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Old 07-18-2008, 12:58 AM
"jijun gao"
 
Default Rpm-list Digest, Vol 53, Issue 5

you just place a copy of the shared file at other place

after you remove package C, you mv the copy to the orginal place
try it , I have no idea if it will work


2008/7/18 <rpm-list-request@redhat.com>:

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* 1. handling removal of shared file (Victoria Muntean)



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From:*"Victoria Muntean" <vikimun@gmail.com>
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Date:*Thu, 17 Jul 2008 08:43:18 +0300

Subject:*handling removal of shared file

[cross post rpm-list@redhat.com, usenet group linux.redhat.rpm ]
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I have 3 specfiles for 3 [somehow related] packages, A, B, C.
All 3 specfiles*include same configfile /etc/abc_common.cfg.
When I remove package C, rpm -e removes file /etc/abc_common.cfg,
even though A and B are still installed. This breaks packages A and B.



How to make rpm keep shared file until last package that uses it is
removed ?

Thanks
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Viki


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