I'm giving Fedora rawhide a bit of a test - I usually test out Ubuntu's dev build.
Anyway after confirming my repo sources for some reason when I selected all updates and clicked apply, nothing happened in the update system GUI. So I closed it and used the update applet instead.
I've got 312 updates, cool, gimme the goodness. Then I find that the package manager has wigged out of the whole upgrade just because it has problem dependencies on one package. A feature I've taken for granted so far in Ubuntu is that apt will simply hold back problem dependencies but still give the user those packages that are ok to upgrade.
In Fedora it just wiggs out on the whole upgrade.
Is there a way to tell the package manager to hold back problems and just install the OK packages?