Jonathan Ryshpan wrote:
On Sat, 2008-07-19 at 15:14 -0500, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
Will this also fix a similar update problem on x86_64 systems? An
extract from a yum log follows. The update process is bringing in
(why?) even though a more recent version
exists on at least some repositories. A complete log of the update
I am still seeing that problem as of this morning. It looks like the
updated rpm is in the repo, but the metadata for x86_64 doesn't refer
Most likely so.
I've seen a lot of version/dependency problems in the Fedora repos, at
least those for the x86_64 architecture. See my recent postings to this
I was able to update early this afternoon. In the process, the new
nspluginwrapper.i386 seems to have 4 new .i386 dependencies: libcurl,
libidn, nss, and sqlite. Other than that, I was able to update to the
new firefox 3.0.1.
Then again, I waited until they fixed things before updating: firefox,
epiphany, xulrunner, and yelp. With the working update came updates for
cpio, system-config-language, and totem.
Thanks - jon
Kevin J. Cummings
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