On Sat, 2012-06-02 at 20:05 -0400, Ken Schneider - openSUSE wrote:
zypper up <name of package it says will not be updated>
for further info on why.
I already know the answer to that, its because updates are in a
lower-priority repository. And I can understand why that happens,
though I think it could be done in a better way.
My point in my question wasn't why. It was questioning the
functionality of lu -a. The OP said running lu -a would update all
newer packages, and that didn't make sense to me given the definition of
"lu". But I was rather curious because I've seen others say to use lu
-a as well, yet when I tried it (out of curiosity), it didn't work for
me that way.
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