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Old 4th March 2007, 01:48 PM
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Yum pointing to wrong repos after upgrade from fc5 to fc6

Hi, first time posting here after looking for hours for an answer. I just upgraded a notebook and my desktop using yum, moving from Fedora 5 to 6. As the titles says, my main issue is yum (and yumex) "insisting" in downloading FC 5's packages instead of 6's. Curiously, this did not happen with the notebook (which I upgraded first), although yum's performance in the notebook is somewhat sloppy. I have checked yum's repos configuration and everything seems to the ok. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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