Description of problem:
`Unable to send message to PackageKit` at end of `yum update`
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Unable to send message to PackageKit
Yes, we disabled packagekit because it logs for no reason, see
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=739076, but when I comfortably run yum from the CLI I did not request any packagekit action, nor do I expect any.
I just want it to update whatever I ask it to.
So this is typically another case where stuff becomes intertwangled for no reason. Ever try to uninstall ntfsprogs on a box that will never see ntfs?
And that is small issue.
Or tried to remove PackageKit?
So why is yum suddenly leaning on PK?
And bothering me with that?
Don't blame yum :) it is PK there is installing a yum plugin there trigger PK when a transaction is complete
yum remove PackageKit-yum-plugin
should fix that