On Tue, 21 Mar 2000, Kenn Humborg allegedly said:
> > I installed RH5.2 onto a machine in work and then I went to upgrade it to
> > RH6.1. The machine then decided it didn't want to boot off the CD or
> > floppy anymore and didn't entertain the idea of a HDD upgrade. So I copied
> > up the CD onto the HDD and upgraded every RPM one by one (yes it was as
> > exciting as it sounds!)
>> rpm --freshen *.rpm
Yeah that was the first thing I did when upgrading initially, well I did
"rpm -Fvh", which is the same thing, right? But just ran --freshen to be
sure and am still getting the same console ownership problem :(
Random Homer Quote......
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saying is, don't mess up France the way you messed up your room.
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