Update of rpmfusion-* on F16-x86_64 is confusing or lost.
Lucélio Gomes de Freitas
aa.lucelio at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 19:43:19 UTC 2011
Thank you for your atention,
Em 23-11-2011 15:54, T.C. Hollingsworth escreveu:
> 2011/11/23 Lucélio Gomes de Freitas <aa.lucelio at gmail.com>:
>> Hi friends,
>> Ref: Linux Fedora 3.1.1-2.fc16.x86_64 (installed and working aparentely
>> Verifying new atualizations on KDE environment(F16-x86_64),
>> I got a window asking to update:
>> 1st> rpmfusion-free-release - RPM Fusion(free) Repository Configuration
>> 2nd> rpmfusion-nonfree-release - RPM Fusion(nonfree) Repository
>> Configuration 16-1.1
>> I clicked "apply". The task started and suddenly after showing the
>> signing window of rpmfusion-free, appeared asking: "Do you trust the
>> source of the packages? Replying "yes" the task get to a
>> sleeping/hibernating position and only stops when I cancell it.
>> I did all(f16-x86_64) installation from scratch.
>> I found the sign, on the specifyed
>> I can't get free from these two atualizations.
> Let's try to verify whether the RPMFusion repository is properly
> enabled. Open Konsole and run the following command:
> sudo yum repolist
> That will print a list of all repositories enabled on your system.
> "rpmfusion-free", "rpmfusion-free-updates", "rpmfusion-nonfree", and
> "rpmfusion-nonfree-updates" should be listed there.
> If they aren't listed, try reinstalling the release packages directly
> from the command line:
They were already there, before the "yum localinstall --nogpgcheck":
[Lucelio at MAQ01 ~]$ sudo yum repolist
Plugins carregados: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
id do repo nome do
fedora Fedora 16 -
rpmfusion-free RPM Fusion for Fedora 16 -
rpmfusion-free-updates RPM Fusion for Fedora 16 - Free -
rpmfusion-nonfree RPM Fusion for Fedora 16 -
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates RPM Fusion for Fedora 16 -
Nonfree - Updates 26
updates Fedora 16 - x86_64 -
[Lucelio at MAQ01 ~]$
OK. Even though, is it necessary to do it again?
> sudo yum localinstall --nogpgcheck
> (My e-mail client will likely split that up into multiple lines but it
> should be entered on one line.)
> You can then run "sudo yum repolist" again and verify that the
> repository is enabled. At that point you should be able to install
> packages from RPMFusion using apper, KDE's graphical package manager,
> or using the yum command if you prefer.
Lucélio Gomes de Freitas
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