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Description of problem:
I opened redhat-config-packages and tried to add some packages (unfortunately I
do not remember which exactly) packages to KDE. After clicking Install package
manager said I do not have kde-base-3 package installed (very funny, because
package manager was executed from KDE3 :-)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Try to add some packages for KDE
Actual Results: I got dependency failure message although package selected as
missing was 100% installed
Expected Results: Correct detection of installed packages. The same happened
when I tried to install Gnome2. I didn't select Gnome2 when I ran installer the
first time so I tried to add Gnome2 later using redhat-config-packages. This
utitity said that some package (sorry, I don't remember which exactly) is
missing although this package could not be found on first 3 Psyche CDs and even
manual Gnome2 installation works OK.
The package is called kdebase, not kde-base-3 in RHL. Third-party package?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 83485 ***
Changed to 'CLOSED' state since 'RESOLVED' has been deprecated.