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Re: Rpmfusion not showing in yum.repos



Rick Stevens wrote:
Jim wrote:
Jeff Spaleta wrote:
On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 2:27 PM, Jim <mickeyboa sbcglobal net> wrote:
rpmfusion-nonfree-release-8-6.noarch
rpmfusion-free-release-8-6.noarch

You have old rpmfusion release files AND you the livna entries in your repolist.
This is probably a problem.

Just to be sure rpm -ql rpmfusion-free-release  and see if the list
files match up to what you have.

Easiest thing to do... remove those rpmfusion release rpms.. and any
livna rpms or repository definitions you have...go to the rpmfusion
mainpage and install the latest release rpms.

-jef

Yep you were right, I did a rpm -ql  and it showed the rpmfusion repos.
I deleted the livna files from the yum.repos.d and installed the rpmfusion two rpm's and then installed livna.org
for the one remaning package on livna.

But if I do a "yum update" I get the following error message.
FC 10 has problems with DNS, because of IPV6 and I think that's what is causing the error. because I have the same problem on a separate box dealing with these rpmfusion installs and updates.

I don't think F10 has an IPV6 issue, but I know Comcast's DNS servers
do.
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- Rick Stevens, Systems Engineer                      ricks nerd com -
- AIM/Skype: therps2        ICQ: 22643734            Yahoo: origrps2 -
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-           Blech!  ACKth!  Ooop!  -- Bill the Cat (Outland)         -
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it's not just Comcast, it's AT&T(sbcglobal.net) also.
Just guessing, but I think FC10 being the first release to do with DNSIPv6 , and all of the internet hasn't FULLY made that move yet.


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