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Re: Download RPM for Redhat, install on Redhat 6.2
On Fri, Aug 17, 2001 at 10:54:09AM -0500, Thomas Klettke wrote:
> RedHat 6.2 uses an older version of RPM (RedhatPackageManager). To find your
> version, run "rpm -v", I guess you'll have 3.x. Packages created with a
> newer version of RPM can only be installed with the newer version.
There is a version of RPM 3.x for Red Hat 6.2 that can handle RPM 4 format
files. I would recoomend you check the Red Hat updates site and make sure
you have the latest version of rpm for RH 6.2 before doing anything else
that requires more work.
> You can try to upgrade to a newer version of RPM (4.0.2 as of RH7.1), or
I have heard nothing good about the RPM 3 -> RPM 4 upgrade process. Folks I
respect are advising against it.
> else you'll probably have to build openldap from the sources
which may be a good idea
> -----Original Message-----
> Hi, all:
> I downlaod OpenLDAP 2.0.11 openldap-server RPM package
> from Redhat site and try to install it on Redhat 6.2,
> I got following error:
> [root@swlinux /tmp]# rpm -i openldap-2.0.11-8.i386.rpm
> only packages with major numbers <= 3 are supported by
> this version of RPM
> error: openldap-2.0.11-8.i386.rpm cannot be installed