On Tue, 04 Jun 2013 14:52:28 +0200, Jiri Moskovcak wrote:
- no, but you can send your coredump to the retrace server...
That provides less information than interactive investigation of the core
>If I download the rpms some way (which I did above) is there a supported way
>of building the local mock chroot from them?
- build your own repository from the downloaded packages and
configure mock to use it
The problem is that those files have dependencies on other files from Fedora
repository and when I give yum access to the Fedora repository yum installs
newer files than those I requested.
>[ This was my mail above about, yum is still forcing me to use
newer rpms. ]
- this is a bug in yum [rhbz#771841] you have to either provide
exact versions of all packages or yum will pull the latest and
update even the depending packages ignoring the version specified on
[rhbz#771841] seems to address the issue described above, great.
I will try to use 'yum upgrade-to' if it solves the problem for me.
# There was no way yum in it's current state could do the work for us, so we
# wrote our own chroot installer.
Maybe it could be added to yum-utils.