"James Kosin" wrote:
No, first we need to find out which RPM repository you are using. Not all RPMs are the same. Many are specifically built for different flavors of Linux. I can help, but, I need to know where you got the RPM from.first.
in yum.conf I don't have adding nobody new repositary, I have tried in redhat.com site and in rpm.pbone.net and in atrpms.net, when do can I try this rpm files ??
thanks. ------ Salvatore.