/etc/yum/protected.d/ content thwarts yum update/upgrade

Felix Miata mrmazda at earthlink.net
Mon Apr 2 00:35:57 UTC 2012

On 2012/04/01 19:04 (GMT-0500) Ian Pilcher composed:

> Felix Miata wrote:

>>  grub-0.97-75.fc16.i686 (and whatever may depend on it). I know how to
>>  maintain menu.lst/grub.conf myself, so don't need automatic bootloader
>>  maintenance at kernel upgrade time. I don't need EFI capability either.

> Note that there's no need to have the grub RPM installed to use GRUB
> legacy as your boot loader.  It's only required if you need to
> re-install GRUB on your system for some reason, which you'll probably
> need to do from a live-CD anyway.

I would expect removal of the RPM to remove the gfxmenu, which is a primary 
reason I care to ensure Grub Legacy is not removed. I don't find any 
*grub*theme* or *gfx*theme* rpm anywhere.
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