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Old 31st May 2012, 01:50 AM
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steel bank common lisp hung during install F17

preupgrade F16->F17

during final install

hung on steel bank common lisp install

I returned to F16 and using yumex I deleted

steel bank common lisp

and restarted installation to hang on

steel bank common lisp install


yumex posted prob 400-500 messages
that zoomed by.

kept restarting and the install finally finished

problem is the kernel is still F16

yum update did nothing...guess its back to installing F17 from DVD


[root@lmkiii etc]# cat system-release
Fedora release 17 (Beefy Miracle)
[root@lmkiii etc]#
[root@lmkiii etc]# uname -r

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