[ATrpms-users] my machine is borked
j. apple muncy
jmuncy at cs.iusb.edu
Thu Dec 15 16:30:45 CET 2005
>>/ Well I guess I should take up where Thomas left off.
/>/ It looks to me like in the process of following Jarod's HOWTO to install
/>>/ mythtv with yum, I made the mistake of doing a yum update after putting
/>>/ /etc/yum.repos.d/atrpms.repo and /etc/yum.repos.d/freshrpms.repo in place.
/>>/ I guess I thought 'what harm can it do?'
/>>/ yum-2.4.0-0.fc4.noarch.rpm updates to yum.i386 2.4.0-63.rhfc4.at
/>>/ which has no /etc/yum.conf
/>>/ so medley-package-config.i386 103-1.rhfc4.at gets installed because it
/>>/ provides /etc/yum.conf
>atrpms-package-config provides it as well and is the recommended
>package to use. Please do your installation with
>atrpms-package-config, not medley.
I guess you regard this as an undocumented feature.
YOU BORK MY MACHINE BY MEDDLING WITH YUM.
I don't want to use ATrpms as my base repo.
All I want is mythtv and it's dependences.
Frankly speaking this casts doughs on all of the AT rpms.
>>/ I include current output from 'yum update' and following that my
/>>/ /var/log/yum/log so you can see how borked my machine is now.
/>>/ I looks to me like I should be able to remove some of the crap
/>>/ meddle put in /etc/yum.repos.d/ an yum might go back to working for
/>>/ me. Any thoughts?
>yum install atrpms-package-config
>Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
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