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lordmorgul at gmail.com
Mon Mar 10 03:39:59 UTC 2008
Matt Domsch wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 09, 2008 at 10:38:04PM -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
>> On Sun, 2008-03-09 at 17:45 -0600, Colorado Rob wrote:
>>> That seems a bit presumptuous:
>>> rpm -q totem-nautilus-xine
>>> package totem-nautilus-xine is not installed
>>> rpm -qa | grep totem
>>> These are all rawhide packages.
>>> rpm -q --whatrequires totem
>>> rpm -q --whatrequires totem-nautilus-2.21.93-2.fc9.x86_64
>>> no package requires totem-nautilus-2.21.93-2.fc9.x86_64
>>> I'm certainly happy to entertain suggestions and delve deeper into this.
>>> But let's not jump to any conclusions before all the facts are in.
>> Eh, I was close. It's totem-nautilus for you. You have it installed.
>> It requires the version of totem you have installed. However there is a
>> new totem available as an update, and that new totem doesn't have a
>> totem-nautilus subpackage. So yum tries to upgrade totem, and in the
>> process finds a broken dep on the installed totem-nautilus. Since
>> totem-nautilus doesn't exist in rawhide anymore, the rawhide report
>> doesn't find a dep problem.
> So totem needs an "Obsoletes: totem-nautilus <= lastversion-of-totem-nautilus"
Looks like the totem build last done in koji failed, so I wouldn't jump to
conclusions without looking at its changelog (I didn't) unless you're sure it
was supposed to remove totem-nautilus permanently.
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