On Wednesday 25 April 2012 12.48.43 Lars Hecking wrote: > Peter Kjellstr??m writes: > > On Wednesday 25 April 2012 10.53.46 Lars Hecking wrote: > > ... > > > > > > "yum remove kmod-bnx2" is suggested way to remove packages in a > > > > dependency- > > > > aware way. > > > > > > Slightly different situation here - I'm working off a local repo for > > > > > > kickstart installations, so I don't want to install it in the first > > > place. > > > For that to happen, I need to exclude kmod-cnic as well or the bnx2 rpm > > > gets pulled in anyway. > > > > Interesting, are you saying that any standard install package selection > > includes these updated drivers? > > I'm using a custom group that install pretty much everything. Ok, not > really everything, but about three quartes of all >6k packages. The local > repo is a repomanage merge of os and updates tree. Let me rephrase that, did you explicitly select these packages or did a group pull them in? /Peter
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