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powerpc-utils-papr-126.96.36.199-0 conflicts with file from package rpa-pci-hotplug-1.0-30
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3 replies Latest Post - 2009-10-08T22:24:26Z by SystemAdmin
Pinned topic powerpc-utils-papr-188.8.131.52-0 conflicts with file from package rpa-pci-hotpl
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Updated on 2009-10-08T22:24:26Z at 2009-10-08T22:24:26Z by SystemAdmin
Re: powerpc-utils-papr-184.108.40.206-0 conflicts with file from package rpa-pci-hotpl2009-06-17T23:07:12Z in response to alain_screenrpa-pci-* commands were all moved into powerpc-utils last year, so in fact we are not even distributing those old rpa-* rpms any longer.
The simplest solution is to remove the old rpm with:
> rpm -ev rpa-pci-hotplug-1.0-30
If that is not the correct name of the rpm, look it up using:
> rpm -qa | grep rpa-pci
Take the result and rerun the command above.
Finally, install the powerpc-utils-papr rpm with:
> rpm -ivh powerpc-utils-papr-220.127.116.11-0.ppc64.rpm
Hope this helps!
Re: powerpc-utils-papr-18.104.22.168-0 conflicts with file from package rpa-pci-hotpl2009-10-08T09:30:35Z in response to SystemAdmin> rpa-pci-* commands were all moved into powerpc-utils last year, so in fact we are not even distributing those old rpa-* rpms any longer.
The rpa-* rpms are still listed on the "Service and productivity tools" tools, e.g. here for SLES10 (similar for other distros):
The page does not contain a link to download the rpms, but the name is still listed. I downloaded the packages years ago and only noticed about this change by reading this forum.
Can you update the above mentioned pages to reflect the changes in the required rpms?
IBM Power Systems Linux Team @ SAP
Re: powerpc-utils-papr-22.214.171.124-0 conflicts with file from package rpa-pci-hotpl2009-10-08T22:24:26Z in response to SystemAdminWe had kept this file in the list to add to the clarity. If you click on the name of the package, you will see in the pop-up the following:
PCI Hotplug Tools (Productivity tool)
This tool is obsolete and no longer supported.
The functionality in this package has been open sourced and merged with the powerpc-utils and powerpc-util papr projects. Please install these two tools if you are having problems with the rpa tools.
It might be more clear if we mention this in the main list... I'll mentioned that to the team, and also your opinion that it should be removed.