* simonizor email@example.com [01-01-19 17:12]:
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 3:44:14 PM CST, simonizor wrote:
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 3:30:21 PM CST, simonizor wrote:
I forgot to mention that I am using Kernel:stable instead of Kernel:HEAD in the screenshot I gave, but the results are the same with Kernel:HEAD, and Kernel:stable should still trigger kernel-default to upgrade as kernel-default is a newer version in Kernel:stable than in the default repos.
I just tested with Kernel:HEAD again just to make sure, and I still get the same results. zypper does not want to install `kernel-default` from kernel-repo using `sudo zypper dup --from kernel-repo` for some reason.
zypper dup will only update packages already installed which originate in "kernel-repo". if you want a package "--from kernel-repo" which you do not already have installed, you would: zypper -v in --from kernel-repo <package-name>
after this, zypper will update (dup) that package from "kernel-repo".