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Dependencies And Conflicts Of Linux Packages


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Is there anywhere a (complete) list of dependencies for the different linux packages?

 

As for now, I know that lsb-esets conflicts esets (see https://forum.eset.com/topic/560-lsb-esets-vs-esets-on-rpm-system/)

 

Furthermore any 64 bit package (lsb-esets, esets) depends on libc6-i386 and on awk.

 

THX a lot

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Hello Megachip,

 

I have asked our developers for this information. I will let you know when I hear back from them.

 

Thanks,

ChadH

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Hello Megachip,

 

Our developers responded with the following information:

 

Regarding "esets" and "lsb-esets":

  • "esets" corresponds to ESET Mail/File/Gateway Security (server) product
  • "lsb-esets" corresponds to ESET NOD32 Antivirus (desktop) product

It is not true that lsb-esets conflicts with esets, it's just a customer's suggestion on that linked page. But the desktop product already checks the presence of server product and refuses to install, if found. However, the desktop product will not detect the server product if it is installed as rpm package created for remote installation. Parallel functionality of desktop and server product on the same machine is not possible.

 

To answer your question, package dependencies are as follows:

  • Server product: ed, openssl, awk
  • Desktop product: awk

Moreover, all 64bit products also need 32bit libc environment installed.

 

Please let us know if you need further assistance.

 

Thank you,

ChadH

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