Re: livna nvidia update problem

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Hi there,

Just do a rpm -e --nodeps packagename, and try again. Should work.
Works flawless here...

Greetings,
Jim van Wel.

> lostson wrote:
>> On Sun, 2007-09-23 at 19:38 -0400, Mail List wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>   Also - the nvidia-kmod-common is not in cache - and yum install
>>> nvidia-kmod-common does nothing. Having to download rpm's by hand
>>> surely
>>> feels not correct ?
>>>
>>>
>>  Yes this is not correct behavior and I have not seen this before. I am
>> sure the guys at livna are aware of it and it will be resolved soon. As
>> long as everything is working on your machine and your nvidia drivers
>> are working your not going to benefit a ton from these new drivers
>> anyway. Personally I will just be patient no reason to go downloading
>> things by hand and working around yum. my 2 cents anyway.
>>
>     I got the 3 updates again this morning and again they failed due to
> some problem. It appeared to be a dependent file that conflicts with one
> already installed. This is not the usual yum update action.
>
>
>
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