installer GnuPG 1.0.5 changed Gtk::perl
Remco Lubbers" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri May 18 09:07:01 2001
I made a mistake, excuse me for bothering you all!
It didn't have anything to do with GPG, at least not directly. After
installing GPG I installed the GnupgPerl rpm through Suse's YAST2. I didn't
know that YAST automatically installes all the rpm's that a rpm depends on, so
it installed gnomperl-0.7000 without my knowing it.
On 17 May 2001 16:38:31 CEST, Remco Lubbers said:
> I installed v1.0.5 on my SuSE 7.1 i386 box and didn't have any problems. But
> after installation a few programs wouldn't start anymore (ie Pronto) saying the
> Gtk::perl was 0.7000 and that 0.7003 is required(!?) I'm sure it was 0.7003
> before I installed GnuPG 1.0.5
> Anybody have the same experience? What caused it? Can we prevent it in the
> furure? It's a lot of hassle to put all the Perl modules back.
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