pdupre at gmx.com
Sun Dec 29 20:30:40 UTC 2013
Since I can access to all the rpm files on the DVD, I expected to find a tool to
verify the *.rpm files!
Does it not exist?
Something like rpm -Vp
> Patrick Dupre writes:
> > Hello,
> > I burnt a DVD fedora 20 to update my distro.
> I do not believe that updating via the distro DVD images is implemented any
> more. You must use fedup to update.
> > However, it fails the test at 12.6%.
> > It there a risk to make an update using fedup?
> > I always have the option to download a package which may
> > be damaged.
> You are assuming that you will be able to boot at all, after skipping the
> damaged package.
> If the damaged package is glibc, or one of the critical gnome, systemd, or
> kernel packages, don't expect to be able to boot the resulting brick.
> Also, you do not know whether the remaining 88% of your DVD is any good at
> Besides, this is probably a moot point, since updating must be done via
> If you do happen to have a DVD image, you could skip downloading a bunch of
> stuff by using fedup --iso. But you don't need to actually burn the ISO
> image, for that, and, in fact, fedup does not support CD/DVD based updates
> (as I was amusingly informed on one of my machines by fedup, which was very
> convinced that my /home mount, with the DVD image, was a physical DVD drive).
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