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Fedora 6 x64 frysk yum issue

Posted 01-24-2007 at 02:10 PM by CINUX

I had a problem with updating frysk using the gui. I think it was a compatability problem with x64 versus 32 bit. I first installed the base and used the update process and I got a dependency problem to solve this problem I removed and resinstalled frysk and it cleared up.
I am now bug free after getting rid of another problem with FC6 x64 with the cursor dissappearing.
To solve the fysk problem try.
issue command--->yum remove frysk

then issue command --->yum install frysk

do this as SU.

Hope this helps. I also heard of a product called SMART that fixes some of the dependency
problems. But yum worked just fine for me.

Computer make: Acer Aspire ASE360-UA421M
Chip: AMD Athlon X2 64 bit processor
Video: Nividia
Purpose: Network server with SAMBA.
FTP server.
Webserver using APACHE.

Currently no known problems(for me) with FC6 x64 on this machine.

Home infrastructre:
Netgear 4 port N wireless router.
Netgear 24 Port POE enabled switch(on 12 ports) with 2 gigabit connections.
House wired CAT5E 4 drops in each of seven rooms. Basement has two large leveton control panels one for the Netgear switch and another for my patch panel. I like my setup; especially my NETGEAR stuff but would wire the house a little different this next time to take advantage of the Power of Ethernet(POE) devices that have come on the market recently i.e cameras. Preparing to install ZONEMINDER to monitor my home from the internet with POE cameras.

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