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I discovered iscsi error messages in /var/log/messages. And then I stopped iscsi and iscid daemons. After that yum completed the update process.


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This is a problem that many people look to have faced, including myself. The solution itself is not as freely available as the question. It took me a bit of effort to find out one working way to download a RPM and all its dependencies even if any of them are already installed. So, let me write it down here. For everyone's information, yumdownloader does not ...


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Install it with command: sudo apt-get install pepflashplugin-installer Then you should say chromium to use pepperflash-plugin. If you have installed it correctly, then follow the next steps to enable it: 1) Open config sudo gedit /etc/chromium-browser/default 2) Append this line to the end: . /usr/lib/pepflashplugin-installer/pepflashplayer.sh 3) ...


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Looking through the package information on Launchpad reveals you will likely have to install from the tarball: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pepperflashplugin-nonfree It's might not be in the ppa repository because it is "non-free"?


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There is a package called yum-utils, which you can install with: yum install -y yum-utils Once this is installed you can enable and disable repos with this command (assuming they're already installed): yum-config-manager --enablerepo=repo_a (where repo_a is the name of the repository you wish to enable.) There is an important note about repositories ...


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Hopefully your support case is already resolved, but just in case, try: yum clean all yum repolist -v yum check-update This should at least give you a little more information to work with.



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