#rpm -qa ¦ sort > rpmout
Have a look in the file rpmout that you've just created, and look for duplicated entries.
I wouldn't worry too much, though - the only packege I've found that up2date installs rather than updates is the kernel binary package (even the kernel-source package is updated rather than just installed)
You can tell up2date not to install the packages, and just to download them (I think they get stored in /var/spool/up2date). You can then install them with (from the /var/spool/up2date directory)
#rpm -Uvh *.rpm
if you want to update, or
#rpm -ivh *.rpm
if you want to install the new packages beside the old ones (rpm may not allow installing of multiple instances of the same package - Your Milage May (as usual) Vary.
Last edited by ilikejam; 10-20-2003 at 03:35 PM.