> Looks like your RPM database is trashed.
> Either mourn the loss, and use "rpm --nodeps -i..." in future, or
> rpm --rebuild
> often fixes it.
Ok let me get this straight, the program I want to install StarOffice is
When I try to install using rpm, it tells me that there isn't enough room on
the / filesystem, and that I need 140mb to install this program.
This is the first software I'm installing after a brand new installation of
I'd presume that --dbpath is the path to the Package manager DB, ie where it
keeps track of installations???
Therefore, the path in which the software is installed can be different to
the path of the rpm database... how do I specify a path of the software
Thanks for all the Help ..
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