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Re: Broke my system trying to upgrade to rawhide using yum

2009/7/13 Horst H. von Brand <vonbrand inf utfsm cl>:
> suvayu ali <fatkasuvayu+rawhide gmail com> wrote:
>> Today I finally gathered up the courage to "live on the edge" and
>> upgrade to rawhide. So I disabled all the other repositories and
>> enabled rawhide. (Fedora and rpmfusion, living rpmfusion enabled was
>> probably a bad idea) Then I ran
> ;-)
> Here I also got an unbootable system, it looks like by cron automatically
> running prelink(8). The steps here were:
>  - Got boot.iso from a rawhide mirror (not all carry them!),
>    dated 2009-07-07 (latest I could find)
>  - Rescue mode complained there aren't any Linux partitions. Panic time!
>    But they are there, lvscan shows everything inactive (?)...
>  # lvm
>    lvm> lvchange -a y /dev/VolGroup/LogVol00
>         ....
>  # mount <lots of /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol?? under /mnt/sysimage>
>  # chroot /mnt/sysimage prelink -u -a
> After the above, I could run yum:
>  # chroot /mnt/sysimage yum -y update --skip-broken
> Several complaints about not being able to run %pre/%post later, I
> rebooted normally, everything works (slowly, but better than not at all ;-)
> Ran as root:
>  # package-cleanup --clean-dupes
> And then did a:
>  # yum -y reinstall <list of packages with dupes from above>
> just to be on the safe side WRT packages that didn't uninstall/install
> cleanly. I'm pretty sure the above didn't catch them all, but...

Thanks for your reply, but I couldn't get my box to boot so finally
reinstalled F11 on it. :(


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