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"pringler01@gmail.com" 10-12-2012 04:23 AM

yum upgrade problem
 
On Oct 11, 2012 10:21 PM, "Temlakos" <temlakos@gmail.com> wrote:

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> On 10/11/2012 08:51 PM, pringler01@gmail.com wrote:

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>> Hi, i sorry if this was already posted in the list; i was a long day and tomorrow holds no promises.

>> Today i check for updates (using a cli) and it listed various things to updates (i have updates-testing enable), and some of them was from other repos (more specifically the remi repo). I always try to check the change log to know if something can affect my system and one way of doing it is firing up the gui and checking the details option, but today the gui only displays the firefox 16.0.1, this was strange but i didn't have much time and i updated using the cli (using the yum update firefox). I come back later and both the gui and cli say to me that there is noting more to update. First i think is something related to the mirrors and sync, and decided to do a yum clean all. That was a few hours back and still no new updates, what is wrong?


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>> Thanks.

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>> Se el cambio que quieres ver en el mundo. Ghandi

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> Well, for what it's worth, I used the KDE Apper to grab today's updates. Firefox and Thunderbird each had "security" updates. Now for some reason, the Apper didn't want to resolve itself afterward. I had to shut down, cool off for ten minutes, and then restart for Apper to work again. Anyone else notice the same thing?


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> But I did manage to get updates of both Firefox and Thunderbird. I know because each one checked my add-ons to make sure they were compatible.

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> Temlakos

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The funny thing is that when trying yum update to check for the missing updates ( i still have a new kernel to install)* it install updates from other repo, the fedora-abrt without problems.

anyone knows something or have some ideas?

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"pringler01@gmail.com" 10-12-2012 01:28 PM

yum upgrade problem
 
i will report this in bugzilla because yum did do a half install of the kernel (dosent boot properly, deps problems)* and without my consent. to me is easy to detect and fix ( or a least try) but it can be a serious issue if yum goes skynet on a root cli


i hope someone with autority see this and say something

thanks

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