Le mercredi 07 mars 2018 à 11:31 -0500, Stephen John Smoogen a écrit :
> I don't know if this is useful but in the RHL and early Fedora days,
> the way to do inplace upgrades was to first update just the 'core'
> tools needed by rpm.
It is quite insane, that, to this day, users are expected to know the
rpm stack better than dnf, and tell it to update it first.
KNOWING THE PACKAGE INFRA STACK STACK IS THE INSTALLER JOB
whenever dnf hits a repo with an updated rpm stack, it should update the
system rpm stack to this updated stack by default in a separate
transaction, before installing anything from this repo.
That’s all it takes to stop wasting our time and Fedora user’s time on
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