Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2012 18:37:52 -0400
From: Lamar Owen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Friday, July 20, 2012 05:30:14 PM email@example.com wrote:
> Stephen Harris wrote:
> > On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 04:44:07PM -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >> Available Packages
> >> kmod-nvidia.x86_64 295.59-1.el6.elrepo
> > Yes, and it showed up in your list...
> > Or am I missing something?
> Think so. That was from my machine, where it's installed months ago. On
> the user's machine, all that shows, regardless of whether I disable all
> other repos and enable only elrepo, or if I use all and enable elrepo, all
> I see under available packages is nvidia-x11-drv. Sorry if I pasted in
> stuff to confuse.
Whoa, Mark. Man, you must be tired. The fact that your machine with
the 290 driver only sees the kmod-nvidia for 295 and does not see
nvidia-x11-drv is a big clue.
You might want to double check the includepkgs= line on the machine you
originally posted about (not this latest machine), and make sure that it
I can duplicate this behavior very easily, and can duplicate the reverse
behavior as well, by manipulating the includepkgs= line. Here's an
example run, from a RHEL 6.3 machine (same would apply to CentOS, just
with a few differences in the yum output dealing with the RHN repos....):
The includpkgs= line has to include all dependencies, as it really does
do what the man page says it does. Try it without the includepkgs=
line, or with it commented out, and see if you get different results.
Thank you *so* much - this works. One oddity: originally, I'd had only
includepkgs=kmod-nvidia, *not* the nvidia-x11-drv. My last try, last week,
I'd added extra lines with that on two separate lines:
Just now, following your example, I put them on one line
and it worked with no problem at all.
And for the guy from the elrepo team, you'll note it was *not* an elrepo
problem, which is what I'd suspected, unless the repodata file's changed
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