Bug 90704 - post scriplet fails
post scriplet fails
Status: CLOSED CURRENTRELEASE
Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: gnome-user-docs (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: Havoc Pennington
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Reported: 2003-05-12 13:07 EDT by Sepp Rudel
Modified: 2007-04-18 12:53 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2003-05-12 14:52:51 EDT
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Description Sepp Rudel 2003-05-12 13:07:05 EDT
Description of problem:
While I was updating from RHL7.3->RHL9 with apt (yea, I know, not supported by
RH, but read on...), gnome-user-docs gave following errors:

 464:gnome-user-docs        ########################################### [ 70%]
scrollkeeper-update: warning:
/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-C.omf overrides
/usr/share/omf/gnome2-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-C.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/gnome-users-guide-C.omf] does not
validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register /usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/gnome-users-guide-C.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/glossary-C.omf] does not validate
against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register /usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/glossary-C.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-es.omf]
does not
validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register
/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-es.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/gnome-users-guide-es.omf] does
not validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register /usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/gnome-users-guide-es.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-C.omf] does
not validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register
/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-C.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-it.omf]
does not
validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register
/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/introduction-to-gnome-it.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/unix-primer-C.omf] does not
validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register /usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/unix-primer-C.omf
OMF file [/usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/unix-primer-es.omf] does not
validate against ScrollKeeper-OMF DTD:
/usr/share/xml/scrollkeeper/dtds/scrollkeeper-omf.dtd
Unable to register /usr/share/omf/gnome-user-docs/unix-primer-es.omf

Probably caused by the fact that also RPM containing something needed by
gnome-user-docs %post scriptlets was about to be updated after gnome-user-docs
during the same "rpm -Uvh" run. This caused gnome-user-docs to be misconfigured.
This might well happen also with up2date/rpm -Fvh/yum/etc.


Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
All, I presume.

How reproducible:
Always.

Steps to Reproduce:
1.update gnome-user-docs and RPMs used during %post in the same run
    
Actual results:
errors printed.


Expected results:
no errors.

Additional info:
Probably not critical but worth fixing IMHO. Not sure what RPM should be
installed after/before to prevent errors. scrollkeeper RPM was installed just
before gnome-user-docs when this happened.
Comment 1 Havoc Pennington 2003-05-12 14:52:51 EDT
This one isn't fixable, there's an old closed bug that talks about it.
Basically the old gnome-user-docs has errors and you can't retroactively 
fix them. It's pretty harmless though, other than the warning.
Comment 2 Sepp Rudel 2003-05-13 07:27:17 EDT
Yes, ok, sorry for missing that. Thanks for the fix.

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