I have a simple question, but can not find an answer. Manual
recommends to use only one repo -- Tumbleweed. But we have not enought
software there. And because of this we need to have 11.4-oss,
11.4-non-oss and updates repo enabled. As result we have repo hell:
packages conflicts and so on.
For example, first update with "zypper dup --from Tumbleweed" was
completed great. But later, when new packages appeared in Tumbleweed
repo, "zypper dup" (as Greg K-H recommends) instead "zypper dup --from
Tumbleweed" didn`t update these packages because zypper doesn`t change
repository for package by default. And it`s needed to use priorities
or --from option again.
The question is why not to pull _all_ packages from oss-repo and
non-oss-repo to tumbleweed repo. Even if the most part of them will be
at the same version. This way we can use really single tumbleweed
Also it`ll be great to have tumbleweed-oss and tumbleweed-non-oss to
avoid licence issues.
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