Description of problem: Can't pull necessary updates on machines properly
listed in rhn.linux.ncsu.edu
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Reproduced on two workstations.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. sudo up2date -fu
2. enter password for person with sudo privilege
Actual results:pc03-214res3% sudo up2date -fu
Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: rhel-i386-ws-4...
Fetching Obsoletes list for channel: realmlinux-ws4...
Name Version Rel
kernel 2.6.9 42.0.3.EL i686
kernel-devel 2.6.9 42.0.3.EL i686
kernel-hugemem-devel 2.6.9 42.0.3.EL i686
kernel-smp 2.6.9 42.0.3.EL i686
kernel-smp-devel 2.6.9 42.0.3.EL i686
openafs 1.4.0 8 i386
openafs-client 1.4.0 8 i386
openafs-kernel 1.4.0 8 i686
Testing package set / solving RPM inter-dependencies...
File Not Found: kernel-2.6.9-42.0.3.EL.i686
Package not found
Error Class Code: 17
Error Class Info: File not found.
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Expected results: Updates downloaded
Also cannot up2date using root as opposed to user with sudo privilege.
Three machines not able to update at this point. So far not affecting x86_64
User email@example.com's account has been closed
This sounds like a server side issue. I think you are configured to point to a
Satellite. Please contact the Satellite administrator for assistance to verify
that the package is available for download on the Satellite.
If you are using the RHN Hosted service (rhn.redhat.com) - then please try
again. I am not aware of any issues with downloading this kernel package in the
pass, but checking today it seems to be fine.
If you continue to encounter issues then please contact your Red Hat Support
representative. If you are a student of a local university, then it is also the
general case that no support is provided by Red Hat for the Enterprise Linux OS,
and only for the RHN Proxy or Satellite being used and that your local
university is providing some level of support for the Enterprise Linux WS OS.