On Wed, 2006-06-07 at 13:51 -0400, Beartooth wrote: > On Wed, 07 Jun 2006 16:53:36 +0100, Ben Lancaster wrote: > > > A bug in a new package, it'll be fixed later today, in the mean time: > > > > yum install [whatever] --exclude=evolution\* > > I tried [[email protected] btth]# yum install gnome-panel --exclude=evolution\* > but it ended, yet again, with > > Resolving Dependencies > --> Populating transaction set with selected packages. Please wait. > ---> Package gnome-panel.i386 0:2.14.1-1.fc5.1 set to be updated > --> Running transaction check > --> Processing Dependency: libecal-1.2.so.3 for package: gnome-panel > --> Finished Dependency Resolution > Error: Missing Dependency: libecal-1.2.so.3 is needed by package gnome-panel > [[email protected] btth]# Interesting. I wonder which versions you have at the moment? $ rpm -q evolution-data-server gnome-panel > >> I have looked every where and tried everything. I don't know much > >> about this. > >> > >> My desktop is gone ! Can anyone help me out of this hell? > > Mine has been gone for weeks. I've been getting by running "gnome-terminal > &" and "gnome-panel &" from a prompt on a KDE console -- and hating it ... > > >> How the hell do I fix this? > > And why does evolution get in on it, anyway? How did it ever even get > installed? gnome-panel must not have required it before gnomw-panel has had a dependency on the libraries provided by evolution-data-server since FC3 and probably long before that too. > -- I've been > running it since who goosed the moose, and always refused to install > evolution, without any trouble. evolution != evolution-data-server Paul.