paul at city-fan.org
Fri Jun 24 18:25:51 UTC 2005
On Fri, 2005-06-24 at 13:13 -0500, Rob Wright wrote:
> I thought I had a pretty good grip on how yum works, but it seems I'm wrong.
> I'm trying to do an update, and I'd like to exclude some packages that are
> giving me dependency problems. Specifically I'm trying to update from FC3 to
> FC4. I've tried doing this:
> yum --exclude=koffice --exclude=pythonabi --exclude=apt --exclude=kdenetwork
> --exclude=libmal --exclude=kdegraphics --exclude=kdeaddons --exclude=kdepim
> --exclude=gcc-g77 --exclude=kdeedu --exclude=libgcrypt-devel
> --exclude=python-reportlab update
> on the command line but I still get errors about missing dependencies. So I
> added this to my yum.conf:
> exclude=koffice pythonabi apt kdenetwork libmal kdegraphics kdeaddons kdepim
> gcc-g77 kdeedu libgcrypt-devel python-reportlab
> which yields the same results when I run "yum update"
> Reading the man page for yum, and other online documentation it looks like I'm
> doing both of those correctly, but I'm obviously missing something. I've got
> yum 2.2.1 and FC3. Any advice would be appreciated.
Have you seen:
What dependency issues are you seeing?
Paul Howarth <paul at city-fan.org>
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