> On Saturday 02 January 2010 19:56:33 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
>> On Saturday 02 January 2010 20:43:08 Anne Wilson wrote:
>> > On Saturday 02 January 2010 17:56:25 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
>> > > As someone suggested, it could be an issue with the mirrors. Try...
>> > > in the Fedora and Fedora Updates repo to comment out the mirror urls
>> > > and un-comment the base urls. Change the base urls from
>> > > download.fedoraproject.org
. yum clean
>> > > all. yum update.
>> > >
>> > > I made a complaint a couple of years ago about this kind of syncing
>> > > issue, but they told me that they really do not know what to do
>> > > about it.
>> > Hi, Eli. Yes I have already tried the base urls.
>> > Anne
>> Ooops Firstly I made a typo. Probable dyslexia in action. :)
>> I meant to type download.fedora.redhat.com
>> Make sure that the base urls read what I've indicated. The fedora and
>> fedora updates repo files usually come with download.fedoraproject.org
>> Believe it or not, that base url can also be out of sync for quite
>> sometime. What you could also try is to download the files manually
>> and then rpm -Uvh them to get them installed.
> Ane I hadn't read your message carefully enough anyway - sorry about
> that. Sadly, it didn't cure the problem, though. You'll see from my
> reply to Rex that I have uploaded the full output to
First problem i can see in there is the failure to update
kdebase-workspace-python-applet. This is because kdebindings last i
checked wasn't building for F11 which means it can't be updated. I
found removing kdebase-workspace-python-applet before updating allowed
the update although obviously python based plasma applets will stop
working... My guess without looking too closely is that since that
package can't be updated other packages that depend on it and it
depends on can't be updated either causing a huge list of errors.
You can also try running:
"yum --exclude=<trouble maker1> [--exclude=<trouble maker2>]
Where <trouble-maker> is e.g. 'kdebase-workspace-python-applet'