[CentOS] Centos-7: odd yum output

Sun Dec 6 20:25:52 UTC 2015
Fred Smith <fredex at fcshome.stoneham.ma.us>

Hi all!

On 7.1 + CR updates, running "yum list installed | grep -y totem" gives this:

yum list installed | grep -y totem
totem.x86_64                          1:3.14.3-5.el7                 @cr        
totem-nautilus.x86_64                 1:3.14.3-5.el7                 @cr        
totem-pl-parser.x86_64                3.10.5-1.el7                   @cr 

and "yum list installed | grep -y totem" gives this:

yum list available | grep -y totem
gnome-python2-totem.x86_64               2.32.0-20.el7.nux            nux-dextop
totem-devel.x86_64                       1:3.14.3-5.el7               cr        
totem-mozplugin.x86_64                   1:3.8.2-5.el7                base      
totem-mozplugin-vegas.x86_64             1:3.8.2-5.el7                base      
totem-pl-parser.i686                     3.10.5-1.el7                 cr        
totem-pl-parser-devel.i686               3.10.5-1.el7                 cr        
totem-pl-parser-devel.x86_64             3.10.5-1.el7                 cr     

so then, why is it that "yum install totem-mozplugin" gives this?

yum install totem-mozplugin
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, nvidia
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
 * base: mirrors.lga7.us.voxel.net
 * elrepo: iad.mirror.rackspace.com
 * epel: mirrors.mit.edu
 * extras: mirror.ash.fastserv.com
 * nux-dextop: mirror.li.nux.ro
 * updates: centos.chi.host-engine.com
Package 1:totem-mozplugin-3.8.2-5.el7.x86_64 is obsoleted by 1:totem-3.14.3-5.el7.x86_64 which is already installed
Nothing to do

I don't understand, UNLESS it's saying that the totem package now includes
the plugin?

OK, I can understand that. But looking at the contents of the RPM, it seems
to contain only plugins for itself.

I'm just upgrading to 7.x, now, and the 6.x box previously had several
plugins installed that I can't find, nor even remember where I found 'em.
(probably has to do with my age... :[  )

Advice will be appreciated. thanks in advance!


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