Yum Update - Wanpipe Conflict

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  1. Bob

    Bob

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    Updating an Elastix 1.0-17 to latest (as of last night), getting a Transaction Check Error with the following:

    Transaction Check Error:
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/if_wanpipe_common.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/sdla_aft_te3.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/sdla_front_end.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/sdla_te1.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/sdla_te3.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/sdladrv.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/sdlapci.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/wanpipe_defines.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/wanpipe_kernel.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/wanpipe_lip.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    file /usr/include/wanpipe/wanpipe_version.h from install of wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0 conflicts with file from package wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0


    Anyone else getting the same???

    Regards

    Bob
     
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  3. danardf

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    Hi Bob.
    Yes i have the same problem.
    I make the update from 1.2.1 to 1.3.2.
    It's exactly the same problem!
     
  4. danardf

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    No i don't use Sangoma hardware.
     
  5. saleh

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    Please first try you to remove wanpipe modules and utilities from your system, then install it again.
     
  6. danardf

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    Ok, i go but:
    • rpm -e wanpipe*
      error: package wanpipe-modules-3.2.7.1-0.i686.rpm is not installed
      error: package wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0.i686.rpm is not installed

    It's funny. :blink:
     
  7. danardf

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    Now it's very funny. And i don't know why:

    Dependencies Resolved

    =============================================================================
    Package Arch Version Repository Size
    =============================================================================
    Updating:
    wanpipe-util i686 3.2.7.1-0 wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0.i686.rpm 32 M

    Transaction Summary
    =============================================================================
    Install 0 Package(s)
    Update 1 Package(s)
    Remove 0 Package(s)

    Total download size: 32 M
    Is this ok [y/N]: y
    Downloading Packages:

    Package wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0.i686.rpm is not signed


    and yum list say:

    wanpipe-modules.i686 3.2.7.1-0 elastix
    wanpipe-util.i686 3.2.7.1-0 elastix
     
  8. saleh

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    Please try to remove it with "rpm -e --nodeps"

    # rpm -qa |grep wanpipe
    wanpipe-util-3.2.7.1-0
    wanpipe-modules-3.2.7.1-0

    Note: "yum remove wanpipe-util" not good, it was an Example to see the packages Dependencies, the right way is "rpm -e --nodeps wanpipe-util"

    .........

    # yum remove wanpipe-modules
    .....
    Resolving Dependencies
    --> Running transaction check
    ---> Package wanpipe-modules.i686 0:3.2.7.1-0 set to be erased
    --> Finished Dependency Resolution

    Dependencies Resolved

    =============================================================================
    Package Arch Version Repository Size
    =============================================================================
    Removing:
    wanpipe-modules i686 3.2.7.1-0 installed 11 M

    Transaction Summary
    =============================================================================
    Install 0 Package(s)
    Update 0 Package(s)
    Remove 1 Package(s)

    Is this ok [y/N]:

    # yum remove wanpipe-util
    ...
    Dependencies Resolved

    =============================================================================
    Package Arch Version Repository Size
    =============================================================================
    Removing:
    wanpipe-util i686 3.2.7.1-0 installed 32 M
    Removing for dependencies:
    elastix noarch 1.3-2 installed 9.0 M
    elastix-a2billing noarch 1.3.0-1 installed 16 M
    elastix-additionals noarch 1.1-2 installed 3.9 M
    elastix-mysqldbdata noarch 1.0-3 installed 1.2 M
    elastix-vtigercrm noarch 5.0.3-5 installed 24 M
    freePBX noarch 2.4.0-13 installed 14 M

    Transaction Summary
    =============================================================================
    Install 0 Package(s)
    Update 0 Package(s)
    Remove 7 Package(s)

    Is this ok [y/N]:


    Note: "yum remove wanpipe-util" not good, it was an Example to see the packages Dependencies, the right way is "rpm -e --nodeps wanpipe-util"
     
  9. Bob

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    I haven't used Sangoma on this particular machine. Was installed from 1.0 Stable and yum upgraded. Stock standard config files, nothing customised and using a TE122 (Hardware detected).

    Out of interest, I checked what wanpipe is present. Appears to be different from the others.

    rpm -qa |grep wanpipe
    wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    wanpipe-util-3.2.4-0

    tried doing a YUM remove - no good.

    Any thoughts??

    Regards

    Bob
     
  10. saleh

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    tried with "rpm -e --nodeps"

    # rpm -e --nodeps wanpipe-util
     
  11. mihpel

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    maybe.....

    rpm -e --justdb --nodeps wanpipe-modules

    yum update

    ......would help. thats definitely maybe !
     
  12. MrDuk

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    Hi Bob,
    I have exactly same problem updating from Elastix 1.1-6 to latest
     
  13. danardf

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    Thanks Saleh!

    Elastix GUI don't work! :angry:
    I have default apache web page.
    repos elastix is not here!

    COOL :angry:

    And now, what can i do? :blink:
    I remake a completed install?
     
  14. danardf

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    Freepbx not here!
    And Freebpx was 2.4.1 and not 2.4.0
    Rahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

    I hope that my last backup is here!!!!

    PFFFFFF
     
  15. danardf

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    If somebody can help me. I'm ready enabled a SSH access into my server!

    HEEEELLLLLLLLP :(
     
  16. saleh

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    I can try to help you.
    Please email me at salehm@p-i-s.com and describe your problem.
     
  17. danardf

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    Ok, all is right :woohoo:

    it was very hot..


    Thanks you very much Saleh for your great help. ;)

    Freepbx now is 2.4.1.2 like before.

    more Thanks
     
  18. rafael

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    good to know everything went ok after all :).

    It would be nice to know what was the problem and what was the solution.

    Saludos,

    Rafael
     
  19. Bob

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    Just posting what worked for me (thank you to all for the suggestions).
    I should note that this worked for me on this particular box. This particular box does not use a SANGOMA card and probably won't in the future.

    Removed the WANPIPE-UTIL. Director error but I believe that is due to the fact that the directory is setup when the card is configured.

    # rpm -e --nodeps wanpipe-util
    Uninstalling WANPIPE...
    error reading information on service wanrouter: No such file or directory

    Looking to see what is left of WANPIPE and to get the full name for removal

    # rpm -qa |grep wanpipe
    wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0

    Removing the WANPIPE-MODULES

    # rpm -e --nodeps wanpipe-modules-2.6.18-8.el5-3.2.4-0
    Uninstalling WANPIPE...

    Run yum -y update again.
    Perfect - transaction test passed - Elastix upgraded

    Hope it helps someone else....

    Regards

    Bob
     
  20. Bob

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    Just in case anyone comes across this thread with the same issue....

    I have now performed this on 4 machines that failed the upgrade and has resolved the issue.

    As mentioned, none of these machines are running the Sangoma cards, so I am not sure of the outcome if you are. If I get a chance on the weekend, I will run this on one of the test systems with a Sangoma in it, and try it....

    I have not had time to look at the long term issue with this, but 80% confident that it will not impact the system, but I have not had time to look at cause or the effect of the commands.

    Regards

    Bob
     

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