If you run on Fedora / CentOS / RHEL you should be using RPMs from regular repositories. Please see installation instructions.

Upgrade from CEKit 2.x#

Previous CEKit releases were provided via the COPR repository which is now deprecated. The COPR repository won’t be updated anymore with new releases.

Fedora packages are not compatible with packages that come from the deprecated COPR repository, you need to uninstall any packages that came from it before upgrading.


You can use dnf repolist to get the repository id (should be group_cekit-cekit by default) which can be used for querying installed packages and removing them:

dnf list installed | grep @group_cekit-cekit | cut -f 1 -d ' ' | xargs sudo dnf remove {}\;

Once all packages that came from the COPR repository you can follow the installation instructions.


dnf update cekit

CentOS / RHEL#

yum update cekit

Other systems#

Use the pip -U switch to upgrade the installed module.

pip install -U cekit --user