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Hi,

when this happens you can update everything else with :

yum update --skip-broken

and you always have the kmod in updates-testing , so you can do:

 yum --enablerepo=rpmfusion-free-updates-testing update kernel

kernel before enter in updates enter in updates-testing and rpmfusion-free-updates-testing also build kmods for kernel in testing .

Hi,

when this happens you can update everything else with :

yum update --skip-broken

and you always have the kmod in updates-testing , so you can do:

 yum --enablerepo=rpmfusion-free-updates-testing update kernel

kernel before enter in updates enter in updates-testing and rpmfusion-free-updates-testing also build kmods for kernel in testing .

in reply: rpm -q kmod-VirtualBox kmod-VirtualBox-4.3.10-1.fc20.2.x86_64

kmod-VirtualBox is a meta-package, which sole purpose is to require the VirtualBox kernel module(s) for the newest kernel. To make sure you get it together with a new kernel.

so if you have kmod-VirtualBox installed you will need use --skip-broken and you should IMHO.

Hi,

when this happens you can update everything else with :

yum update --skip-broken

and you always have the kmod in updates-testing , so you can do:

 yum --enablerepo=rpmfusion-free-updates-testing update kernel

kernel before enter in updates enter in updates-testing and rpmfusion-free-updates-testing also build kmods for kernel in testing .

in reply: In reply:

rpm -q kmod-VirtualBox

kmod-VirtualBox-4.3.10-1.fc20.2.x86_64

kmod-VirtualBox is a meta-package, which sole purpose is to require the VirtualBox kernel module(s) for the newest kernel. To make sure you get it together with a new kernel.

so if you have kmod-VirtualBox installed you will need use --skip-broken and you should IMHO.