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*nix Thread, V.10 yum --> Missing Dependency: libssl.so.6 in Technical; Not had anyluck yet in tracking down an RPM with libssl.so.6 Though I have openssl installed with no libssl.so.6 try ...
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    Not had anyluck yet in tracking down an RPM with libssl.so.6
    Though I have openssl installed with no libssl.so.6

    try
    # yum clean all

    then try and install openssl again

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    This could be symptomatic of another problem as F10 doesn't provide libssl.so.6 but uses libssl.so.7

    This can happen after a failed upgrade, or pointing at the wrong repositories.

    Check up on those as well.

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    I tried yum clean all but no luck so I know this sounds dumb but how do i change the link again?

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    rm /path/to/link-file
    ln -s sourcefile linkname

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    kk ty for all the help but im going back to FC8 cos i could use it
    I HATE CHANGE

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    Did you do a clean install of FC10 or upgrade?
    may be worth trying the install again..

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