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    Question yum DeprecationWarning.

    Hi,

    It does not matter what command I run in yum I always get the same DeprecationWarning. Is there something I can do to remove it?


    example:

    root # yum clean all

    /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/yum/pgpmsg.py:16: DeprecationWarning: the md5 m
    odule is deprecated; use hashlib instead
    import struct, time, cStringIO, base64, types, md5, sha
    /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/yum/pgpmsg.py:16: DeprecationWarning: the sha m
    odule is deprecated; use the hashlib module instead
    import struct, time, cStringIO, base64, types, md5, sha
    Cleaning up Everything
    Any help or advise will be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: yum DeprecationWarning.

    Well if this is a SUSE system you shouldn't be using yum. Care to tell us what distro this is?

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    Default Re: yum DeprecationWarning.

    gcclinux wrote:
    > Any help or advise will be greatly appreciated.


    -=welcome=- first time poster

    i wonder if you accidentally posted to the openSUSE forum, because
    unless i misremember yum is a Red Hat tool....i guess it can be
    installed on openSUSE but i wonder if you tried and didn't like YaST
    why didn't give Zypper a go...and failing that i've heard (around
    here) some folks praise Smart...but, i've heard of little success with
    yum..

    so, my first advice (of the "any...will be greatly appreciated"
    variety) would be to have a read here: http://en.opensuse.org/Concepts
    about some of the 'concepts' which sets openSUSE off from Debian, Red
    Hat and etc...and therein you will find some links to YaST and Zypper..

    and, here is a quick and dirty on zypper:
    http://opensuse-tutorials.com/category/zypper/ but CAUTION is might be
    too dated to use..

    and, i guess it is possible that maybe your install is already damaged
    by yum...

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    palladium

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