Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 59827
upgrade adds packages
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:40:24 EDT
I first did a clean install (from cdrom) of 7.2 sleecting custom with default +
kde + development + etc.
I then did an nfs upgrade to 7.2.90. I seem to get a number of "extra" packages
installed. This includes asts-devel, brahms, cups, cups-libs, emacs, emacs-el,
Of these, only cups-libs was required by another package (kdelibs).
To me this is an error. In addition, since LPRng is still the "default" even is
cups is being shipped, kdelibs should not require it. Furthermore, both LPRng
(lpd) and cups (cups) are being started at boot time.
This is mostly due to files moving between packages and anaconda being smart and
brining the new packages along for the upgrade. The cups and LPRng both
starting mess should all be better by beta 3
There are still a few oddities, but things are pretty clean now. Closing out.