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Re: What repository to choose + kernel backwards compatibility



>     Are you sure you have not enabled a development repo?  I ask because
> the problem you
> are describing has been discussed on the test list. does your 404 error
> end with
> /headers/headers.info?
>
>     I must suggest you look through your .repo files to ensure that you
> are not pointing to a
> development repo by mistake.
>

Thanks found the offending files in /etc/yum.repos.d

Not that I have enabled something by mistake... this is set like that by 
anaconda.

Andy

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