Paul Howarth wrote:
I don't think so, my experience is the same as David's. I've yum updated a number of packages, and the latest ones on the list from rpm -qa --last are dated the day I updated my FC4 to FC5. This must be a bug that should be reported.David Timms wrote:Anne Wilson wrote:I only see a heap of files that were installed over a 6 minute period during the actual FC5 install (during last week), none of the rpms installed/upgraded since installation, and definitely not the most recent ones (eg xmms/perl-Video-DVDrip etc) that where only installed last night. Did you find that it showed updates that have been applied with yum/pirut/pup ? or even your most recent ones ?On Wednesday 29 March 2006 10:21, Sjoerd Mullender wrote:You have to specify which packages you want to list. E.g. use -a (all)as well: rpm -qa --lastMakes sense. Nice - and covers a reasonable length of time. ThanksIt should show the time of installation of every package in the rpm database (regardless of the application used to install them), sorted newest first.Is it possible your clock was wildly wrong when your recent packages were installed?Paul.