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From: Patrick Macdonald <>
To: huwang wang <>
Subject: Re: error:open of packages/rh-postgresql-7.2.3-1_as21.i386.rpm failed:No such file or directory
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 15:18:00 -0000	[thread overview]
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The blt and tktable rpms are in the AS-2.1/packages
directory of the iso.  Try installing those by hand
and resolve any dependencies that come up.  Make sure
you have tcl and tk installed.

The postgresql-python package requires python and
mx.  Do an up2date on both those packages.


huwang wang wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using a newly installed Redhat AS2.1 ,I didnot do
> any modification to it.It is a clear system. 
>    I clicked the install button and then a system
> dilogbox states that "checking for package dependence
> problems and file conflicts........"and after that the
> response "The following packages can't be selected due
>  to  missing dependences or conflicts:
>  rhdb-admin
> rh-postgresql-python" is issued from the system.And
> then I chose the CUSTOM installation,I found that the
> checkbox before rhdb-admin and rh-postgresql-python is
> greyed.
> Have you encountered the same problem as I have?
> How can I solve this problem to do a full installation
> of Redhat database 2.1?
> Thank you!
> --- Patrick Macdonald <> µÄÕýÎÄ£º>
> huwang wang wrote:
>>>Hi,Patrick Macdonald
>>>Thank you very much!I have seen the installation
>>>screen !!The contents in PACKAGES directory is the
>>>same as yours.
>>>But,the installation program gaveme a notice told
>>>that:The following packages can't be selected due
>>>missing dependences or conflicts:
>>>Can you help me out?
>>You have unresolved dependencies.  Take a look at
>>Getting Started / Installation Guide, Table 1.1:
>>rhdb-admin needs Tcl/TkTable/blt
>>rh-postgresq-python needs the lib package and
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  reply	other threads:[~2003-09-05 15:18 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 10+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2003-09-03  8:25 huwang wang
2003-09-03 15:00 ` Patrick Macdonald
2003-09-04  0:51   ` huwang wang
2003-09-04 13:14     ` Patrick Macdonald
2003-09-04 13:45       ` huwang wang
2003-09-04 18:15         ` Patrick Macdonald
2003-09-05  1:43           ` huwang wang
2003-09-05 15:18             ` Patrick Macdonald [this message]
2003-09-06 13:07               ` huwang wang
2003-09-08 12:54                 ` Patrick Macdonald

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