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Old 13th February 2010, 15:19
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Default yum update - No Packages marked for Update

I'm on Fedora 10. It has been several weeks now. I and the output of yum update is:

"No Packages marked for Updated"

I have already checked /etc/yum.repos.d/ and my fedora and fedora update repos are set to enabled=1

This is a dedicated server that I have updated frequently. I have not installed RPM fusion, I have not enabled rawhide, and I have not used any of the testing repos - ever.

I also ran:

yum clean all ... etc and there are no errors.

I can install new packages.
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Old 14th February 2010, 14:59
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Default RE: Fedora 10 End of Life Notice

Thanks Falko ... That is what I thought might be the case.

Do you have any experience with yum updates of the OS? It is still not recommended, but I want to minimize the downtime when I do migrate to the new stable version.

I have some packages that I complied from source and I know some things will get broken. This is always a big task.

I will say, however, with the newer releases of Linux it seems to be getting easier every time.
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