This error message repeats for what looks like every mirror:
 /home/magnusg $ yum install xmms
Loaded plugins: protectbase, refresh-packagekit
84 packages excluded due to repository protections
Setting up Install Process
Parsing package install arguments
--> Running transaction check
---> Package xmms.i386 1:1.2.11-3.20071117cvs.fc10 set to be updated
updates/filelists | 5.3 MB
http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/updates/10/i386/repodata/filelists.xml.gz: [Errno -1] Metadata file does not match checksum
Trying other mirror.
Des this reflect a problem with my yum files and, if so, how can I
correct it? Thanks for the help! --Jerry
[I'm trying to figure out how to support "portable media players" with
Fedora 10. Lots of roadblocks.]
In Amarok, I press F1, or go to the Help drop-down menu and press "Amarok
Handbook" and get an error popup:
The file or folder help:/amarok/index.html does not exist.
When I dismiss the messge, I have a KDE Help Center. I can browse it:
Table of Contents: Application Manuals: Sound & Video: Amarok
and get the same error popup.
How come I don't have the Amarok Handbook?
Yum says that there are no interesting amarok packages that I've yet to
I downloaded the Fedora-11 Preview (/x86_64) and tried to install it on
two different athlon-64's(*) but the installer would hang. Sometimes it
hung without printing anything, other times it would hand just after
printing the "ISOLUNIX" line and then come up with what looked like a
bios disk error. The dvd iso file's sha256 checks out ok, so the file
transferred correctly. I didn't take the dvd's sha256, but I did burn a
second copy and it acted the same way. Are other folks having better
Just for added fun, there is no obvious place to report this on
* Compaq v5000 laptop, Tyan s2865.desktop
Wolfgang S. Rupprecht http://www.full-steam.org/ (ipv6-only)
You may need to config 6to4 to see the above pages.
When I click on a link for a word document, I don't get the option to open the
file. Even though the popup window has the title 'Opening <filename>' and
starts of by saying 'You have chosen to open............................'
I only get the options to Cancel or Save File.
Why do I have to do to get the Open buttin?
This is on a clean install of FC10 onto my new laptop with all yum updates
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Could anyone advise me of a strategy for fixing
remote machines. Same City, different ISPS \ mainly dynamic ips
I have installed Fedora for a number of ppl,
and need a method of troubleshooting.
Including Distro-Upgrade if required.
Preferably something GUI
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Since the "nv" driver seems to have lots of problems, I thought I'd try
the nouveau driver. The result was a black screen and a locked up box.
No Xorg.0.log file created, so no errors to report.
Does this actually work with F10? Anybody got it running? Tips?