I poked around the archives for similar cases, but couldn't find a match to this problem.
I'm upgrading my MythTV box's Fedora 7 install prior to upgrading MythTV itself. Right now it's happily running:
[root@mythtv ~]# echo $KVER
I disabled atrpms and freshrpms by editing their repos.d files. I also have protectbase installed. Here is what yum can access right now:
[root@mythtv ~]# yum repolist
Loading "protectbase" plugin
repo id repo name status
adobe-linux-i386 Adobe Systems Incorporated enabled
fedora Fedora 7 - i386 enabled
livna Livna for Fedora Core 7 - i386 - Base enabled
updates Fedora 7 - i386 - Updates enabled
I ran 'yum clean all'
'yum upgrade' checks what it needs to upgrade, checks dependencies, downloads the 360 of so files, and gets to the point where it runs a transaction test. Then it spews hundreds of messages like the following:
seq.ko conflicts between attempted installs of kernel-184.108.40.206
-80.fc7 and kernel-220.127.116.11-80.fc7
Huh? There's a conflict between two installs of the same kernel?
I'm guessing that I haven't trimmed my repository list enough . . . are there any there that should go?
Also, earlier on when I DID have freshrpms installed, it had trouble finding the online repository information. Has this changed? Should I even bother with freshrpms?