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| [[User: ericb|Eric Blake]]
 
| [[User: ericb|Eric Blake]]
| Tested fedup-0.9.2-1.fc20 on a Fedora20 VM (x86_64). Specifying --product workstation downloaded lots of files, but then failed to find GPG key.  Trying again with --nogpgcheck added got further, but then complained I didn't have enough free space. After finally getting 3G free, I got a warning that "yum-3.4.3-505.fc22.noarch requires yum-3.4.3-505.fc22.noarch" which looks weird, but it let me reboot to upgrade ({{bz|1214931}}). After reboot, I met with display corruption ({{bz|1214830}}), as well as a hang rather than reboot after all packages were updated and file systems were unmounted ({{bz|1209941}}). Once I got F22 booting, the initial gdm screen had no mouse cursor (I could still move the mouse until something highlights, and then click, but it's hard to move without seeing a cursor); the cursor returned once it logged in to the normal session.  A 'dnf update' succeeded once I was booted, but trying 'yum' in F22 has a missing newline ({{bz|1214839}}).
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| Tested fedup-0.9.2-1.fc20 on a Fedora20 VM (x86_64). Specifying --product workstation downloaded lots of files, but then failed to find GPG key.  Trying again with --nogpgcheck added got further, but then complained I didn't have enough free space. After finally getting 3G free, I got a warning that "yum-3.4.3-505.fc22.noarch requires yum-3.4.3-505.fc22.noarch" which looks weird, but it let me reboot to upgrade {{bz|1214931}}. After reboot, I met with display corruption {{bz|1214830}}, as well as a hang rather than reboot after all packages were updated and file systems were unmounted {{bz|1209941}}. Once I got F22 booting, the initial gdm screen had no mouse cursor (I could still move the mouse until something highlights, and then click, but it's hard to move without seeing a cursor); the cursor returned once it logged in to the normal session.  A 'dnf update' succeeded once I was booted, but trying 'yum' in F22 has a missing newline {{bz|1214839}}.
 
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| [[User:potty|Abdel Martínez]]
 
| [[User:potty|Abdel Martínez]]

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