Bryan J. Smith
b.j.smith at ieee.org
Tue Sep 6 22:09:30 UTC 2005
Sam Drinkard <sam at wa4phy.net> 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.
You can find out for sure with:
rpm -ql libf2c |grep -i lib
If you see both lib and lib64, you have both. Furthermore,
the following command
rpm -q libf2c
Should list two packages.
> Should I use yum to remove the pkgs, ... cut ...
No need. Just run:
yum install libf2c.i386 libf2c.x86_64
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