[packman] Azureus-

Toni toni at links2linux.de
Thu Jan 25 21:06:11 CET 2007

Am Donnerstag, 25. Januar 2007 20:44 schrieb Vahis:
> Toni wrote:
> > so try to do a "full upgrade" of the java packages, and not only the
> > patch-rpms. perhaps this solve your problem.
> I have run "Update if newer version is available" every now and then, so
> my versions of packages are normally more or less the newest available
> on Suse, Guru and Packman servers.
> As they are now, there doesn't seem to be newer java or
> Azureus-libswt3-gtk2 versions for 10.0 i586.
> > do you have a 32bit or 64bit SuSE ?
> 32 bit.
> > which Azureus-libswt3-gtk2 is installed ?
> > rpm -q Azureus-libswt3-gtk2
> Azureus-libswt3-gtk2-3.3M4_I20061214_1445-0.pm.3
> > if the version is NOT
> > Azureus-libswt3-gtk2-3.3M4_I20061214_1445-0.pm.4
> >
> > updat to this one
> > http://packman.links2linux.de/package/Azureus-libswt3-gtk2/20235
> Isn't that for 64 bit?
cut and copy :)
I thought I've already released a 0.pm.3, but the newest version for 32 and 64 
is 0.pm.3. So forget the last posting, its hard to follow two threads (one 
10.2 64bit and one 10.0 32 bit)

ok, back to the topic:
you said, that all Azureus and Azureus-libswt3-gtk2 versions where functional 
with the java version java-1_5_0-sun-1.5.0_03-2, and after the upgrade from 
java-1_5_0-sun-xxx the problem starts.

so try to figure out the difference beetween those two java-packages
rpm -ql <package>   > p1.txt
rpm -qlp <uninstalled-package> > p2.txt
and compare the results.
(if you are using smart, you can look in the cache for both packages)

perhaps this difference brings some light in the problem....

and, did you update full packages or only the patch-rpms ?
try a "full" update


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