Using apt4rpm. Redhat 8 has been very unkind to me. So much to the point that I'm looking at jumping back to Gentoo. We shall see. Anyway here's what happened. I was trying to fix my browser problems by trying a buch of stuff and reinstalling mozilla. I apt-get mozilla, and half way through the install it just hung. rpm has been doing that lately, you see. Be it via synaptic, apt-get, red-carpet, or just typing rpm, sometimes it will just stop whatever it's doing and sit idle 'till the end of time. Well that happened so I had to kill apt and rpm. Now when I try to apt-get anything, I get this:
Reading Package Lists... Error!
E: There are two or more versions of the package 'mozilla-nspr' installed in your system, which is a situation APT can't handle cleanly at the moment.
I don't want duplicate packages around on my system. Anyone know how to get rid of one of these? apt-get remove won't work.