Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 461361
When trying to upgrade from f9 to f10 a poker3d problem blocks the upgrade
Last modified: 2014-01-21 18:06:11 EST
Created attachment 315953 [details]
yum -d 3 output
Description of problem:
When I tried to do a yum upgrade from f9 to f10 a dependency problem with poker3d prevented yum from being able to do the upgrade. Uninstalling poker3d got past that point, but I expected the skip broken feature to have been able to work around the issue.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install poker3d on a f9 system
2. yum update (with skipbroken and obsoletes turned on)
yum stopped after being unable to recover from a dependency problem.
yum would do the upgrade skipping the poker3d update.
Created attachment 315959 [details]
yum update results after poker3d was removed
In case your curious, I am attaching the output from yum update after removing poker3d. It mostly went pretty well and there were only a few orphans that seemed to all lead back to livna packages blocking updates.
How's 3.2.20 or 3.2.21 for this? Any positive changes?
I don't currently have an instance of F9 I can try this on. That might change in the near future as I want to look at wine in an early F9 as something that used to work in wine stopped working. (But I don't run it very often so a lot of changes occurred before I noticed.)
The one F9 instance I currently have isn't easy to play with (or test wine in) and I was leaning towards waiting until F11 to upgrade.
There was no --skip-broken passed, so yum couldn't do anything. We've added msgs to give some info. in cases like this, so that should help.