Updating problems again

Hello,

OMV LX 3.03

KDE

Upon updating …

A requested package cannot be installed:
gdb-headless-8.0.1-2-omv2015.0.x86_64 (due to unsatisfied urpmi-debuginfo-install)

I confirm.

Bug report for this issue. Maybe one of you would be so kind as to go to bug report and confirm it?

Done.

From bug report:

Colin Close 2017-12-28 08:48:07 CET

Further investigations of this problem have revealed that the missing package resides in the debug-main/updates repo. It ends up there because it has debuginfo in its name.
It is debatable whether it should be there as it actually contains no debuginfo but just a short shell script to help with the installation of debug packages.
It nay be moved in the future but for now the fix is to enable the main_debug/updates repository for you chosen architecture.

Edit: Link to missing package: HERE.

Downloaded the uprmi-debug package.

Now, I could install the updates but had lots of invalid key ID packages.
I think I’ll wait until they get valid keys …

This issue has now been fixed by renaming the offending package…

It seems we have a new one,

  A requested package cannot be installed:
    webmin-1.840-4-omv2015.0.noarch (due to unsatisfied perl(WebminUI::Submit))
    Continue installation anyway? (Y/n) n

Well I guess that is what the testing repo is for, at least I assume that came from the testing repo.
After checking it seems it doesn’t. Looks like somebody published direct to updates again. Why oh why?

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No. I have no testing repo on!

medium "main (Einsteinium3.0-1)" is up-to-date
medium "main updates (Einsteinium3.0-2)" is up-to-date
medium "Main32 (Einsteinium3.0-3)" is up-to-date
medium "Main32 Updates (Einsteinium3.0-4)" is up-to-date
medium "contrib (Einsteinium3.0-5)" is up-to-date
medium "contrib updates (Einsteinium3.0-6)" is up-to-date
medium "contrib32 (Einsteinium3.0-7)" is up-to-date
medium "contrib32 updates (Einsteinium3.0-8)" is up-to-date
medium "non-free (Einsteinium3.0-9)" is up-to-date
medium "non-free updates (Einsteinium3.0-10)" is up-to-date
medium "Non-free32 (Einsteinium3.0-11)" is up-to-date
medium "Non-free32 Updates (Einsteinium3.0-12)" is up-to-date
medium "restricted (Einsteinium3.0-13)" is up-to-date
medium "restricted updates (Einsteinium3.0-14)" is up-to-date
A requested package cannot be installed:
webmin-1.840-4-omv2015.0.noarch (due to unsatisfied perl(WebminUI::DynamicText))
Continue installation anyway? (Y/n) n

BTW I noticed just now on ABF (web interface) I can build with cooker platform only but I can publish into repository cooker/contrib, 3.0/contrib, openmandriva2014.0/contrib, openmandirva_personal/mail.

I’ve reverted the last commit on webmin and a new build is in progress. This one will be no different from the one before the breakage so I will push it as soon as it is built. This is just a fix for the updates problem I’m afraid that for some reason the package still doesn’t work. I filed a bug about this some time ago unfortunately the package was pushed directly to updates rather that through the testing repo so it went out broken anyway.
Hopefully someone will be able to fix it at some point.

Update: This package installation has now been properly fixed.

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When I execute below command,
[root@pujitha-pc ~]# urpmi --update --auto-select

I get this type of behavior in the processor usage. Any one had such?

As far as I can tell this is normal.

This is fixed now.