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Old 19th October 2011, 11:47 AM
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package conflict

Running F-14. Been using livecd-creator for some time.

Now trying to build an iso image that includes a new voip client that has about ten dependencies that I had to also build into rpms and put into their own repository.

One of these dependencies is an altered version of an existing rpm that is also in the F-14 release repo.

The problem is that livecd-creator fails with package conflicts between the standard package and the altered package that has a slightly different name. I have tried the following with no effect:


in the config file without success.

Is there a way to block the original package from being used and installed by livecd-creator?


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