On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 10:34:51 -0800, Austin Isler <aisler(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Stephen Walton wrote:
> It sounds like the updated rpm package put the rpm Python module in
> /usr/lib/site-packages/python2.4 and deleted the one in
> /usr/lib/site-packages/python2.3. This should not have happened
> unless you have a repository which overwrote the standard FC3
> rpm-python package. What does 'rpm -q rpm-python' return?
$ rpm -q rpm-python
Try smart, http://smartpm.org
. It is in beta but I have found it
invaluable in sorting out dependency issues caused by 3rd-party
repositories. The program is very good at performing
upgrades/downgrades. You just select a package that has been
downgraded by an installed .at package and smart will mark for removal
the .at package and install the downgrade.