Updated my setup to Fedora 36 (upgrade from 35) a couple of days ago.
Decided to do a package cleanup.
Notices that there is quite a few packages with other fc tags in them (all the way down to fc30).
Is that supposed to be happening?
Tried removing it and installing one back (
dnf insists it’s a fc35 package, coming from
fedora repository. I don’t have any hardcoded 35 repository links in
Attempting to remove one, e.g.,
netty3-3.10.6-7.fc31.noarch, drags a bunch of dependent packages with it, quite a few from fc36 (e.g.
Full list: fc36 older packages - Pastebin.com
Yum might try running
sudo dnf distro-sync to get them updated to f36.
@vwbusguy No such luck. I tried: fc36-tbb-reinstall - Pastebin.com
However, it seems that all my sources are current, and it’s in fact so, that FC36 repository has fc35 packages (and I’d imagine older) in it:
I wonder how “normal” this is, though. Maybe a space saving measure?
In the repository for Fedora 37 you find quite a few packages with “fc35” in the name.
[vek@newbox ~]$ dnf -C list |grep fc35 |wc -l
However, you can run
dnf -C list extras
to get a list of installed packages which are not in the repositories.
tbb wasn’t built for f36, so in f36 you get the .fc35 build. For f37 you get a newer build of the same source…, see https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=5805
dnf info tbb
Name : tbb
Version : 2020.3
Release : 12.fc37
Architecture : x86_64
Size : 490 k
Source : tbb-2020.3-12.fc37.src.rpm
Repository : @System
From repo : fedora
netty3 should have been removed from your system with F32, since F31 is the last release it was built for: https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=17654
You can try to remove it with dnf using the