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Sam Drinkard wrote:
> This may be considered a newbie question, and for me, yum is a new
> tool. I have discovered via yum, I am *supposed* to have libf2c (386)
> and libf2c (x86-64) installed. Searching the two libs, I find I only
> have the 32-bit version installed, and I need both. Should I use yum to
> remove the pkgs, and then reinstall, or should I use rpm to do the
> installs? Again, I'm from the BSD camp, so this is all new to me.
> Also, are the two libs in question on the distro CD's or do I need to go
> out and find them, or let yum find them for me and install?
you can specify arch of a package on the yum command line : eg.
yum install foo.x86_64
in which case only the x86_64 package will be installed.
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