On 09/04/12 18:42, ken wrote: > "yum update" output: > > ............................... > --> Running transaction check > --> Processing Dependency: libgoffice-1.so.2 for package: gnumeric > ---> Package goffice.i386 0:0.6.6-1.el5.rf set to be updated > --> Finished Dependency Resolution > 1:gnumeric-1.6.3-15.el5.2.i386 from installed has depsolving problems > --> Missing Dependency: libgoffice-1.so.2 is needed by package > 1:gnumeric-1.6.3-15.el5.2.i386 (installed) > Error: Missing Dependency: libgoffice-1.so.2 is needed by package > 1:gnumeric-1.6.3-15.el5.2.i386 (installed) > ............................... > > # rpm -qa| grep goffice > goffice-0.2.2-1.el5 > > # yum deplist gnumeric|grep goffice > dependency: libgoffice-1.so.2 > provider: goffice.i386 0.2.2-1.el5 > Firstly, if you think the defective package is goffice from rpmforge, why are you reporting this on the CentOS list? You should tell the folks at rpmforge, not this list. Secondly, to me it looks more likely that gnumeric is the problem package, and that doesn't appear to have come from rpmforge as it has no .rf tag. Where does rpm say the gnumeric package comes from: rpm -qi gnumeric as that may give you some clue as to where to take the issue. Google seems to think it came from EPEL. If that's the case, go tell them about it :-) You should also read the CentOS Wiki page on repositories, especially the advice about mixing certain 3rd party repositories: http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories as that is what has likely caused this particular system breakage.