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> Up2date Finds A Newer Version Of Openssl, I need to get around this newer version
rangert
post Apr 23 2003, 03:07 PM
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The system is RH 7.0 , 2.4.12-ac3.

The system is a stable production Oracle server.

I got the following when trying to update tcpdump today:

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[root@xxxxxxx /root]# up2date tcpdump

Fetching package list for channel: redhat-linux-i386-7.0...
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Fetching package list for channel: redhat-powertools-i386-7.0...
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Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: redhat-linux-i386-7.0...
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Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: redhat-powertools-i386-7.0...
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Fetching rpm headers...
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Testing package set / solving RPM inter-dependencies...
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RPM package conflict error. The message was:
Test install failed because of package conflicts:
package openssl-0.9.6b-24 (which is newer than openssl-0.9.6-16) is already installed

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I am no linux wizard, but either I need to tell up2date that it should ignore the message and install it anyway, or i need to get back to openssl-0.9.16. This is only one of several patches that will not install due to the openssl version being "too new."

Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

Ron
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post May 9 2003, 08:28 AM
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you can use the -f option to force the installation.

Check man up2date for more info on it.
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