From: Chuck Seiders (ChuckS@Tux.Org)
Date: Tue Apr 09 2002 - 11:32:17 EDT
I too am running Red Hat 7.2 and rpm -qa |grep abi*
reply's with ONLY abiword-0.7.14-7 so I did :
[root@matrix root]# rpm -e abiword-0.7.14-7
error: cannot open Sigmd5 index using db3 - No such file or
error: cannot open Filemd5s index using db3 - No such file or
What would you try next?
[root@matrix abi]# rpm - Uvh abiword-fonts-0.99.5-1.noarch.rpm
or do I need to address the 2 index error issues first?
Is the order of the RPMs, as shown above, important?
> First find out what abiword stuff is there, I used:
> rpm -qa |grep abi*
> Then use:
> rpm -e abiword-0.9.7.x abiword-clipart-0.9.7x
> (The actual version numbers would be whatever rpm -qa|grep abi*
> I did it like this because when I tried to upgrade abiword from
> to 0.99.x, it was giving me grief about installing an older
> I suspect abiword and rpm (on Red Hat 7.2) don't really play nice
> together all the time and I wanted to make sure I got ALL the old
> off before I tried to install all the new stuff.
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