On Fri, 18 Aug 2000, yu237790 wrote:
> Shell answers command > rpm -i postgresql-7.0.2-2mdk.i686.rpm with
Where is this RPM from? Mandrake's rpms are ususally compiled for the i586
> postrgresql-7.0.2-2mdk is for a different architecture.
> The istalled distribution is Mandrek 7.1 (Helium) with Helix update.
Where did you get that RPM from? Is it a contrib RPM? If so - you may
expect that it may not be well packaged.
Anyway - what is the architechture of your machine? Spesifically: What
processor do you have? What does the kernel report (arch, uname-a,
Have you changed any of rpm's config files?
If you suspect that rpm is wrong here, and that package would work fine on
your machine - use the --ignorearch switch to rpm (it's not as bad as
using --force, though).
Anyway - you can try grabbing the source rpm and recompiling it, using rpm
--rebuild . See the rpm man page for more information.
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