Upgrade from 1.0.7-6 to 1.2.2 in RedHat 8.0
Fri Jun 20 20:21:02 2003
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Ty Cabugao wrote:
| I am trying to upgrade my GnuPG from 1.0.7-6 to 1.2.2. I am running
RedHat 8.0. I follow the instructions completely (./configure, make,
make install), and everything seems to go through smoothly. But once I
check out the version of my gpg, it is still 1.0.7-6. Am I doing
| I attempted to rpm -e the old version, but RH tells me that it is
needed by up2date. I attempted to uninstall up2date, and RH tells me
that it is needed by up2date-genome, firstboot, and that
/usr/share/rhn/RHNS-CA-CERT is needed by (installed) rhn-applet. So I
erased all those packages, including the 1.0.7-6 version.
| I attempted to install 1.2.2, and it went through the whole
installation just fine. At least, it looked like it did. Because when I
checked to see what version of gpg I have, it is now showing that I do
not have any installed!
| Any suggestions?
| Gnupg-users mailing list
Why not get the rpm from the mirror
and install that? That is what I did to get 1.2.2 in RH8. Then you
can do a
rpm -Uvh gnupg
And not worry a second further!
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