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    Installation

    Hi all
    I am a begainer of Redhat
    I am unable to install Linux by ftp server
    when i try to install vsftp packege in server ,this file is not present in all 5 CDs of redhat linux


    Please Anybody help me.......

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    use up2date or yum to install vsftpd, not rpm. Yes rpm could work, but there are things that may cause issues that rpm doesn't handle, that is taken care of with up2date or with yum.

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    thanks

    thanks for suggetation
    but i have RHEL 4.0
    How can i install ftp server
    Please help me
    Thanks ..........

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    Post try this

    The rpm file should be present in the cd pack it would be eaiser for us if u check the /var/log/messages ..
    and can help u along wid tht ..
    the best way i can suggest u is try to make a copy of all rpm in a single directory (this will use ur lot of hdd space but can be used as an repository for all rpm.) then after puutin all rpm in single directory use --force and --aid option with rpm command
    ie
    rpm -ivh --force --aid ftp*


    probally this wil work

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrikantpillay View Post
    The rpm file should be present in the cd pack it would be eaiser for us if u check the /var/log/messages ..
    and can help u along wid tht ..
    the best way i can suggest u is try to make a copy of all rpm in a single directory (this will use ur lot of hdd space but can be used as an repository for all rpm.) then after puutin all rpm in single directory use --force and --aid option with rpm command
    ie
    rpm -ivh --force --aid ftp*


    probally this wil work

    Forcing an rpm install is generally a very stupid thing to do. Either your rpm database is corrupted to begin with, or the rpm is poorly created and cannot be relied on (otherwise the dependencies would be properly satisfiable).

    Not having a RHEL system on hand, I would recommed doing a:

    up2date -i vsftpd


    http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/R...t-up2date.html

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