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Old 12-30-2007, 04:03 PM   #1
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Update System with Urpmi, rpmlib(Lua...) dependency problem

I found a guide to upgrade my version of Mandriva. I have all my sources set up to different areas, but when I run `urpmi --auto-select`, I inevitably get this error:
Installation failed:
        rpmlib(BuiltinLuaScripts) <= 4.2.2-1 is needed by filesystem-2.1.9-1mdv2008.0
Unfortunately, I can't install anything with urpmi now, as it always fails on this problem. Any ideas?
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Try urpmi --clean to clear the cache.
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urpmi --auto-update

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