Hi all,I just installed a Virtual Machine with CentOS (via Asterisknow) ; and when I want to update it via "yum update", it wants to install over 200 packages. One of those i... [by AlainC]
on 02/13/2010 – Made popular on 02/13/2010
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on my Samsung Chronos laptop. My upgrade manager is set to run each Friday. A couple of weeks ago, and today, Update Manager lists quite a few KDE related packages it wants to update. I do not use KDE. I decided at the outset I would try out Unity for a while, and it turned out that I liked it quite a bit.
I'm running Fedora 17 now for about 2 months. Today I ran the Software Update and there are approximately 50-75 packages to be updated. After dependencies had been resolved and the packages started downloading for approximately 15 minutes, I received this message:
"The software is not signed by a trusted provider.
I've installed the x64 gnome live cd on my machine (3 year old dell desktop workstation) and for few howrs all worked fine. Then I decided to update to the latest packages with"yum update" and after the update was successful done I continued to use my machine for few more hours.
I would like to update all the packages in my installation of OpenSolaris 2009.06. When I run "pfexec pkg image-update" I get the message that no updates are available for my image. But I know for a fact that my system has version 6.7 of Netbeans (when the latest version is 6.9), version 6 update 13 for Java (when the latest version is update 21), and so on.
Hey guys,the problem started with the /lib to /usr/lib switch. I tried to update the system according to the instructions in the wiki article.The second turn to run "pacman -Su" revealed that I still had packages owning files in /lib, namely owned by the kernel.