weird kernel issue...

JB jb.1234abcd at
Sat May 21 06:20:21 UTC 2011

Rob Healey <robhealey1 <at>> writes:

> ...

# yum remove "kernel*2.6.39-0.fc16" 

Now try this with max of verbosity, debugging and errors:
$ man yum
       -v, --verbose
              Run with a lot of debugging output.

       -d, --debuglevel=[number]
              Sets  the  debugging  level  to  [number] - turns up or down the
              amount of things that are printed. Practical range: 0 - 10
              Configuration Option: debuglevel

       -e, --errorlevel=[number]
              Sets the error level to [number] Practical range 0 - 10. 0 means
              print only critical errors about which you must be told. 1 means
              print all errors, even ones that are not  overly  important.  1+
              means print more errors (if any) -e 0 is good for cron jobs.
              Configuration Option: errorlevel

# yum -v -d=10 -e=10 install "kernel*2.6.39-0.fc16" 

See what you get in output and can understand.


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