Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 339981
anaconda hacks for kde*-libs multilib changes
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:19 EST
I have try to get my rawhide installation uptodate. Unfortunately I have got
a error message, that kdegraphics depends on libpoppler-qt.sq.1.
I have downloaded the current version of poppler-qt from the devel branch and
found out, that this package contains libpoppler-qt.so.2.
So it may be nice, if you can rebuild the package for solving the broken
Rawhide is fine for me:
$rpm -q kdegraphics poppler-qt
$ rpm -qR kdegraphics | grep poppler
Hello. I have done some investigation to find out, why this issue was happen:
As a starting point of my update I havd:
But the endpoint of the update path was:
So the old i386 release of kegraphics still remain on the system, but
poppler-qt.i386 was updated to a newer release which caused the broken library
Hmm, rawhide/upgrade victim.
kdegraphics is no longer multilib'd.
Not sure how best to handle cases like this.
Talked it over with f13, looks like we need to add some anaconda magic to
properly handle the upgrade (at least until rpm can do per-arch Obsoletes).
A bunch of kde (and related) pkgs that once were multilib'd, aren't anymore due
to kde*-libs pkg splits. The list includes:
I have opened BZ 340271 agains yum. because I think this is the right place to
handled such issues.
Need to add things to the upgrade blacklist in upgrade.py
*** Bug 346211 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
doh, I missed one (sorry):