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Old 19th December 2011, 07:01 PM
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Re: yum and Python

PS: can I just try 'yum update sip' .. no risk?
But when you did "yum update" before, it seemed to indicate all your packages were updated to latest available.
Yes, or you could also try "yum reinstall sip".. shouldn't hurt anything either way.

---------- Post added at 01:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:52 PM ----------

I have python 2.6 2 newly installed, shouldn't I look for a version python2-sip etc? even if I don't find on the net, they're not in the http://archive.fedoraproject.org/pub...tes/12/x86_64/ page.
but should I run yum install python2-sip python2-sip-devel ?
No. You shouldn't be making up package names in your head. you should be using YUM to show what is available to you from the F12 repos. Because some other packager outside of Fedora uses a package name like python2-whatever, doesn't mean that the Fedora python-whatever isn't the same thing.
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