What is the best way to install OMSA 6.2 on a R710 runningRHEL4.8?

Mahaveer_M at Dell.com Mahaveer_M at Dell.com
Sun Apr 25 23:01:13 CDT 2010

For libcmpiCppImpl0, you need to uninstall top-pegasus rpm. Its
documented in the installer guide:

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Subject: RE: What is the best way to install OMSA 6.2 on a R710

> I found the Dell OMSA Linux Wiki page, which says to:
> wget -q -O - http://linux.dell.com/repo/hardware/latest/bootstrap.cgi
> bash
> which fails with:
> There was a package dependency problem. The message was:
> Unresolvable chain of dependencies:
> smbios-utils-bin-2.2.19-4.1.el4          requires libsmbios =
> 4.1.el4

The repo contains:

Looks like you have smbios-utils-bin-2.2.19-4.1.el4.i386 installed,
probably from the 'bombed' 6.2 DVD install. 'rpm -e
smbios-utils-bin.i386' and retry the bootstrap command, which will
install the x86_64 smbios-utils-bin, and the newer libsmbios.

> Unresolvable chain of dependencies:
> libcmpiCppImpl0  2.0.0Dell-1.1.el4       conflicts with tog-pegasus

I've _just_ become aware of this. No answer right now, other than to
uninstall tog-pegasus if you don't use it.


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