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Re: Not good

On Saturday 03 April 2004 16:16, Gene Czarcinski wrote:
> On Saturday 03 April 2004 15:48, Daniel J Walsh wrote:
> > Submit a bug report on the problem with Up2date.  It should not have
> > blown away the old package.
> I have in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=119538
> but the deleting problem may be buried in the report.  My initial problem
> was with the kernel and it did not actually delete the package since
> kernels are install only.  However, when it happened with gdm, yes it
> deleted the package.
> Should I submit a new report?  One of the problems is that I have moved on
> (added more updates and will be doing more in a couple of minutes) and,
> although I have all of the intermediate packages, it will be difficult to
> actually recreate the problem.  I do not like creating bug reports that I
> cannot reproduce.

Well, that was interesting.  I just ran up2date to update  
policy/policy-sources from 1.9.2-5 to 1.9.2-9 and policycoreutils from 
1.9.1-1 to 1.9.2-1 and up2date said everything went OK.  Trusting person that 
I am I did a "rpm -qa polic*" and what I got was:


Well, it did not delete without installing ... but it did not delete after 


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