On 01/22/2018 03:01 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
On 01/23/18 03:14, JD wrote:
> On 01/14/2018 02:22 PM, Ed Greshko wrote:
>> On 01/15/18 05:19, Ed Greshko wrote:
>>> kernel-devel x86_64 4.14.13-300.fc27 updates
>>> kernel-headers x86_64 4.14.13-300.fc27 updates
>> Note these packages are from updates. If the laptop system hasn't been
>> can use....
>> dnf --disablerepo updates --downloadonly --downloaddir=/tmp install broadcom-wl
>> to get....
>> kernel-devel x86_64 4.13.9-300.fc27 fedora
>> kernel-headers x86_64 4.13.9-300.fc27 fedora
> When doing the --downloadonly,
> how do I disable the dependencies, since they are NOT crucial to networking the
> fc27 machine?
I do not understand why you throw up artificial barriers to progress. You're going
to be downloading things to a flash drive and walk it over to the other system. So
it isn't as if you're going to be short on space. Besides,
"dependencies" are a
dependency for a reason. If you ignore those and then try to install packages whose
dependency you've ignored you are bound to run in to problems.
You spend more time raising irrelevant issues and then waiting for responses. Unless
you are working on more than one machine, we know you now have one Wifi, the internal
one, adapter being recognized by the system with the driver loaded.
wlp0s29f7u3: flags=4099<UP,BROADCAST,MULTICAST> mtu 1500
ether c0:25:e9:24:89:4b txqueuelen 1000 (Ethernet)
RX packets 0 bytes 0 (0.0 B)
RX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 frame 0
TX packets 0 bytes 0 (0.0 B)
TX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 carrier 0 collisions 0
You're just having problems with authentication to a router in a Starbucks.
already made one suggestion which you've not followed up on. So, how about another?
Take the machine to a different Wifi Router to where you have access and control over it.
Here is the output of the attempt to install:
Package Arch Version Repository Size
elfutils-libelf-devel x86_64 0.170-1.fc27
@commandline 46 k
fakeroot x86_64 1.22-1.fc27 @commandline 102 k
redhat-rpm-config noarch 67-1.fc27 @commandline 61 k
rpm-build x86_64 4.14.0-2.fc27 @commandline 160 k
rpmdevtools noarch 8.10-3.fc27 @commandline 105 k
Skipping packages with conflicts:
(add '--best --allowerasing' to command line to force their upgrade):
akmod-wl x86_64 22.214.171.1241-14.fc27 @commandline 5.5 M
akmod-wl x86_64 126.96.36.1991-15.fc27 @commandline 5.5 M
Skipping packages with broken dependencies:
akmods noarch 0.5.6-10.fc27 @commandline 23 k
broadcom-wl noarch 188.8.131.521-3.fc27 @commandline 24 k
gcc x86_64 7.2.1-2.fc27 @commandline 21 M
glibc-devel x86_64 2.26-15.fc27 @commandline 985 k
glibc-headers x86_64 2.26-15.fc27 @commandline 500 k
kmod-wl x86_64 184.108.40.2061-15.fc27 @commandline 23 k
Install 5 Packages
Skip 8 Packages
to see the complete output of dnf, see
Clearly I am doing something wrong, or I am simply having trouble