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Updating with rpm

Both Novell Suse Linux and Red Hat Linux support (Fedora Linux) uses rpm.

The fix is to remove the old rpm databases (this might be optional), and rebuild the rpm databases. It might be possible just to restart affected applications if that isn't an option. _______________________________________________ users mailing list -- [hidden email] To unsubscribe send an email to [hidden email] before I rebooted.

A reboot would be recommended, but restarting any affected applications should be sufficient.

Simply including the new files in the deployment package will cause rpm conflicts.

Some of the files in my application deployments override files from other deployed packages.

They will work much more efficient and use the extended instruction set of the newer processors compared to the ancient 80386 which did not even have the floating point operations integrated within CPU (Remember? To find out what processor you have, do: cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep model If it says model name : AMD Athlon(tm) Processor you have "athlon" CPU.

If it tells you something like: model name : Pentium 75 - 200 you have an i586 CPU.

I looked at /etc/apt/and considered adding there: rpm redhat/9/en/i386 os updates extra rpm-src redhat/9/en/i386 os updates extra as the pointer to the update site.