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Old 05-12-2004, 04:31 PM   #1
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Old Libstdc++ needed - But Conflicts - Help!!

Hi Folks,

Am running Fedora Core 1 which seems to use


Need to install some proprietary software (developed on RH 7.1), and which requires


Downloaded the RPM for the older version and tried to install it via (rpm -ivh ....) and got the message that a newer version is installed and rpm stopped. I realize that it is/was foolish of me, , to try to install the older standard c++ libs (without checking the dependencies), but I kept my fingers crossed that it might do it "alongside" the newer version.

What do I do? Any help will be much appreciated !!!!



BTW What is the correct command for checking package dependencies? I used:
>> rpm --query --whatrequires packageName
Old 05-13-2004, 06:52 AM   #2
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