This is about updated Fedora Core 0.94:
which causes Yum to fail determining the OS version because the "redhat-release"
package has been replaced with the "fedora-release" package. Changing the line to
works for me.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
yum info 2>&1 | grep Server
Actual Results: Server: Red Hat Linux Null - i386 - Base
Expected Results: Server: Red Hat Linux 0.94 - i386 - Base
I can verify that the above solution solves the problem.
Created attachment 94995 [details]
patch to fix it
This patch may be a better long term solution.
Actually, doing *both* is probably best. s/Red Hat Linux/Fedora Core/ in
ok - s/name/provides/ has occurred for the config.py code. Thanks.
I can build a package w/whatever config you want, as, I'm sure, you can.
*** Bug 107098 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 107521 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
should be fixed in 2.0.4-1
yum-2.0.7-1.1 references redhat-release again.
spoke with sopwith, who made these changes. having it be
redhat-release means it works in fedora core and rhel w/o any change.
that make sense?
so I'm reclosing.