Updating fedora core 1
Try removing those packages, or only installing part of the GStreamer package set.
Fedora is an open source GNU/Linux project sponsored by Red Hat. A later version of Fedora, Fedora Core 4, was released on June 9, 2005.
Our repository contains packages of GStreamer 0.10 for Fedora Core 4 in a separate repository.
If you want to get updates and additional plug-ins for GStreamer 0.8 or 0.10, you have two options: If this gives problems, it is probably due to you having installed packages from another repository.
To get started with Docker CE on Fedora, make sure you meet the prerequisites, then install Docker. For a list of supported operating systems and distributions for different Docker editions, see Docker variants.
To install Docker, you need the 64-bit version of one of these Fedora versions: to run Docker commands.
I used this tool to check that the data of the preinstalled Windows XP is stored only on the first partition and only at its beginning (in first 10 GB).
There's a list here: Install There are 56 of them.
Continue to Post-installation steps for Linux to allow non-privileged users to run Docker commands and for other optional configuration steps.
To upgrade Docker CE, download the newer package file and repeat the installation procedure, using , and pointing to the new file.
I've chosen the other option, but then GRUB is (naturally) not loaded at the machine startup.
To fix this fault, I had to because the Fedora installer refused to alter anything in the setup of the boot loader if it didn't update any kernel packages.