perl(Archive::Zip) is needed by mailscanner-4.44.6-1
Carl.Boberg at NRM.SE
Wed Aug 3 09:55:10 IST 2005
I think there are 2 different problemse here.
First, its people like me who never have had any dep. problems but now
with the 2 latest stable versions Ive run in to a dep. problem with
Archive::Zip (wich I know I have) wich I solved bu using the nodeps arg
Secondly, there seems to be a few people who has had dep. problems with
alot of different perl modules for a lot longer...
Is this 2 separate problems or one and the same?
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> Subject: Re: perl(Archive::Zip) is needed by mailscanner-4.44.6-1
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> Alex Neuman van der Hans wrote:
> > I've almost always had problems installing MailScanner from the rpm
> > install because it seems to depend on RPM versions of CPAN
> modules. I
> > always make it a point to untar the rpm.tar.gz file, install each
> > module I see listed as "perl-blahblah.src.rpm" from CPAN (just in
> > case) and then run the install. After the install chokes
> (which is 9
> > times out of 10) because of some "I need perl-blahblah-rpm"
> I then try
> > to install the supposedly missing modules (I know they're there, I
> > just installed them from CPAN!) using
> > if that doesn't work, I go out and look for it on rpm
> search sites or
> > that rpmpan place. If I *don't* find it for any reason, I just "rpm
> > -Uvh mailscanner-whatever.rpm --nodeps" since I *know* the
> modules are
> > present - especially when MailScanner -V reports them as
> existing and
> > equal or newer than the ones that came with the rpms when I run it
> > right after the install. It's kind of "the nuisance I've learned to
> > live with" since I've never been stopped from getting mailscanner
> > working because of it.
> This strikes me as very odd, as 99% of people have no
> dependency problems at all. I added the "nodeps" command-line
> option, but I have never had a need for it myself.
> Any ideas on what might be causing your problems? It would be
> good to get this resolved, as the installation clearly
> doesn't work properly for you at all.
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