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On Tuesday, 2008-11-18 at 15:46 +0100, Lukas Ocilka wrote:
... but you
didn't replace it with a better way. Failing that, you
shouldn't change the behavior of software that has worked well long
enough to 'get used to'.
There are always pros and cons and it's not easy to make everyone happy.
As Stano said, that pop-up had been added because of very slow starting
of package manager. This issue is not there anymore, we have a very fast
Not that fast: it takes 20" to start on my system.
Moreover, there are no other YaST modules that would
do the same. E.g.,
once you configure your DNS Server, you have it configured and if you
decide to check or change the configuration, just run the YaST module
again. There's no difference, no reason (but that people got used to
that) why it should behave differently.
The installation part can take many long minutes, so that I tend to go to
another workspace. When I return and see the window gone, I do not know if
it succeeded or failed. Other modules are much faster in their process.
How often do you actually use this feature? How often do you
install/upgrade/remove a software and right after then decide you want
install/upgrade/remove some more?
I install something, try it, then discover I need something else, too.
I can go without the "install more" window, but I certainly would like a
termination feedback, like "installation succeeded" message somewhere.
Also... the installation process runs SuSEconfig at the very end, but
there is no time to read the messages there, they disappear - and
sometimes there are errors and warnings in there that explain some strange
So yes, a button to press to finally exit would be very appreciated.
Carlos E. R.
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