direct2kali at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 14:56:01 UTC 2011
I did as Jos Vos said. yum myPackage.rpm without specifying any requires or
.so files in my SPEC file. yum resolved those dependencies by installing the
Also as a side note, yum listed that the package is not signed. So, I did
yum --nogpgcheck to get rid of that. And it worked like charm.
Thanks for everyone (esp to Jos Vos). I didn't expect such a quick reply
from you guys.
On Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 8:02 PM, Marc Deop <damnshock at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 14 July 2011 10:17:09 Ramin Rad wrote:
> > The dependencies in RPM are only meaningful when it comes to packages
> > (and virtual resources) that are in the RPM DB.
> The ability to have "file dependencies" is one of the main points for rpm
> against other packaging systems.
> As other have already said, you just need to add the whole path to the
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