scottclansman at cwazy.co.uk
Mon Dec 13 17:16:08 UTC 2004
Jonathan Berry wrote:
>On Sun, 12 Dec 2004 21:36:44 -0600, Eric Scott
><scottclansman at cwazy.co.uk> wrote:
>>Newbie to Fedora & YUM here; FC2.
>>I have Mono version 1.0.4 installed via YUM. I changed the source in
>>yum.conf to point to the archive that contains the latest version of
>>Mono (1.1.3), instead of the previous archive that had 1.0.4. I do "yum
>>update mono-core" and it says mono-core is the latest version. It did
>>it's little header update thing like it's supposed to... now... um...
>>what am I doing wrong? How do I update software with Yum?
>You'll probably need to send more details to get a good answer. You
>might start by doing a "yum info mono-core" to see if it really did
>download an updated header. It should give you information about the
>installed package and any available packages. You probably should
>send you yum.conf file, or at least say what repository you are trying
>to use. The "yum update <pkg_name>" is the right command to update a
>package, something else is going on. Also, you might try browsing to
>the repo you are trying to use and try to locate the package manually
>to see if it is actually there.
Well, "yum info mono-core" returned that the latest version is 1.1.3 and
the installed version is 1.0.4, but "yum update mono-core" returned that
"mono-core" is already the latest version. The yum repository is
http://go-mono.com/archive/1.1.3. I suppose I could always just
uninstall and reinstall Mono alltogether. :-P
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