>Help! I'm trying to upgrade libstdc++.so.2.9 from 2.8, when I used
>command "rpm -Uvh filename" I got a depedency error (mostly kde
>packges depended on it), using --force didn't help, using --nodeps
>up breaking the thing so I went back to 2.8.
Don't use --force and --nodep unless you know what you are doing. You
may end up breaking another part of your system.
Again, what are the error/dependency messages? It will help if youQuote:>So the question is: how do I upgrade from the old version to the new
>version without breaking dependency?
show them. They will give you an idea of what to do (eg.
upgrading/uninstalling other packages). Personally I don't know a
bullet-proof procedure for upgrading except by interpreting the