On Thu, 2004-09-02 at 03:01, shrek-m(a)gmx.de wrote:
fc3t1 yesterdays/todays update
# rpm -q yum
can i ignore this error?
Very likely, yes. The rpm for yum was part of that update (it was for
me) and it looks like the same error I got. Considering how much Seth
said the code base changed (and particularly that making a newly
installed kernel the default isn't implemented yet), it's no surprise
that since yum was updated while it was running, that it bombed out when
it tried to update the bootloader. Just edit /etc/grub.conf manually
and change the 'default=' line to the appropriate value, or just select
the right kernel during boot boot and then remove the old kernel(s).
But be prepared for some possible brokenness that some of us have been
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