Bug 166098 - system-config-packages errors out if gnome software development selected
system-config-packages errors out if gnome software development selected
Product: Fedora
Classification: Fedora
Component: system-config-packages (Show other bugs)
ia64 Linux
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Assigned To: Jeremy Katz
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Reported: 2005-08-16 17:58 EDT by Erik Jacobson
Modified: 2007-11-30 17:11 EST (History)
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Last Closed: 2005-08-19 14:32:48 EDT
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Description Erik Jacobson 2005-08-16 17:58:13 EDT
Currently, fedora core development only installs a very minimal system no 
matter what you do, see bugs 166091 166088.

After install, I installed enough RPMs by hand to make it so 
system-config-packages would work, thinking I might be able to use that
to populate up the machine.

I did have success with this (in progress).  However, I noticed that
if the Gnome Software Development group was selected, an error was
produced when you click on 'update'. The error says 'Packages
Not Found' and lists a whole big list of RPMs in the error box.  That box
seems to match the output to the terminal from which I launched the program.
This seemed different enough that I thought I'd file it.  Feel free to kill
this bug if it's another symptom of issues you're working on.  I just didn't
want to lose anything.

* using startup-notification-devel-0:0.8-2.ia64 to satisfy
('pilot-link-devel', '%{pilot-link-version}')
('mozilla-nss-devel', '37:1.7.11-1')
('nspr-devel', '4.6')
('jadetex', None)
('perl-SGMLSpm', '1.03ii')
('libgnomeprint22-devel', '2.10.0')
('libcroco-devel', '0.6.0')
('libgsf-devel', None)
('tetex-latex', None)
('passivetex', '1.11')
('w3m', None)
('jadetex', '2.5')
('perl(HTML::Entities)', None)
Comment 1 Erik Jacobson 2005-08-19 14:32:48 EDT
In a newer update of the fedora ia64 development tree, this problem went away.

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