[Digikam-users] Digikam 2.1.0, same DB problem as in 2.0
kde at fahrendorf.de
Fri Aug 26 06:26:22 BST 2011
Am 25.08.2011 22:17, schrieb Marie-Noëlle Augendre:
> I had to use the '--nodeps' option for the following libraries:
with this you should have tried yum remove and all dependencies should
be removed as well.
This packages got seperated from kdegraphics during upgrade from kde 4.6
to 4.7. So an install of digikam 1.9 should bring kdegraphics 4.6.5 as
dependency (containing the named libs).
> as rpm refuse to uninstall them otherwise, and they causes conflicts
> when I try to do 'yum install digikam kipi-plugins'
It is always a good idea to remove packages with 'yum remove' instead of
'rpm -e' as yum takes care of dependencies.
> 2011/8/25 Martin (KDE) <kde at fahrendorf.de>:
>> Am Donnerstag, 25. August 2011 schrieb Marie-Noëlle Augendre:
>>> OK, I'm back to 1.9.0 now.
>>> I just had to remove the conflicting libraries by 'rpm -e
>>> library-name' (with the --nodeps option for some of them) before
>>> doing a proper 'yum install'.
>>> I've updated accordingly both french and english procedures I'm
>>> maintaining on my wiki:
>> Hm, removing packages with --nodeps should not be necessary. It is
>> usually not a good idea to do so - except for reinstalling a basic
>> For most kde stuff you can uninstall the package and a later started
>> 'yum install' should bring all back.
>> Do you know which packages you have to erase with --nodeps?
>>> Regarding the persistent bug I had with both versions 2.0.0 and
>>> 2.1.0 versions, I would very much like to know where it is being
>>> monitored as I understand taht this one is closed:
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