Another solution is to find a repository that provides an upgraded of the package that "needs" the old packages and add it to your yum configuration.
Hopefully the new version of that package will have dependencies on the upgraded package, in our case 5, and yum will take care of everything. The problem probably isn't with your version of python at all, but with a missing libxml2-python, python-sqlite, or python-elementtree package.
One relatively easy way to fix this is to remove whatever package "needs" the packages that are about to be upgraded/obsoleted and then reinstall that package after you have upgraded everything else.
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Hello, I encountered several days ago this error on a fresh installed Cent OS 6 – 64 bit machine while installing some game redirection software from Cs
Simply run something like: and you'll get the yum in your current directory. The default can be set in your /etc/file and per repository config.
In order to keep yum's interface (and internal code) clean and straightforward, this will not be added to yum proper. see the yum man page and look for the metadata_expire value for how to set it to a different value.
There is yet another procedure which we haven’t showed here as it requires compiling the kernel from source, which is not recommended on production Linux systems.