I think it would help if you could attach the output of the yum update.
So that one could see which package pulled in those deps and if there is
something wrong with it.
On 04/29/2012 10:14 AM, Guido Grazioli wrote:
Hello, today after running, as usual, yum update --skip-broken on
i got several java packages installed as dependencies, I mean about
40 megs of rpms, some ant-, a lot of jetty-, mongo-, lucene-contrib,
some felix-, down to some eclipse-).
I can post the full list if needed.
The only java packages I had installed in rawhide before the update were:
jetty, jboss-, maven- and their dependencies (and openjdk).
Is all that an intended behaviour?