[mythtv-users] Firewire in CentOS 5.2 on GA-MA78GM-S2H (Texas Instruments TSB43AB23 chipset) - plugreport shows nothing
lifter89 at comcast.net
Sun Sep 28 16:53:56 UTC 2008
Roger Heflin wrote:
> Harry Devine wrote:
>> kanetse at gmail.com wrote:
>>>> Sorry for jumping in here, but I just re-did my box with CentOS 5.2
>>>> (x86_64) and saw this post. I grabbed the RPM but can't seem to
>>>> uninstall the current 1.3.0 version. RPM keeps saying 'error:
>>>> "libraw1394" specifies multiple packages'. May I ask how you removed
>>>> the 1.3.0 version?
>>> I'm not sure if this is the best way; but I manually downloaded the
>>> rpms to a local directory and force installed them with "rpm -ivh
>>> --force <package-name.rpm>". Then I used the command-line rpm again
>>> to uninstall the 1.3.0 packages. You have to specify the full package
>>> name, including the version number. If you don't know the exact
>>> package name, use "rpm -qa | grep libraw1394" and cut-n-paste or type
>>> it out.
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>> The delete still doesn't work. I was able to install the RPM OK, but I
>> get the following when I try to remove the existing RPM:
>> [root at HJDMyth ~]# rpm -e libraw1394-1.3.0-1.el5
>> error: "libraw1394-1.3.0-1.el5" specifies multiple packages
>> Any thoughts?
> Is it a 64-bit system?
> If so you likely have both 32bit and 64bit rpm's installed, and it is trying to
> remove both and does not like that. You can add "--allmatches" and it will
> delete everything that matches which should get both the 32-bit and 64-bit rpms,
> so you would need to make sure to reinstall both of them with the old version.
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It is a 64 bit system. Here's what I just tried:
[root at HJDMyth lib64]# rpm -qa |grep libraw1394
[root at HJDMyth lib64]# rpm -e --allmatches libraw1394-1.3.0-1.el5
error: Failed dependencies:
libraw1394.so.8 is needed by (installed)
I don't even have Myth installed yet. I want to make sure I have
everything solid before I put it back on (networking, sound, video
drivers, firewire, etc). Just to minimize the "gotchas".
Thanks for the help!
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