SuSe10.1 & PHP5 modules

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by latcarf, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. latcarf

    latcarf New Member

    I have been following along with the Perfect SetUp for SuSe101 and when I got to the install of the PHP5 modules I keep getting conflict screens from the start.

    Here is the 1st
    Code:
    #### YaST2 conflicts list - generated 2006-09-10 08:51:30 ####
    
    This would invalidate atom:php5-5.1.2-29.4.i586.
        atom:php5-5.1.2-29.4.i586 has unfulfilled requirements
        Conflict Resolution:
            (x) delete php5
                delete atom:php5-5.1.2-29.4.i586
    
    #### YaST2 conflicts list END ###
    and the 2nd
    Code:
    #### YaST2 conflicts list - generated 2006-09-10 08:52:49 ####
    
    patch:php5-1590-0.noarch has missing dependencies
        There are no alternative installed providers of php5 == 5.1.2-29.4 for patch:php5-1590-0.noarch
        Conflict Resolution:
            ( ) keep php5
            ( ) delete php5
            ( ) Ignore this requirement just here
            ( ) Ignore this requirement generally
    
    #### YaST2 conflicts list END ###
    .
    After the 2nd I stopped install until I can figure out what is going on... thoughts... suggestions... coffee (or at least another cup!)... ;)
     
  2. latcarf

    latcarf New Member

    oops! sorry for any panic and mob actions... I found a similar post/problem in the forum...

    Although what I don't understand is that PHP5 was not previously installed (or was it with Apache2!?)... otherwise this is a brand new fresh HD.
     
  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Seems like one of the usual yast problems on SuSE 10.1... :(
     
  4. latcarf

    latcarf New Member

    Being a novice I have not noticed "problems" with yast... I did notice there is a difference with not being able to pre-select (i.e. server set up, desk top set up, etc) what gets loaded and what does not using the 5 disk installation source.

    Without the Perfect Set Up tut I would have been lost from the start! I kept wondering why the initial install only required 3 of the 5 disks (well, 6 counting the add on disk) until I pulled up the tut.

    Thanks for the response :)
     

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