[CentOS] Yum trying to install both i386 and x64 binaries

James Matthews nytrokiss at gmail.com
Fri Apr 3 08:53:17 UTC 2009


Thanks

On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 12:23 AM, D Tucny <d at tucny.com> wrote:

> 2009/4/3 James Matthews <nytrokiss at gmail.com>
>
> Hi,
>>
>> I am trying to install lighttpd and yum wants to install both versions.
>>
>> ==========================================================================================================================================
>>  Package                                Arch
>> Version                             Repository                  Size
>>
>> ==========================================================================================================================================
>> Installing:
>>  lighttpd-fastcgi                       x86_64
>> 1.4.20-6.el5                        epel                        42 k
>>  lighttpd-fastcgi                       i386
>> 1.4.20-6.el5                        epel                        42 k
>> Installing for dependencies:
>>  lighttpd                               x86_64
>> 1.4.20-6.el5                        epel                       378 k
>>  lua                                    x86_64
>> 5.1.2-1.el5                         epel                       225 k
>>  spawn-fcgi                             x86_64
>> 1.4.20-6.el5                        epel                        17 k
>>
>> Transaction Summary
>>
>> ==========================================================================================================================================
>> Install      5 Package(s)
>> Update       0 Package(s)
>> Remove       0 Package(s)
>>
>> Anyways to disable it?
>>
>
> yum install lighttpd-fastcgi.x86_64
>
> would only install the x86_64 version this time... If installing other
> packages that exist for both archs in the future, you'd still have to
> remember to suffix the arch you want though if you don't want both...
>
> d
>
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