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Old 9th February 2013, 07:44 PM
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Question F18 Yum Update query

Hi all!

Just ran 'sudo yum update' on my F18 system (Acer Aspire One, 1.6GHz Atom, Linux 3.7.6-201.fc18.i686) and it updated 91 packages:


Dependency Installed:
libreport-fedora.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18

Updated:
abrt.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 abrt-addon-ccpp.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
abrt-addon-kerneloops.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 abrt-addon-python.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
abrt-addon-vmcore.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 abrt-addon-xorg.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
abrt-dbus.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 abrt-desktop.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
abrt-gui.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 abrt-libs.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
abrt-plugin-bodhi.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 abrt-retrace-client.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
fflas-ffpack-devel.i686 0:1.6.0-3.fc18 gcr.i686 0:3.6.2-3.fc18
gdb.i686 0:7.5.1-36.fc18 givaro.i686 0:3.7.2-1.fc18
givaro-devel.i686 0:3.7.2-1.fc18 gstreamer1-plugins-good.i686 0:1.0.5-3.fc18
iproute.i686 0:3.6.0-6.fc18 java-1.7.0-openjdk.i686 1:1.7.0.9-2.3.5.3.fc18
java-1.7.0-openjdk-devel.i686 1:1.7.0.9-2.3.5.3.fc18 libipa_hbac.i686 0:1.9.4-3.fc18
libjpeg-turbo.i686 0:1.2.90-1.fc18 libjpeg-turbo-devel.i686 0:1.2.90-1.fc18
libldb.i686 0:1.1.15-2.fc18 libreport.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
libreport-filesystem.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 libreport-gtk.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
libreport-newt.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 libreport-plugin-bugzilla.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
libreport-plugin-kerneloops.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 libreport-plugin-logger.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
libreport-plugin-ureport.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 libreport-python.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18
libreport-web.i686 0:2.1.1-1.fc18 libsmbclient.i686 2:4.0.3-1.fc18
libsss_idmap.i686 0:1.9.4-3.fc18 libtalloc.i686 0:2.0.8-1.fc18
libtdb.i686 0:1.2.11-1.fc18 libwbclient.i686 2:4.0.3-1.fc18
linbox.i686 0:1.3.2-9.fc18 linbox-devel.i686 0:1.3.2-9.fc18
m4rie.i686 0:20120613-3.fc18 m4rie-devel.i686 0:20120613-3.fc18
minicom.i686 0:2.5-10.fc18 openssh.i686 0:6.1p1-5.fc18
openssh-clients.i686 0:6.1p1-5.fc18 openssh-server.i686 0:6.1p1-5.fc18
perl.i686 4:5.16.2-238.fc18 perl-CPAN.noarch 0:1.9800-238.fc18
perl-Carp.noarch 0:1.26-238.fc18 perl-Data-Dumper.i686 0:2.135.06-238.fc18
perl-Digest.noarch 0:1.17-238.fc18 perl-Digest-MD5.i686 0:2.51-238.fc18
perl-ExtUtils-Install.noarch 0:1.58-238.fc18 perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker.noarch 0:6.63.2-238.fc18
perl-ExtUtils-Manifest.noarch 0:1.61-238.fc18 perl-ExtUtils-ParseXS.noarch 1:3.16-238.fc18
perl-HTTP-Tiny.noarch 0:0.017-238.fc18 perl-Module-Pluggable.noarch 1:4.00-238.fc18
perl-PathTools.i686 0:3.39.2-238.fc18 perl-Pod-Escapes.noarch 1:1.04-238.fc18
perl-Pod-Parser.noarch 0:1.51-238.fc18 perl-Pod-Perldoc.noarch 0:3.17.00-238.fc18
perl-Pod-Simple.noarch 1:3.20-238.fc18 perl-Scalar-List-Utils.i686 0:1.25-238.fc18
perl-Test-Harness.noarch 0:3.23-238.fc18 perl-Test-Simple.noarch 0:0.98-238.fc18
perl-devel.i686 4:5.16.2-238.fc18 perl-libs.i686 4:5.16.2-238.fc18
perl-macros.i686 4:5.16.2-238.fc18 perl-parent.noarch 1:0.225-238.fc18
perl-threads.i686 0:1.86-238.fc18 perl-threads-shared.i686 0:1.40-238.fc18
polybori.i686 0:0.8.3-1.fc18 polybori-devel.i686 0:0.8.3-1.fc18
postgresql-libs.i686 0:9.2.3-1.fc18 pulseaudio.i686 0:2.1-6.fc18
pulseaudio-libs.i686 0:2.1-6.fc18 pulseaudio-libs-glib2.i686 0:2.1-6.fc18
pulseaudio-module-bluetooth.i686 0:2.1-6.fc18 pulseaudio-module-x11.i686 0:2.1-6.fc18
pulseaudio-utils.i686 0:2.1-6.fc18 pytalloc.i686 0:2.0.8-1.fc18
python-polybori.i686 0:0.8.3-1.fc18 samba.i686 2:4.0.3-1.fc18
samba-common.i686 2:4.0.3-1.fc18 samba-libs.i686 2:4.0.3-1.fc18
sssd.i686 0:1.9.4-3.fc18 sssd-client.i686 0:1.9.4-3.fc18
yum-utils.noarch 0:1.1.31-9.fc18



My point is that nearly all of these are from the 'updates-testing' repository.

Should I still be using this now F18 is 'live'? Or does it not matter?

Just want to be sure. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Old 9th February 2013, 11:53 PM
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Re: F18 Yum Update query

That is entirely up to you.

I have had excellent results with leaving the updates-testing repo enabled on my machines here, but there is a chance that an update will get in there that might break something. It hasn't happened often, but it can happen.

If you disable the updates-testing repo, it will be a little longer before you receive the update, but it goes through a little more user testing before being pushed to the regular updates repo.

It's mainly just a matter of choice whether you enable or disable the updates-testing repo.

Edit:
I would recommend that if you have kmod packages installed from rpmfusion, and you have the Fedora updates-testing repo enabled, then you also enable the rpmfuison updates-testing repos so that you will get the kernel modules when you update your kernel.
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Old 11th February 2013, 04:27 PM
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Re: F18 Yum Update query

Thanks, D Delton, think I'll leave it as it working!
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