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Old 24th February 2012, 02:23 AM
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on-fatal POSTTRANS scriptlet failure in rpm package httpd-2.2.22-1.fc16.i686

I just ran a yum update and I get

on-fatal POSTTRANS scriptlet failure in rpm package httpd-2.2.22-1.fc16.i686

Anybody know if this is a problem or if it will be fixed?

I ran a yum update on a few other Fedora boxes and I get the same error so it doesn't seen to be a problem with my box.
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