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cfastner
30-Aug-2011, 23:26
I'm trying to install the PHP devel files on my SUSE 10 SP 3/OES2
server so
that I can compile and add an extension to PHP.

In YaST2, when I do a search on PHP, I have several packages that are
highlighted in Red (which I am assuming are updated packages, are
they?). PHP is installed but PHP5-DEVEL was not.

PHP5 installed version information: 5.2.14-0.16.2
PHP5-DEVEL package available in YaST2: 5.2.5-9.20

If I attempt to install the PHP5-DEVEL package I receive the
following:

Dependency Conflict:
This would invalidate atom:php5-devel-...
atom:php5-devel-5.2.14-0.16.2.i586 has unfulfilled requirements
Conflict Resolution:
delete atom:php5-devel-5.2.14-0.16.2.i586

PHP devel files do NOT appear to be installed on this server.

How do I get the "php5-devel-5.2.14-0.16.2.i586" package installed?

Thanks for any assistance you can provide!


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malcolmlewis
31-Aug-2011, 00:08
On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 22:26:01 GMT
cfastner <cfastner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
> I'm trying to install the PHP devel files on my SUSE 10 SP 3/OES2
> server so
> that I can compile and add an extension to PHP.
>
> In YaST2, when I do a search on PHP, I have several packages that are
> highlighted in Red (which I am assuming are updated packages, are
> they?). PHP is installed but PHP5-DEVEL was not.
>
> PHP5 installed version information: 5.2.14-0.16.2
> PHP5-DEVEL package available in YaST2: 5.2.5-9.20
>
> If I attempt to install the PHP5-DEVEL package I receive the
> following:
>
> Dependency Conflict:
> This would invalidate atom:php5-devel-...
> atom:php5-devel-5.2.14-0.16.2.i586 has unfulfilled
> requirements Conflict Resolution:
> delete atom:php5-devel-5.2.14-0.16.2.i586
>
> PHP devel files do NOT appear to be installed on this server.
>
> How do I get the "php5-devel-5.2.14-0.16.2.i586" package installed?
>
> Thanks for any assistance you can provide!
>
>
Hi
Red means they have been manually installed or the repository they came
from doesn't exist anymore....

Can you check in YaST to see who the 'vendor' is. Are you using the SLE
SDK for the php files?

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cfastner
31-Aug-2011, 19:56
Thanks for the reply!

This server is a SUSE 10.3 server with OES2 added. I have done nothing
more with this than install the software and keep up with the updates.
I have not added any additional repositories.

I am not sure where I find "vendor" in YaST.

The installation sources are:
Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2 CD
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 CD
and 2 Novell update repositories.

Is there some way to determine what this source of this updated PHP
was?

Thanks for your assistance!

Charlie
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malcolmlewis
01-Sep-2011, 14:29
On Wed, 31 Aug 2011 18:56:02 GMT
cfastner <cfastner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
> Thanks for the reply!
>
> This server is a SUSE 10.3 server with OES2 added. I have done
> nothing more with this than install the software and keep up with the
> updates. I have not added any additional repositories.
>
> I am not sure where I find "vendor" in YaST.
>
> The installation sources are:
> Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP2 CD
> SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP3 CD
> and 2 Novell update repositories.
>
> Is there some way to determine what this source of this updated PHP
> was?
>
> Thanks for your assistance!
>
> Charlie
> ~~~
>
>
Hi
This is a screen shot from SLES 11 SP1 (qt interface), it should be
somewhat similar in SLES 10 SP3 to see the vendor and where it came
from;

http://paste.opensuse.org/62732429
http://paste.opensuse.org/40495279


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cfastner
02-Sep-2011, 17:26
Malcolm:

Its REALLY similar, the vendor is: SUSE LINUX Products GmbH,
Nuernberg, Germany (The same as in your screen shot).

I am sure that the original install was PHP5 version 5.2.5-9.20 but a
subsequent update from the repository updated to: 5.2.14-0.16.2

I don't understand why SUSE (Novell) provides an updated PHP5 rpm
(5.2.14-0.16.2) but only provides an older version of PHP5-DEVEL
(5.2.5-9.20).

I have searched on the internet sites for ".rpm" files trying to find
this PHP-DEVEL version. I can get close but can not find the SAME
version. Might there be a different repository for "SUSE LINUX Products
GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany" then provided by Novell themselves?

Thanks for the assistance but I sure would like to get this resolved!


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malcolmlewis
02-Sep-2011, 17:52
On Fri, 02 Sep 2011 16:26:02 GMT
cfastner <cfastner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
> Malcolm:
>
> Its REALLY similar, the vendor is: SUSE LINUX Products GmbH,
> Nuernberg, Germany (The same as in your screen shot).
>
> I am sure that the original install was PHP5 version 5.2.5-9.20 but a
> subsequent update from the repository updated to: 5.2.14-0.16.2
>
> I don't understand why SUSE (Novell) provides an updated PHP5 rpm
> (5.2.14-0.16.2) but only provides an older version of PHP5-DEVEL
> (5.2.5-9.20).
>
> I have searched on the internet sites for ".rpm" files trying to find
> this PHP-DEVEL version. I can get close but can not find the SAME
> version. Might there be a different repository for "SUSE LINUX
> Products GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany" then provided by Novell themselves?
>
> Thanks for the assistance but I sure would like to get this resolved!
>
>
Hi
Have you added the SLE SDK (or add the online repository)? Normally
that's where the development files hang out for some things.

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cfastner
08-Sep-2011, 16:56
Malcolm:

I have NOT added the SLE SDK nor the repository, could you assist me
with instructions on how to do this?

Thanks again!

Charlie
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malcolmlewis;2134215 Wrote:
> On Fri, 02 Sep 2011 16:26:02 GMT
> cfastner <cfastner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:
>
> >
> > Malcolm:
> >
> > Its REALLY similar, the vendor is: SUSE LINUX Products GmbH,
> > Nuernberg, Germany (The same as in your screen shot).
> >
> > I am sure that the original install was PHP5 version 5.2.5-9.20 but
> a
> > subsequent update from the repository updated to: 5.2.14-0.16.2
> >
> > I don't understand why SUSE (Novell) provides an updated PHP5 rpm
> > (5.2.14-0.16.2) but only provides an older version of PHP5-DEVEL
> > (5.2.5-9.20).
> >
> > I have searched on the internet sites for ".rpm" files trying to
> find
> > this PHP-DEVEL version. I can get close but can not find the SAME
> > version. Might there be a different repository for "SUSE LINUX
> > Products GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany" then provided by Novell
> themselves?
> >
> > Thanks for the assistance but I sure would like to get this
> resolved!
> >
> >
> Hi
> Have you added the SLE SDK (or add the online repository)? Normally
> that's where the development files hang out for some things.
>
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malcolmlewis
08-Sep-2011, 17:15
On Thu, 08 Sep 2011 15:56:03 GMT
cfastner <cfastner@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

>
> Malcolm:
>
> I have NOT added the SLE SDK nor the repository, could you assist me
> with instructions on how to do this?
>
> Thanks again!
>
> Charlie
> ~~~
Hi
If you download the DVD1 iso image only for your arch here;
http://download.novell.com/Download?buildid=zpFecfuDXqI~

DVD2 is just the src rpms and not needed (unless your wanting the
source rpms of course).

Then save the iso image to the server and then use YaST Add on products
by selecting the 'add' and point to the iso image, it should then add
the necessary repositories for updates as well.

The other option is to check on your Novell Customer Center select 'My
Products' -> 'Mirror Credentials' and add manually (again via YaST) for
the SLE10-SDK-SP3 repositories and add the Username and Password at the
top of the list.

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