Michael Schwendt wrote:
I have cleaned my dam yum 3 times today! I have not done so just
before trying freshrpms however so will try that next. The vlc at
freshrpms is much older than the one at livna. One more try today.
On 14/01/2008, Karl Larsen <[email protected]> wrote:
I tried using the livna repo without freshrpms being present and
still get a problem from livna! And it is still the problem of livna
wanting to update files not on my computer. Wierd!
No, no, no. Read the other thread more carefully. You get many things
wrong and make up your own false theories. It's tiresome. freshrpms
and livna do conflict. I've told you in the other thread how they
conflict. And during a yum update, any new packages which are pulled
in are called "updates", too. That's has nothing to do with livna.
[Errno -1] Package does not match intended download
It says it doesn't have the right vlc number or whatever.
No, it means the download ended with a checksum that doesn't match the
metadata. You may need to clean your yum cache.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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