FYI: rawhide now requires systemd to boot by default

Piscium groknok at
Sun Sep 19 15:53:12 UTC 2010

2010/9/19 Michał Piotrowski <mkkp4x4 at>:

> Here is a workaround
> sudo rpm -e --nodeps upstart-sysvinit
> sudo yum install systemd-sysvinit
> sudo yum upgrade --skip-broken

I installed rawhide yesterday. I solved this issue with a different
method: "yum shell". Basically you enter the commands you need to
install and remove packages, and finish with "run" and "exit". It
worked well for me. It is also possible to put the commands in a file.

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