Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 452165
Package 'python-tools' has multilib conflicts
Last modified: 2009-07-14 11:27:30 EDT
Description of problem
The package 'python-tools' has multilib conflicts when installing both PPC and
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable)
Steps to Reproduce
1. yum install python-tools.ppc
2. yum install python-tools.ppc64
An error occurs regarding multilib conflicts:
Transaction Check Error:
file /usr/bin/modulator from install of python-tools-2.5.1-25.fc9.ppc64
conflicts with file from package python-tools-2.5.1-25.fc9.ppc
file /usr/bin/pynche from install of python-tools-2.5.1-25.fc9.ppc64 conflicts
with file from package python-tools-2.5.1-25.fc9.ppc
Both packages should be installed together without problems according to
multilib conventions from Fedora.
I'd like to know what's the status of this issue. Have you taken a look into it?
Thanks in advance!
Still waiting for the status.
So both of the above are basically:
...I can convert them to:
from modulator.modulator import main
if __name__ == '__main__':
from pynche.Main import main
if __name__ == '__main__':
...I think that should cover it, although I doubt I'll be able to get to it this
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