Updating fedora 6
The problem is that RHEL 8’s librepo had this defined, but didn’t actually have zchunk enabled, which caused Bad Things To Happen™.
The DNF developers quickly settled on an easy fix, wrapping the define in an so it would only be defined if zchunk was enabled in librepo. This fix made it into Fedora and had no noticeable effect until libdnf was rebuilt early this month.
libdnf wasn’t being build with wasn’t defined, so libdnf never passed librepo the base cache directory, so librepo can’t find the old zchunk files, so librepo downloads the non-zchunk metadata. The goal was to have the basics covered in the book, and the same time not to try to explain things which can be learned better via man pages (yes, we encourage people to read man pages).If you follow this tutorial and you got errors then your dnf tool will have problems with update process.After I follow the tutorial I got many packages and errors.The guidelines for Source recommend using tarballs and give a few other suggestions for how to set Source0 appropriately.The Fedora kernel generates 3 types of kernel releases: official releases (v5.2, v5.2.1), rc releases (v5.3-rc6), and snapshots that don't correspond to an official tag.