Cosmin wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a OES-Linux box and decided to upgrade iManager from 2.5 to 2.6
> iManager is working well as expected, but I decided to install iPrint
> services on the same server later on. I added the packages with YaST.
> When I try to configure a DriverStore in iManager I get the error
> described in the following TID
> The solution to the problem is to configure iPrint within YaST, but then
> I get another error when I try to do this:
> "Product iPrint can not be installed and/or configured until the
> following products are installed: ["Novell iManager"] Do you want to
> install them too?"
> I allready have iManager 2.6 and it seems as YaST isn't aware of this.
> I'm afraid that if I choose YES I'll break iManager.
> I have exactly the same problem on another OES-Linux server with the
> NetStorage package. It seems as iManager 2.6 does something to the rpm
> dependencies.
> Any suggestions?

Hmm. From looking at the RPM dependencies, it looks like there shouldn't
be a problem. I'm guessing that it's a yast thing.

You could try to install the RPMs manually. Try first from yast, and if
that doesn't work, find the RPMs on the CDs (perhaps on CD3?) in the
suse/i586 or suse/noarch directory, then from a shell, go to that
directory and run the command "rpm -Uvh file-version.rpm" where
file-version.rpm is the entire filename of the particular rpm that
you're trying to install.

First, make sure that packages iPrint depends upon are installed. You
should probably be able to install them from yast without any trouble if
you don't have them installed already. You'll need all of these:

Once you have those in place, try installing the iprint packages:

You'll probably have to manually edit the file
/etc/opt/novell/iprint/httpd/conf/iprint_ssl.conf to make the
AuthLDAPURL directive match your environment, since yast won't do it for
you. If it says "o=novell", you can change that to your base container.
Same with /etc/opt/novell/iprint/httpd/conf/iprint_g.conf where you'll
want to uncomment the ServerName directive and put your IP address, like
Hope that helps.