[CentOS] yum remove 'tomcat*'?
johnny at centos.org
Tue Jul 31 16:44:31 UTC 2007
Les Mikesell wrote:
> Johnny Hughes wrote:
>>>> Not from Red Hat (wrt sun java) ... they did use tomcat and gcj. If
>>>> want sun java, I imagine you would have to change the specs and
>>>> I have no idea how to do that (I have not looked at it at all).
>>> Red Hat fixed their bug:
>> That has been pushed to updates ... however, I don't see it has any
>> impact on open office. It is related to tomcat.
> I was trying to remove the non-working tomcat with the idea of replacing
> it with something else and openoffice went with it. Odd, but fixable.
>>> I haven't seen a response to centos bugzilla 0002160 that I filed a
>>> month ago about this.
>> I didn't see the bug before ... but it was released 7/22/2007:
> Thanks, but I thought the bug was related to the way the way the
> java-containing rpms were built (or maybe installed..) and this rpm just
> fixes the process. What will it take to get working indexes into the
> jar files for tomcat (and probably other apps) on an existing system?
The new tomcat was built with the new redhat-rpm-config, so all the
System OS files should be good. AFAIK the bug you pointed to was to
correct the md5sums issues for mutltiarch builds.
From the bug:
brp-java-repack-jars is a post processing script included in
redhat-rpm-config that removes timestamp differences in jars to ensure
multi-lib packages do not conflict.
> Also, is there any chance of duplicating those Red Hat sun jdk rpms? I
> think you've said no before, but I'm curious about how debian was able
> to manage it: http://packages.debian.org/unstable/source/sun-java5 if it
> is still problematic to redistribute.
They are not distributable by Centos ... and they are IBM Java, not Sun
Debain agreed to indemnify Sun ... we won't.
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