On Tue, May 24, 2016 at 11:47:21PM -0700, Samuel Sieb wrote:
On 05/24/2016 10:51 PM, Jon LaBadie wrote:
> Suggestions for how to resolve the situation?
> I don't anticipate using copr, perhaps remove it?
> Do any system functions depend upon copr installation?
I think you only need that if you are going to run a copr server. I wonder
how you even got it installed as I don't see anything that would require it.
I wonder also.
In my dnf history, the oldest copr- related items are updates
last August. The total dnf history goes back to September 2014
while running Fedora 20. So they must have been introduced
before then. Why I have no recollection!
Unless someone suggests otherwise, I'll probably erase the
entire copr set + dependencies.
# dnf list installed '*copr*'
Last metadata expiration check performed 13:12:06 ago ...
copr-backend.noarch 1.37-1.fc22 @System
copr-backend-doc.noarch 1.37-1.fc22 @System
copr-cli.noarch 1.50-1.fc22 @updates
copr-cli-doc.noarch 1.50-1.fc22 @updates
copr-frontend.noarch 1.44-1.fc22 @System
copr-frontend-doc.noarch 1.44-1.fc22 @System
copr-selinux.noarch 1.35-1.fc22 @System
python-copr.noarch 1.68-1.fc22 @updates
python-copr-doc.noarch 1.68-1.fc22 @updates
python3-copr.noarch 1.68-1.fc22 @updates
In addition, these would be removed:
Jon H. LaBadie jonfu(a)jgcomp.com