> > Do you know how to determine which repo a particular package is from? For > > example, when I do "yum info" against clamav (which isn't receiving >automatic > > > updates), it just says "Repo: installed". I don't know what repo it comes >from. > > > "yum list clamav --showduplicates" should show you all clamav packages > available in all repos, and will show the installed version so you can > compare. Hmmm Command line error: no such option: --showduplicates > Also, do you have some software that could do updates automaticaly? I > think Virtualmin (like Webmin but for domain control, CPanel, etc.) can > be set to do automatic updates. I'm not looking for an auto-update system, I'm just trying to understand the one that is currently running (yum-updatesd and whomever is listening on the other end of dbus). It seems to work for the most part, but I want to understand why some packages don't get upgraded. A partial answer I got to that was that such packages would be from non-enabled repos, but when I do a "yum upgrade clamav" from the command line, it works fine -- doesn't that mean that the repo *IS* enabled?