Originally Posted by Undy
Did you using the --skip-broken argument?
yum --skip-broken update
I tried that argument, and it seemed to get around it. Thanks! Other methods I tried were the ones at the bottom of the terminal output such as package-cleanup --dupes, package-cleanup --problems, etc. but those did not resolve the issue. I also tried running "yum clean all" and "rpm --rebuilddb" and that didn't fix it either.
But yours did, thanks! Also, using that method, am I not going to get a full update? It seems like I'm missing something that my system needs.