If you edit your /etc/yum.conf and uncomment the "Development" (Unstable) section you can do "yum upgrade evolution" and yum will do it for you.|
You can also get packages of red-carpet, rug, and rcd for fedora at open-carpet.com (org? net?), and use that if you prefer a more robust system for handling different channels, package locks, and dependencies. A variety of open-carpet repositories are listed at the web page.
On Thu, 2004-09-30 at 07:14 -0700, Dan Sawyer wrote:
But that does not work. There are way too many dependencies. I tried loading the 6 or so dependencies and they together had over a dozen more. Evolution seems to have way too many dependencies to upgrade as an independent package.
petri kanerva surfeu fi wrote:
I am testing Fedora Core 3 - test 2. I hope Evolution 2 will be a part
of the final release. I just read that 2.0 was released last week.
Not a specialist on Fedora, as am a slackist myself, but isn't this
suitable Evo 2.0 package for you: