On Mon, 2015-12-14 at 00:53 -0500, Eric Griffith wrote:
On Dec 13, 2015 19:21, "Patrick O'Callaghan"
> On Sun, 2015-12-13 at 17:39 -0500, Eric Griffith wrote:
> > I just read through this thread, and we skipped over a partial
> > solution this. Tracer. This isn't just a KDE problem, this is a
> > Fedora problem, I think we should push to have the tracer plugin
> > for
> > DNF installed by default. This will protect anyone who updates
> > via
> > the command line by explicitly saying "you must reboot/logout to
> > conclude the package update because: xyz."
> In fact I already mentioned that I use it (manually) after running
I said skipped over, not ignored :) I saw you mention it but that
conversation died quickly, when it shouldnt have.
> I also have the plugin installed but it never seems to be called
> automatically, though the equivalent in yum did work as expected.
Make sure you've got the right plugin installed. Python2 for F22,
Python3 for F23. I know some plugins have diff packages for diff
versions, don't know for sure if Tracer does.
The package is python-dnf-plugins-extras-tracer-0.11-1.fc23.noarch but
it's installed under /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/dnf-plugins. The
code itself doesn't refer to any specific version of Python, but dnf
itself is written to Python3 so perhaps it's not calling the plugin.
Looks like a packaging error. I tried reinstalling the plugin and