[PlanetCCRMA] Re: FC2: ccrma and ATrpms libxslt conflict issue

Axel Thimm Planet CCRMA list <planetccrma@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
Fri Dec 31 03:36:00 2004

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On Thu, Dec 30, 2004 at 07:14:13PM -0800, Brad Fuller wrote:
> Axel Thimm wrote:
> >On Thu, Dec 30, 2004 at 06:25:50PM -0800, Brad Fuller wrote:
> > > I was trying to get my system in order (so that I could upgrade
> > > to the new kernel) and when I "dist-upgrade" I get a conflict:
> > > file /usr/lib/libexslt.so.0 from install of libxslt-1.1.12-2
> > > conflicts with file from package libxslt1-1.1.11-0_6.rhfc2.at

> > What ATrpms mirror are you using? libxslt been upgraded to 1.1.12 late
> > October. The output above suggest that some repo is still offering
> > libxslt1-1.1.11-0_6.rhfc2.at.
> >
> > Or that you haven't "apt-get update"d before dist-upgrading?

> Yes, I did "apt-get update" for trying to dist-upgrade.
> I'm not using an ATrpms mirror now.
> In the recent past,  I had some problems with conflicts between packages=
> at ATrpms and with packages at ccrma (as I asked on this list.) I=20
> believe Fernando mentioned it was a naming issue and helped me resolve=20
> it (I'll look for the thread)  And, in my particular case I went to=20
> planetedge for an FC2 kernel to run audio apps such as jack. Now, I want=
> to return to the "norm".
> Should I resolve this by adding ATrpms to my sources.list? or?

If there is no ATrpms repo in your sources list, I am really puzzled
where apt is getting the suggestion to use a more than two months old
deceased package from ATrpms.

Try adding ATrpms to your sources list and try again, perhaps that
will rectify apt's behaviour. For referrence here are the current
ATrpms packages, anything else ending in '.at' is either not ATrpms,
or from an ancient mirror source: http://ATrpms.net/name/libxslt/
Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net

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