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Re: Experience with ATRPMS repository?



>  casued my system to bork.  

Ok well, Axel has kindly answered my questions in the past so I will try
to reproduce the problems you had but expect things to be ok.


>   If you have the atrpms repo enabled in yum, use yum to update to the
> latest version of spamassassin or perl-XML-LIBXML, then run "rpm -q
> atrpms". 

Updated:  spamassassin 3.0.1-0_19.rhfc2.at.i386
Dep Installed:  DCC 1.2.58-8.rhfc2.at.i386 razor-agents
2.67-8.rhfc2.at.i386 perl-Net_SSLeay.pm 1.25-2.rhfc2.at.i386 perl-IO-
Socket-SSL 0.95-1.rhfc2.at.noarch pyzor 0.4.0-2.rhfc2.at.noarch


> , use yum to update to the latest version of spamassassin or perl-XML-
> LIBXML, then run "rpm -q atrpms".
>  
[root The_Big_Playhouse javauser]# rpm -q atrpms
atrpms-56-1.rhfc2.at


>  If it is installed check /etc/cron.daily and see if 0check4updates is
> in there.

Yes, it is.


-rwxr-xr-x   1 root root   80 Mar  5  2004 0check4updates*



>  Now, if it is on your system explain to me why it should be there.


see clip below.  it has been there and unmodified since Friday, March 5
2004 at 9:49:04 PM

<clip from axel>
What's so conspirative of a
method deployed also under up2date and yum under different names?

check4updates is just a notifier for apt/yum on new packages.
</clip from axel>

um rhgb works fine for me.

Sorry things didn't work out for you.  I started using the ATRPMS
repository at the recommendation of a how-to for mythtv and have only
nice things to say.
 
-- 
Shawn <javajunkie koyuru com>


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