Track bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=366641 -------- Original Message -------- Subject: long wait... From: Frank Cox <theatre sasktel net> To: fedora-list redhat com Date: 11/08/2007 05:11 PM
I tried updating this computer from F7 to F8 earlier today. I booted it off a CDR, pointed it to the DVD image on my fileserver, and let 'er rip. It got to about the 26% mark on "resolving dependencies" that others have mentioned, and then sat. And sat. I saw a bit of network activity and a bit of hard drive activity once in a while so it wasn't hung up. About 3 hours later I gave up for the moment and rebooted the computer so I'm back at F7. I'm thinking of trying this again overnight tonight -- firing it up just before I go to bed and see what it looks like in the morning. However, it occurs to me that after it finishes "resolving dependencies" it will sit there and ask me to confirm that it's ok to start writing to the hard drive. Is there any way that I can tell it to proceed at that point without having to be here to click on "next"?
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