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Yum exclude list and Perl

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Antarius, Feb 9, 2005.

  1. Antarius

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    Soiuld I include "perl*" or just "perl" to my yum exclude list?
     
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    You should use both perl and perl-*
     
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    @RPMLIST=("pine","gd","gd-devel","gd-progs","expect","freetype",
    "freetype-devel","gnupg","lynx","ucd-snmp","ucd-snmp-devel","ucd-snmp-utils",
    "wget","sharutils","bind","bind-devel","bind-utils","openssl","openssl-devel","openssl-misc",
    "openssh","openssh-server","openssh-clients","XFree86-devel","XFree86-libs","mysql4",
    "mysql4-server","mysql4-client","libgd1","libgd1-devel","gd-utils","perl-CPAN","gcc",
    "libmysqlclient10-dev");


    But I noticed the rpm list from sysup cotains perl-CPAN. Doesn't it mean it updates it from rpms?
     
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    The reason I ask is that I had just "perl" in my exclude list and I had perl-CPAN updated today through yum. I hope it broke nothing.
     
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