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Em Dom, 2006-05-14 às 13:54 -0600, Boyd Lynn Gerber
This makes the upgrade totally not an option. I
will stay with 10.0 on
the other 30 systems I have control over. I do not have the time to try
came from other apt-based systems, I'm very comfortable with
Smart Package Manager. I could manage to get two 10.0 laptops, with Guru
and Packman packages, upgrading to 10.1 within 5min of "Resolving
dependencies". It removed about 4 conflicting packages, but I was able
to reinstall them after 30m (upgraded from DVD). No worries at all.
What is the magic you used?
I have tried
The sources I want to use are
I tried to add them and I get some channel error. Does this also work for
older suse OS's?
On 10.0 all I get is No interesting upgrades available and it will not
allow me to add the above sources. They are what I use for 10.1.
Boyd Gerber <gerberb(a)zenez.com>
ZENEZ 1042 East Fort Union #135, Midvale Utah 84047
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