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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

Python 26

  • #47396
    Rohit Pujari
    Moderator

    Hello Folks: I’m trying to set up HDP2 on ec2. When I try to install ambari, I get yum conflicts for python26. So I removed the existing python on ec2 RHEL. This broke my Yum utility. So I can’t do “yum install ambari-server” anymore.

    Any suggestions how I can work around this issue?

    Thanks,
    Rohit

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  • #47410
    Jeff Sposetti
    Moderator

    Can you provide more info on the yum conflicts? And what RHEL version, and is this a public AMI or one you created?

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