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Re: hal + pam update errors

reproduce is simple.

1. install Fedora Core 7 Test 3
2. update

the update should be busy for a while.. downloading all the rpm files and than running a check. it`s the check where the errors are popping up. also.. it takes ages to update cups and bluetooth.. and i`m getting selinux errors when those are updating.. you will only see the errors (all of them) when you start gnome (for the selinux notifications), than a terminal and than "yum -y update"

2007/4/5, Jesse Keating <jkeating redhat com>:
On Thursday 05 April 2007 14:35:14 Michael Schwendt wrote:
> Really? Then "Obsoletes" in Fedora 7 is broken.
> The old hal.i386 on x86_64 is installed (else it would not conflict), but
> not available in the x86_64 repo anymore. When hal-libs.i386 (in the
> x86_64 repo) obsoletes hal, this means that hal-libs.i386 will replace
> hal.i386. Yum will pull in hal-libs.i386 and remove hal.i386 -- if it
> doesn't, behaviour has changed.

Perhaps behavior has changed, as yum doesn't seem to care that there is a
hal-libs.i386 in the repo that obsoletes hal.i386.

I'm setting up a system now to try and reproduce.

Jesse Keating
Release Engineer: Fedora

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