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    Updating Glib...

    Hi guys,
    I'm currently trying to update Glib on my laptop. The problem is, I think I have to uninstall my current version of Glib (Glib-2.6.3). My question is, how do I uninstall it so that I can install my newer version (Glib-2.8.3)? Most posts I've seen have said to use rpm -e Glib-x.x.x, but it doesn't seem to work for me. I'm currently running Madriva 2005. Thanks in advance to whoever can help!

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    Linux Guru AlexK's Avatar
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    Feb 2005
    try using urpmi to update it, i.e as root, type the following: urpmi glib-2.8.3.

    If that doesn't work and you want to uninstall Glib, first, find out what it is actually called and if it is already installed using:
    rpm -qa | grep glib*
    then use rpm -e exact_name_of_glib_package
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