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Re: Does anyone else think yumex is broken?



On Thu, Jan 07, 2010 at 04:16:11PM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > the guts of package management.  However, PackageKit is neither
> > unreliable nor barely communicating in my experience, and I use it
> > most of the time in Fedora.  Yum also has bits that allow it to
> > communicate with PackageKit when run on the command line.  This system
> > works quite well.
> 
> This one doesn't. Several times it has told me graphically about updates
> and then spewed nonsense errors when told to apply them. Running yum
> always works. Not figured out why but there is a real bug somewhere.

I'm sure Richard Hughes would be interested in hearing about it via a
bug filing, and could probably help figure out where to pull out the
appropriate info if it recurs.

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