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Re: MariaDB for OpenSuSE 12.3


And teh *bonus question*.  What should I remove and not remove before
installing your packages?

peter@linux-zayf:~> rpm -qa | grep mysql
peter@linux-zayf:~> rpm -qa | grep maria

-- Peter

On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 3:36 PM, Peter Laursen <peter_laursen@xxxxxxxxxx>

> Thanks a lot. I will try this (tomorow probably).
> -- Peter
> On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 3:26 PM, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>> Hi, Peter!
>> On Nov 24, Peter Laursen wrote:
>> > Thanks Elena. That even I can understand.
>> >
>> > But error on installation of server packet "No packet found allowing for
>> > the action specified". I am simply launching YaST graphical interface
>> from
>> > the context menu of the RPM file placed on my desktop ("install with
>> packet
>> > manager"). There is a reference to some log with more details, but I
>> don't
>> > know where it can be found.
>> I've tried to repeat this - but over ssh, so I used text-mode yast2.
>> Supposedly, selecting "install with packet manager" from the context
>> menu is equivalent to "sudo yast2 -i /path/to/file.rpm" (I don't know
>> for sure).
>> Here's the issue. MariaDB-server package depends on other MariaDB-*
>> packages. Normally yast or yum fetch dependencies automatically from a
>> repository. But you don't install from a repository, you install a
>> specific file. In this case yast cannot fetch dependencies. You have to
>> install either all packages in one command, like this:
>>   sudo yast2 -i MariaDB*server.rpm MariaDB*client.rpm MariaDB*common.rpm
>> or you can do it with GUI and a context menu - but you need to install
>> MariaDB*common.rpm first, then MariaDB*client.rpm, and only then you can
>> install MariaDB*server.rpm.
>> I tried both solutions - both worked.
>> Regards,
>> Sergei
>> P.S. Now, when we build for SuSE, I hope we will provide a proper
>> package repository and yast will be able to resolve dependencies
>> automatically.

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