Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 467564
kdepim libraries renamed from kdepimlibs --> kdepim-libs
Last modified: 2008-10-18 14:16:33 EDT
Description of problem: Several KDE compenents require kdepimlibs >= 4.1.2, but kdepim-libs-4.1.2 provides kdepim-libs-4.1.2-3.fc10, causing most KDE components to fail the upgrade due to dependency issues.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 4.1.2-3.fc10
Steps to Reproduce:
# rpmquery kdepimlibs kdepim-libs
kdepim (and subpkg -libs) and kdepimlibs are 2 distinct packages as distributed by upstream kde.
Besides the admittedly potential confusion seeing both kdepimlibs and kdepim-libs, what exactly is the problem here? You mention failed upgrades and dependency issues, what are you seeing exactly?
kdepimlibs and kdepim-libs are different packages, kdepim-libs contains the libraries which are part of kdepim, kdepimlibs is a separate upstream tarball.
But yes, you have to tell us the actual dependency issues if you want us to fix them.
fwiw, on my f10/rawhide box, I have
OK, it appears to be some sort of bizzare timing thing. When I did upgrade earlier, yum fetched most of kde*-4.1.2, but for some reason didn't retrieve the new kdepimlibs. When I saw kdepim-libs, I assumed (incorrectly) that was it was a renamed package. Doing another yum upgrade now fetches kdepimlibs and all is well. Having kdepimlibs and kdepim-libs be completely different packages I guess some days, you'll have that.