Can't update kernel asks for krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6

Can't update kernel asks for krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6

Post by BP6 He » Sun, 29 Dec 2002 08:34:51



I try and add kernel development through /system settings/packages and
I get an error saying that krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6 is missing. I ran: rpm -qa
| grep krb5 and got:

pam_krb5-1.56-1
krb5-libs-1.2.5-7

So obviously I have the newest version of krb5 but for some reason
it's not being seen when I try to add kernel development.

Is there anyway to fix this thing? BTW I tried adding the RPM for
krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6 but I get an error saying that I have the newer RPM,
obviously as rpm -qa | grep krb5 states, I've got krb5-libs-1.2.5-7.
What's the best way to go about this?

Thanks for any help.

 
 
 

Can't update kernel asks for krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6

Post by Jim Levi » Mon, 30 Dec 2002 03:42:45



> I try and add kernel development through /system settings/packages and
> I get an error saying that krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6 is missing. I ran: rpm -qa
> | grep krb5 and got:

> pam_krb5-1.56-1
> krb5-libs-1.2.5-7

> So obviously I have the newest version of krb5 but for some reason
> it's not being seen when I try to add kernel development.

> Is there anyway to fix this thing? BTW I tried adding the RPM for
> krb5-ibs=1.2.5-6 but I get an error saying that I have the newer RPM,
> obviously as rpm -qa | grep krb5 states, I've got krb5-libs-1.2.5-7.
> What's the best way to go about this?

It sounds like you system has been updated (maybe via up2date). If thats the
case then you need to install the kernel source package that matches the
current kernel. 'rpm -q kernel' will tell you the kernel version and you can
download and install the matching source package from RedHat or any of the
mirror. Look in the updates area for your Redhat version.

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Any insights?  Ideas?

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