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jefftrwmy 04-17-2002 09:30 PM

rpm -Uvh apache.... fail and shutdown q
 
hi,

I failed to rpm my apache. It fail due to dependancy error:-

fail dependancies: libmm.so.11

The big problem is to find the libmm.so.11. I dont know how to solve this. I already do a "locate"


bonous question:
why in my RedHat 7.2 I have to type "/sbin/shutdown -h now" but in my previous RedHat 7.0 I only type "shutdown -h now" TO SHUTDOWN

Psycho 04-18-2002 12:29 AM

I'll bite on the bonus question.

Have you tried halt? It's scripted or whatever to /sbin/shutdown -h now
That's always worked fine for me in RH, since 6.something iirc

7.0 was a little 'off', maybe /sbin was in the path...

Try rmpfind.org for libmm, I'd guess you're upgrading to version two?

augamecock 04-18-2002 08:22 PM

Re: rpm -Uvh apache.... fail and shutdown q
 
Quote:

Originally posted by jefftrwmy
bonous question:
why in my RedHat 7.2 I have to type "/sbin/shutdown -h now" but in my previous RedHat 7.0 I only type "shutdown -h now" TO SHUTDOWN

The reason is /sbin is not in your PATH. What you need to do it add it. There are many ways but i just do

Code:

export PATH=$PATH:/sbin
Then you should be able to type shutdown -h now w/out the /sbin preceding. Hope this helps..


For the libmm thing. I did find this


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