[Yum] What's wrong with my yum - it's not hungry anymore...

David Timms dtimms at bigpond.net.au
Sun Apr 16 09:31:27 UTC 2006


tony vong wrote:
> 
> David Timms <dtimms at bigpond.net.au> wrote:  seth vidal wrote:
>> On Sat, 2006-04-15 at 12:58 -0700, tony vong wrote:
>>> What does it say "No Packages marked for Update/Obsoletion" ?
>>> 
>>> [root at smp4 netscreen1]# uname -r 2.6.9-1.667smp [root at smp4
>>> netscreen1]# yum clean Error: clean requires an option: headers,
>>> packages, cache, metadata, all
If you want it to clean the ? then add the option eg:
# yum clean all  or whatever.

>>> [root at smp4 netscreen1]# yum update No Packages marked for
>>> Update/Obsoletion [root at smp4 netscreen1]#
>>> 
>>> ______________________________________________________________________
>>> 
>> b/c there are, in fact, no updates available?
> If you are on Fedora Core 3, this would make sense as it has changed
> to a legacy project. What distro/version are you using ?
> 
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> No it does not make sense. I have two systems with FC3 installed. But
> the yum update runs fine on another system -- there are a lot of
> updates. 
I suggest that that system wasn't up2date, but is now. Anyway, Fedora 
project does not release any more updates (since 2006-Feb). The project 
is transferred to Fedora Legacy. You would need to follow the steps in:
http://fedoralegacy.org/  and  http://fedoralegacy.org/docs/yum-fc3.php
to enable the legacy-updates repo.

> But not on this system.
This one may be fully up2date with the Fedora Core 3 updates-released. 
To get continued updates with FC3, you would need to configure Fedora 
Legacy project updates, as described in the above URLs.



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