Yum, autoupdate (was: Re: Graphical boot isn't so graphical)
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Mon Jul 28 11:42:33 UTC 2003
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On Sat, 26 Jul 2003 23:40:13 +0200, Jos Vos wrote:
> OK, my first experiences using the yum rpm for RHL9 on RHL9:
yum rpm for RHL9 on RHL9?
Or did you mean "yum rpm for RHL9 on RHL9.0.93"?
> - yum-arch -z does not seem to compress the headers
Run "yum-arch" to find this somewhat hidden info:
-z = gzip compress the headers [default, will be deprecated as an option]
Yes, it's not in the man page.
> - yum install sometimes segfaults when installing a package
Weird. I've been using Yum on Shrike without any such problems at
all. Is it reproducible for you? Based on "sometimes it segfaults",
it doesn't sound like it is. Bad RAM-chips maybe?
> - How can I do special actions, like installing a kernel i.s.o.
> upgrading it?
Hmm, it installs a new kernel instead of upgrading the old one.
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