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Hello everybody;
Below is an error message displayed on my terminal screen after checking for and installing updates as applicable. I've been seeing this problem for months now after what I considered a fully successful system upgrade from Fedora-38 to Fedora-39 some time ago. However, when testing I noticed that my local "Bugzilla server" was broken and further investigation showed that my MySQL database had gotten clobbered. After several attempts to restore from backups that didn't, work I gave up and fully removed MariaDB (I think).

I must have missed something during this process because as you can see below my setup is trying to satisfy a dependency from Fedora-38. As far as I can tell this error isn't causing any problems with completing updates on my machine but I'd like to solve this problem and clean things up.

Any ideas how to resolve this issue?

I'm running an H/P ENVY Box with Fedora-39 OS with SE-Linux enforcement on
System and components are fully compatible with up-to-date drivers installed.

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[~]
(16:52:13)-(caugheygm)-(513)-> upgrade
[sudo] password for caugheygm:
Copr repo for preload owned by elxreno 2.7 kB/s | 1.5 kB 00:00
Copr repo for PyCharm owned by phracek 5.0 kB/s | 2.1 kB 00:00
Fedora 39 - x86_64 39 kB/s | 24 kB 00:00
Fedora 39 openh264 (From Cisco) - x86_64 2.7 kB/s | 989 B 00:00
Fedora 39 - x86_64 - Updates 57 kB/s | 22 kB 00:00
google-chrome 7.6 kB/s | 1.3 kB 00:00
RPM Fusion for Fedora 39 - Nonfree - NVIDIA Driver 7.6 kB/s | 6.5 kB 00:00
RPM Fusion for Fedora 39 - Nonfree - Steam 12 kB/s | 6.2 kB 00:00
Modular dependency problem:

Problem: conflicting requests
- nothing provides module(platform:f38) needed by module mariadb:10.9:3820230215083728:f38.x86_64 from @modulefailsafe
Dependencies resolved.
Nothing to do.
Complete!

Thanks in advance...
 
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Greg

Have you tried

Code:
sudo dnf autoremove

yet?

It may clean up that F38 module.

Let us know.

Cheers

Wiz
 
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Greg

Have you tried

Code:
sudo dnf autoremove

yet?

It may clean up that F38 module.

Let us know.

Cheers

Wiz
Hi Wiz,
I hadn't tried that command on this problem but I just did try it. It removed 62 packages but did not remove that error message.
I've included the terminal output just in case.
================================================================================================
Last metadata expiration check: 0:02:56 ago on Sat 10 Feb 2024 09:29:22 PM MST.
Modular dependency problem:

Problem: conflicting requests
- nothing provides module(platform:f38) needed by module mariadb:10.9:3820230215083728:f38.x86_64 from @modulefailsafe
Dependencies resolved.
Nothing to do.
Complete!

Thanks, Greg
 

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Thanks, Greg - I'll keep thinking on it, I have had both 38 and (still now) 39.

Chris
 
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Okay, much appreciated! I'll keep digging on this and will post if solved.

Greg
 

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(16:52:13)-(caugheygm)-(513)-> upgrade
[sudo] password for caugheygm:

Problem: conflicting requests
- nothing provides module(platform:f38) needed by module mariadb:10.9:3820230215083728:f38.x86_64 from @modulefailsafe
Dependencies resolved.
Nothing to do.
Complete!
It's trying to look for a Fedora 38 modules Stream, which isn't available anymore since you upgraded your system from Fedora 38 to Fedora 39. I would try running the following.
Code:
sudo dnf module reset mariadb
If that doesn't work give me the output of the following.
Code:
dnf info mariadb
dnf list installed | grep mariadb
dnf module list | grep mariadb
 
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It's trying to look for a Fedora 38 modules Stream, which isn't available anymore since you upgraded your system from Fedora 38 to Fedora 39. I would try running the following.
Code:
sudo dnf module reset mariadb
If that doesn't work give me the output of the following.
Code:
dnf info mariadb
dnf list installed | grep mariadb
dnf module list | grep mariadb
Yahoo!
[sudo dnf module reset mariadb] did the trick. I did another check a minute ago this error is no longer.

Great work and thanks for jumping in there to resolve this problem.
Thanks Chris...
 

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HI Maarten,

I understand you're the man I need to thank for resolving my broken Module problem. I really appreciate your help on this, I've been fighting this issue for quite a while and have come close to giving up and doing a fresh install. This saved me a lot of work and frustration.

Thanks again.
Greg
 

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HI Maarten,

I understand you're the man I need to thank for resolving my broken Module problem. I really appreciate your help on this,
Hey Greg. Glad to have helped out!
 


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