Handling name change of RPM

Florian Festi ffesti at redhat.com
Fri Jan 17 14:54:04 UTC 2014

Hi Sarang!

Be aware that you need to use rpm -U to make Obsoletes: work. In general
you should avoid using rpm -i unless you want to install multiple
versions of the same package e.g. for kernels. Updaters like yum
automatically use the right way of installing/updating.


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