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The "risk" referred to in the message is a generic message. There is no need to remove those packages. I also got a list of packages with broken dependencies when I was about to upgrade my F20, and I didn't remove them. Just recognize that they may work or may not in the new F21. Of course, you will have to figure out how to update them after the system ...


installing below RPM fixed this issue rpm -ivh ../perl-WWW-Curl-4.09-3.el6.x86_64.rpm


It turns out fedup doesn't actually fail (see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1098886). Rebooting the system would upgrade it. The packages listed in the beginning of every line are obsolete in Fedora, since there is no replacement for them with satisfactory dependencies. If you need any of those packages, write them down so you can look for ...


The version of glibc you have installed does not satisfy the dependencies of the RPM you are trying to install. You mentioned that you are using RHEL 6.5 -- the RPM you are trying to install has "el7" in the filename (libtirpc-0.2.4-0.3.el7.x86_64.rpm) which means that it was compiled and built against RHEL 7. You can see that your system has GLIBC 2.12, ...

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