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Old 30th May 2011, 07:04 AM
Jamwa Offline
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Remove broken NetworkManager from Yum Repository

I have suffered the same fate as many who have yum updated to the latest NetworkManager; "The system network services are not compatible with this version."

Could this faulty package then be removed from the repos so that many others do not suffer the same fate?

By the way I am yet to resolve this error on my box :-(
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Old 30th May 2011, 03:08 PM
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Re: Remove broken NetworkManager from Yum Repository

You can fix this issue with either # yum downgrade if you have a local repo configured (and temporarily disabling all the other repos) or by executing # rpm -Uvh --oldpackage
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