Originally Posted by Gethyn
I don't think you need any of those packages (unless you installed them on purpose). Maybe try removing them. If you don't want to do that, you can always use the --exclude option to exclude any packages that cause errors from being updated by yum. Someone else was complaining of errors with the same (or similar) packages the other day, you might try looking for their post and maybe seeing if they have any advice on how they got around the problem.
OK, I've found the thread:
sorry link not allowed for me
First I did 'yum update kernel*', I updated to 2.6.14-1.1656_FC4,
followed by 'yum update' that reduce error to one:
Error: Missing Dependency: ocaml = 3.09.1-1.fc4 is needed by package labltk
so I did 'yum --exclude labltk update' and so on until it work:
yum --exclude labltk --exclude lablgl --exclude lablgtk update
and finally updated:
Install 11 Package(s)
Update 230 Package(s)
Remove 0 Package(s)
Total download size: 597 M
But strangely after that last update my kernel were updated again and this time to an earlier version 2.6.14-1.1653_FC4??? and worst or gladly, they were not install in the same location as the others; /usr/src/kernels!
So I removed the 2.6.14-1.1653_FC4 kernel with yumex, who automatically remove those too:
Which are the errors I've got in the fist place (see top).
To make a long story short, if I understand right, yum update try to update two different kernel at the time.
What do you think?