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This is yum update resolution.
I'm running rawhide updated as of yesterday and I have 26 updates today. When I click the 'Install Updates' button in the Update viewer, I get a list of 52 additional packages to install that are ... the original 26 updates with two entries for each.
There is neither a problem on the yum side, nor on the pkcon one (I used it to install the updates but maybe this is a non-obstrusive program hence it didn't ask for the additional updates, I do not know).
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I do not know if the problem comes from the gnome-PK or PK-core, so I assigned to gnome-PK. I checked redhat bz, then freedesktop and gnome one and I could not find any duplicates.
I need to check if the next update will do the same. The logs might become handy meanwhile. I'll attach all the relevant log files right now.
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Screenshot of the problem
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This is the verbose log of packagekitd
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My gnome-packagekit GConf settings
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pkcon get-updates (certainly not useful, almost same as yum)
I fixed this bug in gnome git a few days ago. I'll patch rawhide on Monday.
Ho, great! I usually check the git logs and did not, it would have bought both of us some time :p
Fixed in rawhide.