fc5t2 - no selected packages - rpm fails / not yum(my)
dtimms at bigpond.net.au
Sat Jan 21 08:08:35 UTC 2006
On a low resource notebook, during gui installation all packages were
unselected (including "base system"). The install completes, and
reboots, with text only login as expected. [used about 390MB of disk
space, 720MB free.]
command not found
ie, not installed. Including yum would make for much easier dep
resolution as you add the particular packages that you want to the
minimal install. How much bigger would absolute minimum be if yum (and
:. dependencies) were included when no packages groups are selected ?
Perhaps a group called "base operating system" (that can't be unselected
- it is the absolute minimum requirement for a booting kernel) with the
rpm rpm-libs yum mc ftp ssh slocate
would be appreciated by similar minded folks ?
rpm: error while loading shared libraries: librpm-4.4.so: cannot open
shared object file: No such file or directory
#ls -l /usr/lib/librp*
No such file or directory.
#ls -l /bin/rpm
-rwxr-xr-x 1 rpm rpm 83732 Jan 10 02:20 /bin/rpm
manually copying on librpm-4.4.so, then librpmdb-4.4.so, then
librpmio-4.4.so, then librpmbuild-4.4.so from a FC4 system has got rpm
# rpm -qa|grep rpm
doesn't rpm need rpm-libs ?
Without a working rpm, much harder to put packages on... Is this known
or needs bz'ing ?
More information about the test