RHEL5 anaconda package conflicts and how to resolve them?
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I am getting the following error which esentially causes anaconda to bail out and stop my installation.
I do have postgresql-python in my list so i will remove it and re-test.
However I find it strange because i have not specified any php packages. I assume those are provided somewhere in these @ bundles.
How can I check to make sure whats inside them?
Interesting ... after i commented out the postgresql stuff anaconda continued. Then it encountered issues with samba package.
I am attaching a screenshot.
I hope someone can help me to find the packages and in which bundle the samba package is described.THanks!
Last edited by dann_radkov; 08-03-2012 at 06:59 AM.