RE: [Evolution] Redhat 7.2

Title: RE: [Evolution] Redhat 7.2

 Man ximian is the shit... You guys already got the 7.2 rpms out there... I bow before thee... However there is no installer yet guys ;)

-----Original Message-----
From: Luis Villa
To: evolution ximian com
Sent: 10/22/01 11:47 AM
Subject: Re: [Evolution] Redhat 7.2

FWIW, (1) I think someone is drafting a response to Hemos's typically
uninformed 'more tested' 'news' at the moment and (2) barring serious
issues, we'll have 7.2 support on the servers and in the installer this
afternoon. I've been using it myself for about two weeks (we're on their
beta program.)

On Mon, 2001-10-22 at 11:35, Chris Ball wrote:
> On Mon, 2001-10-22 at 15:21, Janne Morén wrote:
> > I'm about to install redhat 7.2, and I'm wondering if anybody has
> > able to install evolution (or, indeed Ximian Gnome) under the betas;
> > will the 7.1 RPM:s work if I remove the original Gnome rpm:s?
> While it's often not the most reliable news source, slashdot's article
> on 7.2's release states the following:
>  If you're upgrading from the previous Red Hat 7.1 and you're using
>  Ximian GNOME, then you might want to erase all Ximian GNOME RPMS (use
>  the command: rpm -e `rpm -qa | grep -i ximian` --nodeps to erase the
>  RPMS). Red Hat's GNOME RPMS has been more tested then Ximian's one
>  there is a conflict between them. You cannot use Red-Carpet on Redhat
>  7.2 as it will fail with the RPM libraries.
> Not that I can make an immense amount of sense of the English or
> technical meaning in there, but it seems that things aren't too well
> supported at the moment.  I'm sure that RH7.2 is one of Ximian's main
> target platforms, though, so it won't be too long before things are
> fixed.
> ~C.
> --
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Luis Villa
Ximian Bugmaster
"Quality is an amazing bridge because it is universal in its language."
Thomas Corcoran

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