[CentOS] Yum/RPM Update Conflicts

Wayne Bastow ayu.njoman at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 05:45:35 UTC 2005


Thanks for your reply. I think I have it sorted out now. I found a
backup copy of the etc directory with rc.d/init.d/keytable script in
it. I copied it to /etc/rc.d/init.d and ran chkconfig against it. Then
I used rpm to install kbd. I was then able to update initscripts and
when I did a yum update I ended up at CentOS 3.5.


On 6/10/05, Sukru TIKVES <sukru at cs.hacettepe.edu.tr> wrote:
> > error reading information on service keytable: No such file or directory
> The first error seems like it's not a dependancy problem, but a missing
> file one.
> If I were you, I would reinstall CentOS with the old /var not mounted
> (or mounted in something like /oldvar) and copy the necessary files
> afterwards (I guess you'd like to retain only your web pages and databases).
> This way minimum amount of problems will be ensured. However there may
> be others issues while upgrading database files, since change in MySQL
> (or PostgreSQL) versions will render those imcompatible.
> -- sukru
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