On Thu, Nov 30, 2000 at 05:09:16PM -0000, McAuley, Tim wrote:
> I could use the "--nodeps" option in rpm, but I'd perfer not to, just in
> case the package needs something else that I don't actually have. A
> "--nodeps" option with the choice to manually accept/reject an error/missing
> file would be great.
RPM lists ALL failed dependencies when run, it doesn't just list the first
one and bail out. So, if it only complains about perl then that's all you're
missing and it's safe to use --nodeps if you know perl is really there.
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