Michael Schwendt wrote: > On 16/09/2007, François Patte wrote: >> I tried to update my computer today, using yum update. I got this answer: >> >> Setting up Update Process >> Setting up repositories >> Reading repository metadata in from local files >> Setting up Package Sacks >> Reading Local RPMDB >> Building updates object >> No Packages marked for Update/Obsoletion >> >> At least it should have updated the kernel: I am running a 2.6.20 kernel >> and 2.6.22 is on fedora update server..... > > Where is the proof? Also show which repositories you have enabled. And > in particular, that you don't get an out-of-date mirror. Show that > this is reproducible after a "yum clean metadata". > It may also help to know what plugins to you he has. If he has one of the ones that will not update the kernel unless there are update for add-on kernel modules for it, and he has an add-on that is provided by a repo that is not enabled, he will not see the kernel updates. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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