Gene Heskett wrote:
I see yumex is busy downloading and installing it for the second time.
Thats a repeat of the 140 megabytes it downloaded and installed about 24
Any Idea why?
SELinux has interfered with the %post and %pre scriptlets contained
within the rpm installation packages before with pup and yum itself in
try running 'setenforce 0' before running the yumex updating program.
The scriptlets should run successfully when SELinux only warns instead
%pre scriptlet failures usually kill the updating program. %post
scriptlet errors usually report the program was installed but never
actually complete the successful installation of the programs.
Filing a report related to yumex and a mention of an SELinux problem
might help get yumex and SELinux working together instead of in separate
directions would be possible after the problem(s) corrected.
I don't know if it's what you want, but it's what you get. :-)
-- Larry Wall in <10502@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>