Crazy dependancy issues in f7?
mschwendt at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 18:06:56 UTC 2007
On 03/07/07, Andreas Bernauer <fedora at lysium.de> wrote:
> Dan wrote on Tue, Jul 03 2007 at 20:28 (+1000):
> > Now I'm trying to remove gnome, x11, and all the useless crap I wont ever
> > need on a server (synaptics?) when I reached this point: grub required
> > gtk2.
> > Why the hell does a boot manager, grub, require a graphical toolkit?
> > The only way I could remove gtk2 was to remove grub. Example, to now
> > install grub:
> > Installing:
> > grub i386 0.97-13 fedora 489 k
> > Installing for dependencies:
> > fedora-logos noarch 6.0.98-3.fc7 fedora 5.0 M
> > gtk2 i386 2.10.13-1.fc7 updates 6.8 M
> > gtk2-engines i386 2.10.2-2.fc7 updates 413 k
> > redhat-artwork i386 7.0.0-9.fc7 fedora 6.1 M
> > WHY?!? Am I the only person that finds this completely and utterly
> > absurd?
> Hm, here it looks different:
> samba:~$ yum deplist grub
> Loading "installonlyn" plugin
> Finding dependencies:
> Excluding Packages in global exclude list
> package: grub.x86_64 0.97-13
> dependency: system-logos
> provider: fedora-logos.noarch 6.0.98-3.fc7
> dependency: /sbin/install-info
> provider: info.x86_64 4.8-15
> dependency: /bin/sh
> provider: bash.x86_64 3.2-9.fc7
> dependency: mktemp
> provider: mktemp.x86_64 3:1.5-25.fc7
> dependency: /usr/bin/cmp
> provider: diffutils.x86_64 2.8.1-16.fc7
> I don't see gtk, but maybe yum isn't perfect.
system-logos => fedora-logos => redhat-artwork => gtk2'n'friends!
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