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Old 08-20-2003, 12:51 PM   #1
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Finding RPM dependencies

Howdy all,

I'm am trying to install a particular rpm package, but it fails due to a dependency.
I have the file on my system, but it's it the wrong place. So I've made various symbolic links to the appropriate file, but the package doesn't find them.

Is there any way to find out exactly where a package is looking for a dependency so I can make the appropriate link?



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