If you’re running Kororaa Beta2, there are a few bugs which require fixing.
Firstly, the KDE version incorrectly included Yum from Rawhide (development) tree (GNOME version does not have this issue). This means you are running an untested version of Yum, the system’s default package manager.
To fix this, disable the repo (or remove the repository file for it), then downgrade yum to the stable version.
sudo sed -i 's/enabled=1/enabled=0/g' /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-yum-rawhide.repo
sudo yum downgrade yum
The Livna repository, which is configured out of the box, seems to be having lots of problems with availability. This will be fixed in the next release, but in the mean time, you can disable or remove that repository.
sudo sed -i 's/enabled=1/enabled=0/g' /etc/yum.repos.d/livna.repo
If you find any more issues, please let us know!
The well known RPMFusion repository contains a lot of the useful software which Red Hat doesn’t ship by default (for licensing, patent or legal reasons). It is the amalgamation of several other repositories, including Dribble, Freshrpms, and Livna.
One helpful package that RPMFusion does not package however, is libdvdcss, the free software library which enables Linux to play encrypted DVDs.
Most users keep Livna around for this single purpose, but it is often offline (especially recently). So, here’s another solution – use ATrpms – another third party repository that includes lots of handy software.
The problem is, ATrpms has lots of other software which you might not want to update and which could conflict with the packages from RPMFusion. The solution? Tell yum to only include libdvdcss* packages from that repository. Easy.
To do this, simply add a new repo file (/etc/yum.repos.d/atrpms.repo) for Yum to configure it.
name=Fedora Core $releasever - $basearch - ATrpms
Now, just run the following to update the repo and install libdvdcss (you may wish to remove the old package first, if you have it).
sudo yum check-update
sudo yum install libdvdcss
That’s about it!