The recently released errata package qt-3.0.5-7.14.i386.rpm does not declare the same "provide" resources as the previous version:
$ rpm -qp --provides qt-3.0.5-7.14.i386.rpm
qt = 1:3.0.5-7.14
$ rpm -qp --provides qt-3.0.3-11.i386.rpm
qt = 1:3.0.3-11
As a result, packages which depend upon libqt.so.3 prevent the errata upgrade, e.g. opera.
oh yes, i can confirm it. For workaround you should update it with --nodeps.
I want to close this bug as wontfix, because it's only effected by installing
I disagree with this resolution, but it's your OS. Could I suggest refining
your QA procedure for errata packages to check that provides/requires do not