Dependency missing: php-xml

bruce

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Hello everyone,

I am trying to upgrade from version 1.0.XXXX to 1.1.XXX by "yum upgrade elastix" and all I get is :

Error; missing php-xml

How can I install php-xml?

Or what can I do to upgrade my elastix?

Please don't tell me I have to re-install everything from scratch :(

Thanks
 

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hi there

Try

yum -y update
 

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Thanks for the reply. Outcome remains the same. php-xml is missing. I even tried "yum upgrade elastix.noarch" and the same happens. Please check the image that I attached which is the result of "yum -y update":<br><br>Post edited by: bruce, at: 2008/07/16 23:20
 

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<br><br>Post edited by: bruce, at: 2008/07/16 23:22
 

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Hi there

I hate to say it, but I think that you will have to install everything from scratch. Of course if it is a production server, be careful and take your precautions.

When I decided to jump to elastix 1.1-7, I had to reinstall it from scratch because when I did an upgrade, a lot of things changed and it broke others.

Definetely, the approach, work and configuration with elastix has to be different as if you were working only with asterisk only.

Good luck

David Medina
 

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Well, I am sure there is a way to install php-xml on CentOS 5. That is not dependent on Elastix. And I have to admit too that the way Elastix does updates is just crooked. I will look up with google and would appreciate more suggestions...

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Does anyone the consequence of removing the regular php-common and replacing it with "remi" version?

Would that render the elastix box useless?

Thanks
P.S. seems it's related to my problem.
 

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