful to upgrade your distro, it will find the dependencies automatically.
but please read about the options in console with command: man apt-get