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Old 01-22-2004, 03:36 AM   #1
yangkuo
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upgrading Gimp2.0pre1 to pre2


i installed Gimp2.0pre1 with RPM ... it was successful.

now i have Gimp 1.2.x and Gimp2pre1 running fine. when i downloaded the pre2 RPMs and attempted to 'upgrade' ... it gave me dependency errors and looks like some of these are components of Gimp 1.2.x

is it possible to do a upgrade on Gimp2 itself using RPM in this scenario ? i suspect even if i were to say 'rpm -e gimp2.0pre1', i will have some components of Gimp1.2 removed !

pls help
 
Old 01-22-2004, 03:51 AM   #2
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Try to remove gimp2. Even if it removes some components of gimp1.2, you can always reinstall it!!!
 
  


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