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Re: F9-F10 preupgrade worked, but repos point to F9



On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 10:32 AM, M A Young <m a young durham ac uk> wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Nov 2008, Ted Roche wrote:
>
>> Hi, folks:
>>
>> I used the preupgrade (after doing a yum update preupgrade to get the
>> 1.0 version) to upgrade F9 to F10 on my ThinkPad T61 and all appears
>> to be running quite well. However, when I went to try out the new
>> NetBeans feature, I couldn't find it listed. Checking the Software
>> Sources options in the Package Manager for GNOME, I see that I'm still
>> pointing to the F9 repositories.  I know I could just hack the
>> /etc/yum.repos.d files, but is there a more correct way to switch to
>> the new repositories?
>
> What does rpm -q fedora-release give? If two are listed get rid of the
> fedora 9 one, eg. rpm -e fedora-release-9-5.transition
>
>        Michael Young

By default the fedora repo's use variables so they should be pulling
the right release packages. Some packages have not been updated for
fc10 so show fc9 (or in some rare cases fc8), however, I did a 'yum
list '*eans'" and saw only fc10 packages. Hopefully this helps
troubleshoot the problem.

Richard


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