I have a little problem when updating my nvidia system: usually new kernel
updates pushes the matching kmod-nvidia package to be updated too (which is
nice) but in the process removes old ones, tipically the ones the system is
using at that moment. I'm not a fan of rebooting except when absolutely
need and this behavior makes mad gnome-shell when I restart it (it eats
lots of memory due to memory leaks from hell).
Do you have any tip to keep just certain packages not removed when
updating? using yum -x or /etc/yum/protect.d/* seems no to work for this.
Thanks in advance.
I am using the standard nvidia kmod on f17. I was surprised today, when
doing yum update, that I got a new kernel installed without the
corresponding nvidia kmod.
I thought this was fixed long ago? Shouldn't the deps be setup to prevent
this from happening?
I know how to rescue my system, but many users might not.
I was considering setting up a mirror of the rpmfusion repo, just wondering if I have enough disk space for it, before I commit. Does anyone happen to know the size of the rpmfusion repo? I Googled around for it but it but couldn't find anything.
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