I ran into the same problem when installing Erlang from erlang-solutions.


The problem is with the dependency "erlang-nox" which is declared in the
RabbitMQ package. This package is a meta-package which tries to install
erlang packages from the Ubuntu repository, conflicting with the ones
from erlang-solutions.


I also found the hack that you are linking to, but I think it can be
done more elegantly.


I wrote this simple bash script; fetches rabbitmq-server package using
apt-get, drops the erlang-nox dependency and installs it.


One thing that may bother you is that apt-get will always flag
rabbitmq-server as "upgradeable", since the installed package differs
from the one in the repo.


However, if you do something like `apt-get update && apt-get upgrade &&
apt-get dist-upgrade` it will __not__ automatically re-install the package.


Also note that the script does not actually remove the "erlang-nox"
dependency, rather it simply replaces the whole line with "adduser,
logrotate", hence if the RabbitMQ team declares a new dependency, this
script would need to be updated.


------------------------


cat > /tmp/rabbitmq-install.sh << "EOF"
#!/bin/bash


TMPDIR1=`mktemp -d` || exit 99
TMPDIR2=`mktemp -d` || exit 99
trap 'rm -rf "$TMPDIR1" "$TMPDIR2"' 0 1 2 3 13 15


cd $TMPDIR1


/usr/bin/apt-get download rabbitmq-server || exit 1


PACKAGE=`ls -1`


/usr/bin/dpkg-deb --extract $PACKAGE $TMPDIR2
/usr/bin/dpkg-deb --control $PACKAGE ${TMPDIR2}/DEBIAN
sed --in-place 's/^Depends:.*$/Depends: adduser, logrotate/'
${TMPDIR2}/DEBIAN/control
/usr/bin/dpkg --build $TMPDIR2 ${PACKAGE}.modified
/usr/bin/dpkg --install ${PACKAGE}.modified
EOF


/bin/bash /tmp/rabbitmq-install.sh


rm /tmp/rabbitmq-install.sh



On 03/25/2013 05:55 AM, carlhoerberg wrote:
What's the recommended way of using a recent erlang version and rabbitmq in
ubuntu?
erlang-solutions and your ubuntu package doesn't seem to play well together,
found this "hack" though, https://gist.github.com/RJ/2284940

We had to "kill" them, as rabbitmqctl stop didn't respond at all..



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