Fedora :: Rpm Check Debug From Yum Update - Packages Not Compatible?
Dec 14, 2009
After yum -y update I get this at the end of the process. What should I do, have no idea...is it mandatory to erstart with right kernel for each package?
ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve:
kernel-uname-r = 184.108.40.206-170.2.56.fc10.i686 is needed by (installed) kmod-ndiswrapper-220.127.116.11-170.2.56.fc10.i686-1.53-5.fc10.17.i686
kernel-uname-r = 18.104.22.168-170.2.56.fc10.i686 is needed by (installed) kmod-wl-22.214.171.124-170.2.56.fc10.i686-126.96.36.199-2.fc10.i686
Googled this and found the same problem mentioned in the yum site: [root@plouton ~]# yum update kernel Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit Setting up Update Process Resolving Dependencies --> Running transaction check ---> Package kernel.x86_64 0:188.8.131.52-147.fc13 set to be installed --> Finished Dependency Resolution --> Running transaction check ---> Package kernel.x86_64 0:184.108.40.206-95.fc13 set to be erased --> Finished Dependency Resolution Dependencies Resolved
I've been a long time ubuntu/debian user, and I decided to give fedora a try. Durng my first set of updates after install, the updater (gpk) seemed to stall on an 'updating libraries' step (it lasted for over 12 hours). Anyway, I force quit the program, restarted the system, and all appears fine. What I wanted to ask is this; is there some way to check the yum log to see if the update completed successfully, or an equivalent to 'apt-get -f install' to fix any broken/partially installed packages.
I just installed ubuntu 10.10, and im triying to update, when i uncheck the packages that i dont want and click on the "install updates" button in the update manager, the update manager check it again and download the packages that i dont want
I'm facing this problem since a month on Fedora 10. I have some 45 packages for upgrade through KPackageKit which belong to KDE.
While I give it to upgrade, it gives me a strange message which says Multiple packages exist that are not compatible with each other. This is usually due to mixing packages from different software sources.
When I press the details button, I get these details. ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve: libkwalletbackend.so.4 is needed by kdebase-runtime-4.2.0-7.fc10.i386 Please report this error at [URL]
I get this message only for the KDE packages. I have libkwalletbackend.so.4 in my /usr/lib directory.
I've been google'ing around recently for some good solutions for creating local yum "update" repositories without syncing entire repositories. (or adding hundreds of exclude statements in config files)
I have several boxes with a common base build (centos 5.5/x86_64), one has nagios3, another has apache, and another tomcat6 (also a couple of others) For tomcat and nagios I'm obviously using 3rd party repositories (jpackage, epel, rpmforge to name a few) Everything is installed via RPM from kickstart.
I would like to make an updates repository which contains the updates for everything that's installed (including centos base).
Updates will be downloaded on a separate box, but not sure how to get the list of packages required on that box where the packages are not actually installed. I've looked at reposync and mrepo, but appear to be syncing from what's available rather than what's required.
I was hoping that I can provide an "rpm -qa" output, compare this to a "yum list" or perhaps running "yum check-update" on a list rather than installed packages. I could then use the yum-downloadonly module to get the packages which have changed from available sources.
I m using pidgin2.5.5-1 that is old version of pidgin because of some proxy issue, I dont want to update it anymore but it keeps on showing its update in package updater its very annoying...How could i get rid of it ?I want package updater show all updates except this...that is permanently remove it from update check list.
I installed F12 to a live USB stick. When I boot up the system it says there are several hundred updates available. I've tried to update packages, but when I reboot the updates that claim to have been made do not appear. The system reverts to its original state after reboot.
So is it possible to do this? Can one have persistent packages? (this does seem to work with ubuntu)
Or is F12 on a live USB stick supposed to be pretty much the same thing as having a live (read-only) CD?
What I'd really like to do is have a small version of F12 on a USB stick that has up to date packages I need while dropping the packages I don't need.
Is there a way to rollback the packages installed in the last software update?I cannot reach the gui login screen (x-server) ever since my last software update.Hence cannot login.Too bad the old xserver restart key (crtl+alt+bkspace) dont work anymore.Also, I dont remember the command to view the system logs to know what went wrong.
How to update packages from Media Instead of Internet Repository. When I install package using the below command the packages are getting updated from Internet repository. How can I update the packages from media (ex fedora 12 dvd).
I have an old laptop running Fedora Core 6. I need to update it for a project at work. I am using my home network and a hard wired connection. I can ping my router, and ifconfig shows my interface is active and has the right IP address assigned. When I try to open the GUI package updater, it fails to connect. Opening an browser also fails to connect. My firewall is turned off. I suspect a service is not starting, but everything I can think of is running. why layer 3 is working, but my apps won't connect to the Internet?
I've been trying to update Fedora 15 for weeks. I always end up with a transaction error and the update stalls. The error reads: GPG keys listed for RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide-free repository are installed but they are not correct for this package. Check that the correct key urls are configured for this repository. This is far too involved for a linux newbie, I think my only option is to reformat and reinstall. This is so frustrating, there are 250 MB of updates available that I can't access.
On two Centos5 servers, yum gives a segmentation fault error when trying 'yum update' or 'yum check-update' after running 'yum clean' :
The error is the same for the other computer except while attempting to update the rpmforge repository. Nothing has really changed on the servers in some time and 'yum update' worked fine on each yesterday and I have no idea why they would both suddenly fail!
I am creating custom install media using the Fedora Core 14 DVD as a base and I have gathered all of the packages and their dependencies I require using the yumdownloader command.I made sure to download the @core group along with the ones listed above. The problem I'm running into is that I don't know how to update the media's repo information to reflect some of the updated packages I have downloaded. So when I go to install on the device, it's saying it can't read/open a certain package and you can see that it's looking for an older version because I'm guessing its repo is telling anaconda that this is the specific version to look for. I'm looking for a way to "update" the repo found on the installation media.
For some reason, when I do a yum check-update I get a list of no changed packages to install. If I follow this immediately with a yum update then it tries to install drbd83. I've tried a yum clean all and repeated the commands and get the same thing. This happens on both the machines that are set up to use DRBD. Just seems weird and I don't understand. Anyone got an explanation?
I was running 10.04 LTS and had decided to stick to the LTS versions as I'm now running my machine as a server and don't want to be updating regularly.Every time I logged in via SSH I got a message telling me there where packages to update including a security update. So I did a search to find out how to perform an update on Ubuntu server from the command line.What I found was to do this:sudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get dist-upgradeAfter doing that I rebooted but now my machine gives me this message:
init: ureadahead-other main process (794) terminated with status 4Your disk drives are being checked for errors, this may take some timePress C to cancel all checks currently inprogressI'm not pressing C yet and leaving it alone to finish, but I noticed when the machine booted that one of the options for booting talked about Ubuntu 10.10, so I'm worried that I've updated from 10.04 LTS to 10.10 by accident?