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RE: Fusionforge Repo oddities [ Reply ]
By: Graham Miller on 2018-04-26 12:44
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That did the trick thanks Franck..

On RC1 now and installed scmgit which showed up straight away and allowed me to enable within a project.

Many thanks for your help on these issues.

Cheers, graham

RE: Fusionforge Repo oddities [ Reply ]
By: Franck Villaume on 2018-04-26 07:17
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Hi,

yes, remove and install. The db & the configuration will be kept.

RE: Fusionforge Repo oddities [ Reply ]
By: Graham Miller on 2018-04-25 22:20
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Unfortunately that does not work either. Shame, I thought that had a good chance... What's the next step? Uninstall, and install?

$ sudo yum reinstall fusionforge
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks
fusionforge-6.1 | 2.9 kB 00:00:00
fusionforge-6.1/primary_db | 27 kB 00:00:01
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* base: mirror.aarnet.edu.au
* epel: mirror.aarnet.edu.au
* extras: mirror.aarnet.edu.au
* updates: mirror.aarnet.edu.au
Installed package fusionforge-6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos.noarch (from fusionforge-6.1) not available.
Error: Nothing to do


RE: Fusionforge Repo oddities [ Reply ]
By: Franck Villaume on 2018-04-24 18:09
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Yes, that is weird.... And I think it is due of the name of the rpm package, therefore the beta rpm packaging was wrong...

Can you try:
yum reinstall fusionforge



Fusionforge Repo oddities [ Reply ]
By: Graham Miller on 2018-04-23 05:06
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I am running fusionforge-6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos.noarch installed from the fusionforge-6.1 repo.

I went to install the fusionforge-plugin-scmgit.noarch plugin and was told it required fusionforge-common = 6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos

Can anyone tell me if this is a repo issue or yum at my end?

So we need to update from 6.1.0beta2-1 to 6.1.0-1.rc1 ...
$ sudo yum install fusionforge-6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos
Package matching fusionforge-6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos.noarch already installed. Checking for update.
Nothing to do

But...
$ sudo yum info fusionforge
Installed Packages
Name : fusionforge
Arch : noarch
Version : 6.1.0beta2
Release : 1.201803251148.el7.centos
Size : 0.0
Repo : installed
From repo : fusionforge-6.1

So what about the components of the package rpm ...
$ sudo yum list fusionforge*
Installed Packages
fusionforge.noarch 6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos @fusionforge-6.1
fusionforge-common.noarch 6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos @fusionforge-6.1
fusionforge-db-local.noarch 6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos @fusionforge-6.1
fusionforge-scm.noarch 6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos @fusionforge-6.1
fusionforge-shell.noarch 6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos @fusionforge-6.1
fusionforge-web.noarch 6.1.0beta2-1.201803251148.el7.centos @fusionforge-6.1

$ sudo yum update fusionforge-common
No packages marked for update


I have tried:-
$ sudo yum -v clean expire-cache
Adding en_AU.UTF-8 to language list
Config time: 0.013
Adding en_AU to language list
Yum version: 3.4.3
Cleaning repos: base epel extras fusionforge-6.1 updates
8 metadata files removed

$ sudo yum update fusionforge-6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos
No package fusionforge-6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos available.
No packages marked for update

$ sudo yum update --enablerepo fusionforge-6.1 fusionforge-6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos
No package fusionforge-6.1.0-1.rc1.201804221851.el7.centos available.
No packages marked for update

Look forward to a hint or two.

Thanks, Graham