> > It's checking, but can it be set to not install the broken rpmsdeps?
> AFAIK, that's what it does. At least in my case.
In my case I can't tell what the heck it does. There was some inconsistent
repo the other day that was missing a dependency, so yum would get all
the way to the end, then do nothing at all because one package had a
I then tried another update with --skip-broken, assuming it was for just
these situations, and it did lots more working, checking all kinds of junk,
then got to the end and refused to install anything because of a missing
dependency in one package.
I no longer have any idea what the heck --skip-broken is supposed to be
good for, but it clearly doesn't do the one thing I wanted it to do (install
the other packages that didn't have any dependency problems and ignore the
ones that did).
I had to run the update yet again, manually adding exclusions to finally get
it to update.
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