,My yum was working fine. I was just trying to remove cache from yum through yum cleanall, after that i tried to do yum update, but it failed to do update and giving following errorbash-4.1# yum update Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, refresh-package..
allI have a number of machines that are out of sync with one another by virtue of having done a yum update after a base 6.2 install at different times (all were previous CentOS 5.3) Consequently, systems are a mix of 2.6.32-220.7.1, 2.6.32-220.1..
Namely: hivex hivex-devel librdmac librdmac-devel sanlock-libs sanlock-develand maybe others.Is this on purpose (I dont know if upstream has removed or updated the 32-bit rpms, but the old ones are still in C6.3/x86_64), or is it just the usual sloppyn..
I am trying to update i386/686 4.4 to 4.9I found this: In /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo, comment out the mirrorlist directives and replace with:baseurl=http://vault.CentOS.org/4.9/os/$basearchWhich I did.My error is now:yum updateSetting up Upd..
Greetings- I have a few custom kernel parameters being passed to a CentOS box via the /boot/grub/grub.conf file. However, if there is a kernel update, and grub.conf is regenerated, how do I ensure my custom parameters are: a. left in place on the ol..
Two related questions about the minor release numbers (e.g. the x in 5.x or 6.x) :1) What constitutes the o.s. being at a particluar minor release? Typically, when you install you are getting a package set available from a specific minor release numb..
At the moment it seems my machines just update to the latest current release . I install a 6.0 machine and run yum update , and next thing its 6.2 .I have a requirement where I need machines to only upgrade to even numbered sub releases eg: 6…
So I updated my guest from 5.1 to 5.8 via a complete yum update, many many packages BTW.I shutdown the guest, change its Disk bus from IDE to Virtio and then upon boot, I get kernel panics as no disk can be found. I do get the splash screen at fi..
I am also using a meta-package to ease installation of official *Office. It is far from perfect, because it dont work if I just do yum update openoffice, I have to uninstall openoffice* ooobasis* and then install again openoffice (or libreoffice now)..