From Rawhide to Moonshine
curoli at gmail.com
Fri Jun 1 19:23:10 UTC 2007
I installed yum-allowdowngrades, I am using the --allow-downgrade
option and I am specifying the full name of the package. Yet, yum
refuses to replace any fc8 package by its fc7 equivalent. If I say
install, yum says nothing to do. If I say update/upgrade, yum says no
update information. What can I do? Thanks!
I was considering remove/install, but some of the packages are
required by maybe about half of the others (such as zlib).
On the other hand, if I wait, will all those fc8 packages be updated
by fc7 packages?
Oh, I just see I still have xsri for fc6. Is that something to be
On 6/1/07, Niels Weber <nathelbiya at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2007/5/31, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram at redhat.com>:
> > Wietse Muizelaar wrote:
> > > Thnx. Unfortunately, I updated this morning, and there were 117 (or
> > > something like that) packages updated; but already with all kind of
> > > fc8-suffixes. When I installed this rpm, is it possible in some more or
> > > less easy way to revert those updates? Now I have a 'mixed' system,
> > > which I would like to fix to a fedora7-system.
> > >
> > > Thanks in advance for your reply.
> > Do a clean installation. Reverting will be a pain that's not worth the
> > time.
> I don't think it is that hard. Just install the fedora-release, then
> do a "rpm -qa | grep -i fc8" and replace all those packages listed
> with fc7 ones from the repository.
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