Following the instructions for updating the RH5.0 kernel on my laptop
from kernel-2.0.31-7 to kernel-2.0.32-3 w/pcmcia-cs-2.9.12-3, the
instructions say to "rpm -i" the kernel RPMs. They also say to do
the same with the "pcmcia-cs" RPM.
But when I try the "rpm -i" with the pcmcia-cs RPM, rpm issues
several "conflicts with" messages and refuses to load the new RPM.
I am now stopped dead in my tracks with my long-weekend marathon
upgrade. (Haven't modified /etc/lilo.conf nor tried to reboot yet.)
What should I do at this point? I suspect I should probably do the
pcmcia RPM with -U instead, but what if I want to boot the old
(Please reply via email as well as posting, as connections to the
news server I use for the Linux groups is quite slow and I'm not
confident that it always gets everything in a timely manner.)