On 6/23/19 10:33 AM, Max Andersen via users wrote:
Thank you for your answer. That might be exactly what I'm looking
for. You describe the catch 22 nicely. I believe that if I install a package from testing
I need it to be updated, of course. I won't get that unless I also put it in the name
of the package in the repository.
Not sure what you're saying here. Which repository? If you install a
package, it will get updated if it's available in a repository.
Packages from updates-testing end up in the regular updates repository
Shouldn't the default be, that if I install a package from any
repository, it should automatically be updated from that repository, regardless of which
That's not how dnf (and yum before it) works. A package will be updated
from whichever repository has the latest version. Or a specific version
if you are specifying which one to install.
Thank you very much for your help. Whare are thos docs, by the way? I
haven't been able to find them