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    Dependency crap really pisses me off!


    wanna install php 4.3.1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Compile it from source.

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    Hehe, one of the joys that Debian brings is taking care of dependencies when apt is utilized.
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    what distro is being used?

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    RH 9.0

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    What dependencie does it complain about??

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    libmm.so.11
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-imap
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-idap
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-manual
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-mysql
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-smap
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-pgsql
    php = 4.2.2-17 php-odbc
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    If you were in Gentoo you'd type

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     $ emerge -u mod_php
    Sorry for the completely useless gentoo advocacy post.

    I'm sure there's a perfectly sensible way to figure out your dependancies, but have you looked at the debian apt-get rpms for RedHat? I'll be checking it out next time I have to setup RedHat. I believe this should take care of dependancies automatically. http://freshrpms.net/apt/

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    I found that Connectiva had ported it but I knew that Red Hat didn't. Well, if the technology exists, go for it. In my opinion, apt is one of the best programs that exists.
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    All you need to do is download those other rpms and install them. I don't see what is so difficult.

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