On Sat, 2012-06-02 at 20:26 +0100, Cristian Morales
You mean the "The following package updates
will NOT be installed:"
list that has been in zypper for a few releases already? That's not a
bug. It's just the difference between "zypper lu" and "zypper lu
certain cases. YaST software management indicated
that (with a
packages if newer exist), that it wants to update
zypper doesn't even indicate. YaST starts
then to work and shortly
"Update All packages if newer exist" is "zypper lu -a".
Really, bug reports and good descriptions (copy& paste of commands)
is the only way to go.
Maybe I'm ignorant here, but how does zypper lu -a update? lu = list
updates and doesn't seem to do anything more. When I do lu -a, I get
the same list of available updates, yet it doesn't actually install
them. When I then run zypper up, I still see the list of packages that
zypper won't update.
Description in help screen for lu -a is: "List all packages for which
newer versions are available, regardless whether they are installable or
Bryen M Yunashko
zypper up <name of package it says will not be updated>
for further info on why.
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