Looks like 5.0.2 wasn't tested too thoroughly. On RH7.2, libtool script dies with a syntax error, configure doesn't perform all Makefile.in substitutions properly, etc.
Re: circular RPM dependency problem solved
> % Don't use RPM, be a real man and
> % from source.
> Oh, yes; timecop bitching again.
He is right.
There are really rare cases where rpm packages
should depends on each other causing
a circular dependecy.
This is a packaging bug.
The best thing to do is to write your own rpm spec
file and compile it. 8)
Re: circular rpm dependencies problem
> requires Mesa-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm to
> install... BUT
> Mesa-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm requires
> Mesa-common-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm to
> rpm --install --nodeps
> rpm --install
the real solution:
rpm -Uvh Mesa-common-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm Mesa-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm
> Don't use RPM, be a real man and compile
> from source.
Oh, yes; timecop bitching again.
There's certainly a problem if common requires the base but since you will install them both, install them with the same command. This way all dependencies get filled.
circular RPM dependency problem solved
Don't use RPM, be a real man and compile from source.
circular rpm dependencies problem
Mesa-common-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm requires Mesa-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm to install... BUT
Mesa-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm requires requires
Mesa-common-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm to install.
rpm --install --nodeps Mesa-common-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm
rpm --install Mesa-3.2.1-1rh61.i386.rpm
An RPN calculator for the X Window system
Helpful accessories for HP Data Protector.