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Old 28th January 2011, 12:59 PM
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Plugin presto for yum


Yesterday i have installed F14 and then went to the comand line to update the system via yum update. It was about 860MB of updates in 430 packages. The strange thing is that only one package was a delta rpm and all other were normal rpm. Is Fedora giving up on presto or it needs some special configuration?


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Old 28th January 2011, 01:11 PM
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Re: Plugin presto for yum

I think drpm only works if you update from version x -> x+1 (i.e. incremental update). Anything more and you need the entire rpm.

I assume there has been more than one update for most programs since F14 was released which is why all but one of your updates were normal rpms.

I don't know the fully details so can't explain any further.
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