On Mon, 2004-12-06 at 17:27 -0500, A1tmblwd netscape net wrote: > What has your experience been using the ATRPMS, http://atrpms.net , repository? > Mine has not been very favorable. I regret creating atrpms.repo and adding it > to the /etc/yum.repo.d/ directory. > > BEGIN VENT > ========== > > Here are the problems that plague my FC3 system after I used "yum update": > > 1. lm_sensors-2.8.7-2 was replaced with a buggy lm_sensors.i386 2.8.8-0_35.rhfc3.at. > I discovered that when I rebooted my system and encountered a "cannot access > procfs/sysfs" error message. I restored the older lm_sensors rpm file and posted > a bug report #329. As of this posting rhgb still has does not work but I have not > implemented the steps to fix problem 3 and replace/repair upgraded packages. > > 2. yum-2.1.11-3 was replaced by yum.noarch-2.1.12-43.rhfc3.at. The install overwrote > the existing yum.conf file. Not very nice. Should not happen. Another bug > report #330. Axel Thimms comments and says that he finds no fault with his script. This did not happen on my system. > 3. "0check4updates" was inserted into /etc/cron.d/cron.daily without my > permission or awareness. It runs a script to update APT and YUM. Bug report #331. No such file exists on my system, let alone an inserted "check4updates" command. I don't know what's going on with your system, but none of the problems you've encountered with Axel's packages have happened on my system (other than the lm_sensors procfs/sysfs error [I hope to work with Axel to figure out a solution rather than muddle the waters with a "downgrade"]).
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