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Old 19th July 2010, 05:58 PM
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Checking for libraries currently in use?

I have just installed from the Live Cd (Fedora 13). So far so good except that I have just installed the updates (which has taken some time) .
The updater screen shows a full progress bar and next to the progress bar is this text " checking for libraries currently in use" this has been at least one hour showing the same thing, it hasn't changed (PC is still running OK). Does this mean I can safely quit and the updates will be OK or should I keep waiting for a reboot screen or updates success message ? Is this normal, if so how long does it usually take to complete?
Thanks in advance for any help

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Old 21st July 2010, 04:28 PM
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Re: Checking for libraries currently in use?

had the same problem.....

i've click on QUIT and restart the app. Everything OK with the updates.

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