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Building your own Python back didn't work for me. This works: (note this is for a Centos 6x host, which now uses Python2.6, but it's the same thing) wget http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/Packages/yum-3.2.29-40.el6.centos.noarch wget []://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/Packages/python-devel-2.6.6-51.el6.x86_64.rpm wget ...


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For anyone interested the problem is related to our nexus repo and this bug.


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It seems like your rootfs (/) is at 100%! Try cleaning it up first, maybe try yum clean all.


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You're out of space. Free up some or get a bigger disk.


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They are not out of date. Enterprise Linux (RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux) maintain a repository of software with a stable feature set, API and ABI. It is intentional that the versions of software being used on this host are what they are. Only bug fixes typically get applied to such software. The intention is that the distro major version (so 5 in this ...


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Error: Package: mysql-5.1.73-3.el6_5.x86_64 (updates) Requires: libmysqlclient.so.16()(64bit) Available: mysql-libs-5.1.71-1.el6.x86_64 (base) libmysqlclient.so.16()(64bit) Available: mysql-libs-5.1.73-3.el6_5.x86_64 (updates) libmysqlclient.so.16()(64bit) Installed: ...


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Try installing MySQL using the remi repo. CentOS 6 wants to install MySQL 5.1 vs 5.5 libs already installed. So you need MySQL 5.5


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I got the same error and found the solution. It seems happens because EPEL repo is not properly added on your system. First, check the version of your operating system (CentOS 6.x/5.x? 32-bit/64-bit): cat /etc/*-release Next, add the repo using these few lines: CentOS 5.x: wget http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/5/x86_64/epel-release-5-4.noarch.rpm ...


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Reinstall Failed RPMS I've seen this issue happen when something fails during the RPM transaction. The RPM database can become out of sync with the system. As a result what the system actually has and what RPM thinks is installed varies. TIP: Before doing any of this creat an AMI image so you can easily recover if things completely fail. You can use rpm ...


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Your disk has insufficient space. Look over on the right under related - lots of good information there.


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You could also simply install with the command yum install --nogpgcheck {packagename}


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your iptables is probably wont work properly, i dont remember exactly what you need to do on EL5 with this kernel/iptables. i know that packages from here worked for me: http://mirror.ukrnames.com/mirrors/centalt/repository/centos/5/x86_64/ipset-4.5-1.el5.x86_64.rpm ...


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rpm should be creating a new www.conf called www.conf.rpmsave or www.conf.rpmnew if the www.conf already exists, it shouldn't be overwriting it. If your configuration doesn't have a www.conf, the easy solution would be to just touch www.conf to make a new, blank one. If you ARE using www.conf and it is still overwriting it, then you're probably going to ...


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I've done this plenty of times for similar reasons. Often times, the RHEL subscription is hard to justify, or the support lapses, but you still need the system to run or need access to updates. The linked guide from CentOS works as advertised, and I've never had any long-term issues following the transition.


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I've never done it. I'm not sure it's formally supported, but it is formally documented, and it looks like a fairly common thing to do. Look at http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/MigrationGuide , in the section entitled "Migrate an existing system from RHEL6 or SL6 to CentOS 6" (or the section immediately above it for EL5 to C5). And if any future readers find ...


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I started digging into the webserver logs on the yum server, and didn't find any hits from the IP for the client that couldn't find the files. I didn't understand this at first, since I'd cleared out the cache on the clients. So I did another cache cleanout, this time using sudo yum -v clean expire-cache When run with -v, it lists which repos it cleans - ...


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At first I recommends you to enable vSwap memory model because it's simpler and more reliable than old UBC styled system. With it you can replace this vzctl set 101 --physpages 0:2G --swappages 0:2G --kmemsize unlimited --privvmpages 2000M:2G --vmguarpages 2000M:2G --oomguarpages 2G --save by vzctl set 101 --physpages 2G --swappages 2G --save After this ...


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Follow steps wget http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/x86_64/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm sudo rpm -ivh epel-release* yum install php-mcrypt* service httpd restart yum install phpmyadmin


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Updating files is often done by writing a new file in the same directory followed by renaming the file on top of the old file. This method is usually applied to everything installed through a package manager, but also to any update performed to executables and libraries even if updated for other reasons. This way of updating files ensure that any process ...


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A changed inode number usually means the file has been replaced. It could as you say be due to an expected update. I'd verify the md5sums of those files match those of the distributed versions. If you have another comparable system around, it might be easiest to compare to that. Take a look at the accepted answer at rkhunter reports change in file ...


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Do what it told you to do. There are unfinished transactions remaining. You might consider running yum-complete-transaction first to finish them. The program yum-complete-transaction is found in the yum-utils package. Once that completes, run yum distro-sync to bring your system back in sync with the repositories. Now, you have duplicate entries in the ...


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You have the correct version installed, but the configure command is looking for the -devel package. Do a yum install sqlite3-devel, which is what gives you the header files and the pkg-config file sqlite3.pc, and you should be okay.


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As of puppet 3.4.0 class pkgoptions { package { 'strace': ensure => 'installed', provider => 'yum', install_options => [ '--noplugins', '--enablerepo=fedora' ], # or install_options => [ '-t', 'squeeze-backports' ], for Debian backports } } Reference: ...


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To install glib on CentOS/RedHat/Fedora: Login as root user via command prompt/shell yum install glib*



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