[SOLVED] SystemView v3.12 RPM is malformed / broken : installer does not detect upgrade..

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  • [SOLVED] SystemView v3.12 RPM is malformed / broken : installer does not detect upgrade..

    When trying to install latest Segger tools including SystemView the OS package manager does not see this new SystemView as an upgrade of existing / installed SystemView already.
    This is most likely , because Segger's latest RPM is not correctly formed / not upgrading/updating existing install.

    dnf install JLink_Linux_V680d_x86_64.rpm Ozone_Linux_V320b_x86_64.rpm systemview-3.12.x86_64.rpm

    Installing:
    SystemView x86_64 3.120-1
    @commandline 6.2 M
    Upgrading:
    jlink x86_64 6.804-1 @commandline 37 M

    ozone x86_64 3.20.2-1 @commandline 25 M


    Exists on system before trying to upgrade:

    systemview.x86_64 : SEGGER SystemView
    jlink.x86_64 : SEGGER J-Link tools
    ozone.x86_64 : SEGGER Ozone - the J-Link Debugger
    libjaylink.i686 : Library for SEGGER J-Link and compatible devices
    libjaylink.x86_64 : Library for SEGGER J-Link and compatible devices

    sudo dnf info systemview
    Last metadata expiration check: 0:44:50 ago on Tue 30 Jun 2020 03:17:32 PM AEST.
    Installed Packages
    Name : systemview
    Version : 2.52.4
    Release : 1
    Architecture : x86_64
    Size : 3.4 M
    Source : systemview-2.52.4-1.src.rpm
    Repository : @System
    From repo : @commandline
    Summary : SEGGER SystemView
    URL : segger.com
    License : Proprietary
    Description : This package provides software tools
    : for SEGGER SystemView.
  • Hi,

    Thank you for your inquiry.
    The behaviour is intended as SystemView V2 was essentially a complete different software than V3.
    So it is possible that the V2 package will not be detected as a predecessor of V3.

    But from V3 on the packages should be consistent and upgradable with the rpm packages of newer V3 versions.

    Best regards,
    Nino
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