On 12/01/2017 10:35 AM, John Pilkington wrote:
On 01/12/17 14:04, Lukas Middendorf wrote:
> On 28.11.2017 17:40, John Pilkington wrote:
>> I should explain that I'm running a local build of mythtv master that is
>> seen as a downgrade from the version in rpmfusion, and I don't want it
>> overwritten. I haven't yet found a good change to the specfile, which
>> seems fine in other respects.
> You could increase the rpm Epoch of your local mythtv build, so it is
> seen as newer by yum.
> If you already have an Epoch set in your spec simply increase that. If
> you have not, set an epoch, add a line
> "Epoch: 1"
> (or what ever, I think even 0 is seen as higher as no epoch at all)
> where you set the version.
> And keep in mind that any sub-package-requirements now also have to be
> changed to
> instead of
OK, thanks for that suggestion. ISTR 'epoch' being mentioned as a
possibility before, but I hadn't experimented. You have given more
details and I'll look at trying it for the next build.
That could fix my specific 'feature', but won't fix dnfdragora. I'll
give it a bit longer, but then maybe a BZ?
Same thing in Fedora 27 with dnfdragora . Doesn't matter what you select
for repositories, always shows the same updates available. Even when
running as root.
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