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Old 08-25-2004, 03:14 PM   #1
hamtavs
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rpm hangs while reading/processing headers after a forced removing of files


I removed kdenetwork on rh9 with --force option since I needed to replace some files I did modify them;I forced because I should have removed at first kdenetwork-devel,which depended on the former package

After that operation,or maybe while rpm was working,I reused rpm but it hanged!
I see rpm when performs every operation that involves the reading of headers,or their processing,such as install,upgrade,remove...as well as by gui it hangs.
I'm afraid of having ruined the rpm db
I have been advised to use redcarpet but I'd like to get my rpm at work...

...HELP!!!
 
  


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