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Old 01-18-2006, 07:08 AM   #1
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FC4: Kernel Upgrade: Yum no longer loads

Hi everyone,

Fairly new to linux, and starting to attempt to teach myself C++ (read the first chapter attempted a couple of trial codes which would not built.)

My question is about s Linux app, a graphical front end for YUM called Yum Extender. I like it, nice to use. However, after upgrading to the 2.6.14 kernel in FC4, it will no longer load. I get the following when running from the console:

Parsing error Line 13 '[]\n'

Can it be fixed or do I have to uninstall and install again?



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