> It's weird, but it works... Sometimes :-). The thing that always gets me removing 32 bit duplicate packages is trying to run yum update and getting 10,000 errors about conflicts because (for example) the x86_64 rpms have been updated in the repo, but the i386 rpms haven't yet arrived with identical versions, so it can't do the x86_64 updates because files it would try to remove are owned by i386 versions of installed rpms that don't have updates available. By the time the i386 rpms show up for the 1st set of conflicts, some other group of x86_64 updates have also arrived and now they cause different conflicts. There is also absolutely no documentation about how any of this multi-arch stuff actually works in rpms, so good luck trying to build your own rpms that conform to whatever undocumented rules allow the duplicate installs to kinda work.