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Operating Systems Linux Failed dependencies of rpm / how does RPM check for ? Post 40663 by djtrippin on Saturday 20th of September 2003 07:33:42 PM
Old 09-20-2003
The Java Binaries dont install into some linux distro's default path setup, so when rpm checks for things, it doesnt find them where it wants them and thus comes up with a dependency issue. If you are confident everything is there than you can add a --nodeps tag to the rpm line from shell, and it will install.
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scap-as-rpm - manual page for scap-as-rpm DESCRIPTION
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