[PlanetCCRMA] One more question -- rezound

Kevin Ernste kevine@esm.rochester.edu
Fri Mar 18 11:08:02 2005

On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 13:37:18 -0500, Bradley S. Campbell
<bsc3j@virginia.edu> wrote:
>  Kevin (and everyone else),
>  I went to rebuild rezound and I got a few errors about the fox libraries,
> so I attempted to upgrade them.  The rpm hung while trying to upgrade, but
> it seemed to finish (I'm guessing it was a bad .rpm).  I uninstalled that
> updated version (or so I think, with rpm -e) and used synaptic to reinstall
> the ccrma version of fox.  Now when I attempt to install fox via synaptic
> weird things happen:  1) I get an error saying fox is already installed, or

There may indeed be another version installed, this kind of thing
happens from time to time, particularly with rpm's from different
sources.   Check with:

rpm -qa | grep fox

Remove any instances with rpm -e (don't try to clean up manually, that
will likely make things worse) and re-install the ones you want.  I'm
suprised you're having trouble building with those from CCRMA, I don't
think I needed to upgrade to rebuild rezound.  Be sure you have the
fox-devel package.

Good luck.