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Re: Yet More Yum Woe

Beartooth wrote:
"yum update" on one of my F10 machines looks all right, even through the download -- and then I get this :

(39/39): perl-5.10.0-52.fc10.i386.rpm                    |  14 MB 01:24
Total                                           140 kB/s |  44 MB 05:18
============================== Entering rpm code ========================
Running rpm_check_debug
ERROR with rpm_check_debug vs depsolve:
mono(gdk-sharp) is needed by (installed) sysinfo-0.7-1.i386
mono(glade-sharp) is needed by (installed) sysinfo-0.7-1.i386
mono(glib-sharp) is needed by (installed) sysinfo-0.7-1.i386
mono(gtk-sharp) is needed by (installed) sysinfo-0.7-1.i386
(1, [u'Please report this error in http://yum.baseurl.org/report'])

I haven't the faintest idea what that means; so I google the error line.

It sends me to a wad of sites on Fedora-forum (which I never have been able to use; but I see there are discussions back at least to 2007).

        So I go to that yum site, and it wants me to register; I try.

Three different browsers tell me its certificate is no good, and urge me strongly not to go there.

I try yum update again; same result. One of the forum threads that I do get to suggests the OP remove something. I try "yum remove mono*" -- and get this :

Dependencies Resolved

 Package                  Arch      Version Repository      Size
 mono-addins              i386      0.3.1-2.2.fc10         installed 715 k
 mono-core                i386      2.0.1-12.fc10          installed 25 M
 mono-data                i386      2.0.1-12.fc10          installed 3.8 M
 mono-data-sqlite         i386      2.0.1-12.fc10          installed 350 k
 mono-extras              i386      2.0.1-12.fc10          installed 637 k
 mono-web                 i386      2.0.1-12.fc10          installed 8.2 M
 mono-winforms            i386      2.0.1-12.fc10          installed 7.6 M
Removing for dependencies:
 evolution-sharp          i386      0.18.1-1.fc10          installed 544 k
 f-spot                   i386      0.4.4-6.fc10           installed 7.9 M
 gmime-sharp              i386      2.2.21-1.fc10          installed 194 k
 gnome-desktop-sharp      i386      2.24.0-3.fc10          installed 780 k
 gnome-sharp              i386      2.24.0-1.fc10          installed 1.3 M
 gsf-sharp                i386      0.8.1-8.fc10           installed 140 k
 gtk-sharp2               i386      2.12.4-1.fc10          installed 2.6 M
 ndesk-dbus               i386      0.6.1a-2.fc9           installed 126 k
 ndesk-dbus-glib          i386      0.4.1-3.fc9            installed 11 k
 sysinfo                  i386      0.7-1                  installed 336 k
 taglib-sharp             i386         installed 433 k

Transaction Summary
Install      0 Package(s)
Update       0 Package(s)
Remove      18 Package(s)

Some of that looks very serious; I don't want to futz with things named sysinfo nor gnome-desktop-*. (I might, but I once did try some such thing, long ago, and it removed yum! I had one devil of a time with that ...)

So am I stymied?? (Three other F10 machines so far have updated just fine btw.)

I do not have either mono or sysinfo installed. So, I can only assume that it's OK to remove them. Of course some apps might not work (isn't mono an implementation of .NET for Linux?)

Did you try :

yum remove sysinfo*

and then :

yum update

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