[CentOS] Re: Help!

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Tue Jun 10 17:57:01 UTC 2008

on 6-10-2008 10:06 AM Craig White spake the following:
> On Tue, 2008-06-10 at 12:57 -0400, Sam Drinkard wrote:
>> Kai Schaetzl wrote:
>>> Sam Drinkard wrote on Tue, 10 Jun 2008 11:23:05 -0400:
>>>> Anyhow, it works 
>>>> well if I don't try to update the machine
>>> Your problem comes probably from mixing repos. As I said: read back on the 
>>> list, has been discussed here already several times this spring/summer.
>>> Kai
>> Ok.. I sort of figured that was the problem, but I just removed 
>> everything clamav related and reinstalled only clamav-milter.  When I 
>> tried a normal "yum update" it fails again just as before.  As far as I 
>> can tell, the files are coming from rpmforge and not dag.  I don't have 
>> his in the repos.  Looking at the index list on Dag's website, it shows 
>> the latest clamav as version 0.92 and not 0.93 which is coming from 
>> rpmforge.  How do I make sure all the stuff comes from rpmforge and not 
>> somewhere else?
>> Yes, I remember the discussion from earlier this year, and I got a good 
>> install on my other server, but this 64-bit machine is not doing like 
>> the 32-bit server.  I know it's frustrating to have the same questions 
>> asked over and over, but this situation appears to be something besides 
>> mixed repositories, or at least from what I see on the screen says it 
>> all came from rpmforge.
> ----
> I was under the impression that dag and rpmforge were the same for
> CentOS purposes...here is the URL for downloading/installing
> rpmforge.repo
> https://rpmrepo.org/RPMforge/Using
> Craig
Add "ignore-pkgs=clam*" to the kbs repo definitions.
Do you actually have things installed from kbs-extras?
KBS and rpmforge don't play too well together since they have some duplication 
by package name but not versions.

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