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    Translation, please....

    Greetings all. In advance, thank you for looking at this thread. This am, I ran the normal manual update. Currently running F29. As I upgraded the desktop pc (Mac i7) this weekend & all is running well, I was preparing to do the dnf upgrade on the aging laptop. Back to my issue. I start running the update, & before much happens, I'm met with the following:

    Modular dependency problems:

    Problem 1: module tokei:rolling:2920190424130518:7d650156-0.i686 requires module(libgit2:0.27), but none of the providers can be installed
    - module libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module bat:latest:2920190608081801:1f521964-0.i686 requires module(libgit2:0.28), but none of the providers can be installed
    - module libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686
    - conflicting requests
    Problem 2: module tokei:rolling:2920190424130518:7d650156-0.i686 requires module(libgit2:0.27), but none of the providers can be installed
    - module libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190606170438:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module silver:rolling:2920190608092801:1f521964-0.i686 requires module(libgit2:0.28), but none of the providers can be installed
    - module libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:20180926125215:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.27) provided by libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686
    - module libgit2:0.27:2920190128145600:6c81f848-0.i686 conflicts with module(libgit2:0.28) provided by libgit2:0.28:2920190407181355:6c81f848-0.i686
    - conflicting requests


    The antique machine specs are at : https://forums.fedoraforum.org/showt...it-first/page4 post 59.


    The questions must be asked, "What did I do? Did I do anything........dumb, wrong, please add correct adjective (Don't worry about offending me, I've been married for decades, & have 3 adult daughters, 2 of them, living at home. I would consider the worst anyone on the forum could say about me, a compliment!). Should I simply save all, & do a clean install of F30?" Other than the update glitch, the laptop runs like a freight train, Doesn't care what I throw at it, it simply gets the job done. Again, thanks for reading this, & in advance for any suggestions, help, et cetera.
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    Re: Translation, please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennzo
    As always, "Thank you!".
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    Re: Translation, please....

    Did you enable updates-testing repository? That URL's bug seems to only occur if someone uses updates-testing

    This would filter the installed list of packages on your system for the ones coming from updates-testing
    Code:
    dnf list installed | grep -E '@updates-testing\s*$'
    (the \s*$ is to allow for whitespace on the end of the repo name, dnf list installed seems to leave spaces on the end of the lines)

    Unless you did something on purpose, it's odd to have updates-testing because you have to 'opt into' it

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    Re: Translation, please....

    Quote Originally Posted by marko
    Did you enable updates-testing repository? That URL's bug seems to only occur if someone uses updates-testing

    This would filter the installed list of packages on your system for the ones coming from updates-testing
    Code:
    dnf list installed | grep -E '@updates-testing\s*$'
    (the \s*$ is to allow for whitespace on the end of the repo name, dnf list installed seems to leave spaces on the end of the lines)

    Unless you did something on purpose, it's odd to have updates-testing because you have to 'opt into' it
    Some time back, I enabled testing repos to help with some issue. It worked. Since then, I've kept them enabled. This is the first time, in years, that they've been an issue.
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