> This is definitely a misconfiguration. Probably because you customized
> your repository configuration and the fedora-release update wrote its
> configuration file into a new location rather than overwriting an
> existing one. Look for .rpmnew files in /etc/yum.repos.d and use that
> to replace your existing ones or disable the testing repos and enable
> the base ones manually.
Well, the only customization I ever did was add the Adobe and Livna repositories. I checked for the .rpmnew files, but there aren't any in that directory. In looking at the fedora.repo and fedora-updates.repo files they still show Fedora 8. In looking at the source RPM for this, the fedora.repo and fedora-updates.repo files are always the same, and when the RPM is built it substitutes the correct version information, or maybe it does this with a pre-install script, but apparently it picked up the old version instead of the new version information. Even manually forcing a new install of the package didn't fix the file. I have now hand edited the file and that seems to have fixed the issue, but I'm still not sure how it got this way.
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