On Sat, 2003-11-15 at 04:35, James Jones wrote: > I just upgraded from RH9 to Fedora Core 1. I grabbed the Fedora apt RPM > and did the appropriate rpm -U, and moved the new sources.list into > place, since rpm told me it hadn't overwritten the old sources.list > file. I then did "apt-get update" and, after it had grabbed the > pertinent lists, it warned me that I had two (!) ntp RPMs installed: > ntp-4.1.2-0.rc1.2 and ntp-4.1.2-5. I presume that 4.1.2-5 is the one I > want to keep, but just out of idle curiosity, how did I end up with two? > > James Jones > Maybe you did an 'rpm -i' instead of 'rpm -U' and the package did not properly replace the older package. Such thing can happen with testing releases, which is where you might have got you other rpm.