[F13] update failure: nss*
mschwendt at gmail.com
Thu Sep 16 08:30:17 UTC 2010
On Wed, 15 Sep 2010 17:11:27 -0700, JD wrote:
> >>> You cannot have any missing dependencies with packages that are
> >>> installed already.
> >> Well, that begs the question: how did these packages get installed
> >> on my system when I did not specifically install them individually?
> > Rephrasing the question might be helpful. What exactly do you want
> > to have explained?
> The thread started with the explanation that installation of nss
> has broken dependencies.
> So, if the dependencies are broken, how did yum resolve these
> dependencies and install all these packages?
It either worked on a set of packages, which was not affected by any
unresolvable dependencies. Or you installed the packages at a later time
when the issue was not present anymore. Compare
Broken dependencies with Fedora 13 + updates-testing - 2010-09-08
Broken dependencies with Fedora 13 + updates-testing - 2010-09-09
and look up the nss* update ticket in the Fedora Updates System to
find out when the fixed package set was pushed to stable.
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