Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 179223
New kernel & selinux-policy-targeted problem.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:22 EST
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Description of problem:
Used PUP today to update a test system instead of the usual yum update.
I wathed it download both a new kernel and a new selinux-policy-targeted as well as quite a few other things and on completion it asked if i wanted to reboot now
or later I selected now and a reboot occured.
but it booted into an old kernel (new kernel not installed) and the
selinux-policy-targeted had been removed but not replaced.
I had to put both of these back with a yum install
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Pup in fully updated FC5T2
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: see above
Expected Results: The successful update of packages or an error mesaage saying what had failed.
Could not give the version of pup as rpm -qa pup reveals nothing and as of today
28/1/06 I can't find it in development.
Has it been removed for some reason.
Also from the yum log it says udev was updated but I now have both the old and
the new version so I am going to have to sort this manually using yum.
Probably should be filed against devel rather than FC5T2.
SELinux policy was busted for a day or two and thus was then causing all sorts
of RPM operations to fail :( Fixed since
Moving component to pirut. Sorry for the spam.