#centos - Fri 6 Apr 2007 between 00:01 and 01:43

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Biff`How much do one of those boards go for?
mattpatEvolution: Got the old version of yum working again, thanks for the suggestion :)
Evolutionmattpat: no problem.
D-sideBiff`: they're not released yet.
under $150 though. probably closer to $120
its not really suited for "server" usage, but i never let facts like that stop me
Biff`"not released yet" might also be an obstacle.
adam1Hey can you use a usb keyboard/mouse with CentOS?
Biff`Yes.
adam1cool
Biff`I found that out when I loaded up a 2950 at work... no PS/2 ports on it.
adam1what about bluetooth?
z00daxBiff`: might want to make sure that the bios can use usb
marcsterhi. what kind of license does RedHat have? Per-user or per-cpu?
z00daxmarcster: you want #redhat
mattpatHey y'all, I'm having a yum problem... I'm trying to upgrade PHP from 4 to 5, but one of the currently installed packages, php-domxml, requires 4. When I try to do the upgrade, it says the dependency cannot be met; when I try to remove php-domxml, it wants to take a huge load of dependencies with it, including Plesk... any suggestions?
z00daxtalk to Plesk ?
how are you doing the update ?
mattpatyum update php (with the CentOSPlus repository)
That fails
yum remove php-domxml
Tries to take everything with it
z00daxyou might want to talk to Plesk chaps and find out if they are ok with that
I have a feeling, based on what you are saying - they have hard depend's on the php4 rpms
mattpatz00dax: OK, I'll talk to them, thanks!
z00dax: The Plesk KB claims that PHP 5 upgrade is possible, but that the dependencies are tied to PHP 4. Under the Debian instructions, it simply says install the new version of the conflicting package to eliminate that issue... unfortunately, I'm unable to do that, because I can't find that package
Is there any way I can get yum to remove a package without removing packages that depend on it?
Evolutionmattpat: no, but you can do that with rpms.
er rpm.
--nodeps will let you do that, but in general you should really understand what it'll do before you do it.
mattpatEvolution: I think it will work... see, Plesk says that PHP 5 works fine with it, and the package with the dependencies is provided for by a newer package, but it won't let me upgrade to it because of another dependency issue... it's a vicious circle really
Evolutionmattpat: which? php-pear?
mattpatphp-domxml
Which is provided for by php-xml in PHP 5
Evolutionright. and the rpm should provide it.
mattpatI think it's going something like this:
Evolutionyou should safely be able to rpm -e --nodeps php-domxml
then update php
mattpatOK, thanks, I'll try it *crosses fingers*
Evolution: It worked perfectly, thanks for the help :)

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