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Old 12-30-2009, 06:05 AM
"William F. Acker WB2FLW +1 303 722 7209"
 
Default How to handel spinning when i686 versions of packages don't make it into the updates repo?

Hi all,

I've always noticed that when a package is updated, sometimes the
i686 version isn't put into the x86_64 repo for updates. As a workaround,
I add the packages to the exclude list in the fedora repo so I don't get
x86_64 versions that are newer than the left behind i686 versions. This
means that my disks will have less i686 stuff than was released originally
by The Fedora Project. I could just carry the updated packages in a local
repo, thereby preserving the original package list. Does anyone know
which is the best approach?


TIA.


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