Hi, all --
I'm running Leap 15.2 (and this has been happening for a while), and
after a round of updates I have to go back to /etc/profile.d and
wipe out files that I don't want (alias.bash + ls.bash in particular).
Different from adding my own run commands to profile.local.sh thereunder,
I want to NOT get the stock stuff.
Is there any way to keep them from being dropped again so that I don't
have to deal with this over and over? *sigh*
TIA & HAND
I'm trying to test a newer Linux Kernel on a Leap 15.2 system (x86-64).
Compiling a new kernel myself (or have OBS build it) is something I'd rather avoid.
Previously I simply used kernel-default from
Right now this doesn't work:
--- snip ---
box:~ # zypper in kernel-default-5.14.15-1.1.g3416a5a
Problem: the to be installed kernel-default-5.14.15-1.1.g3416a5a.x86_64 conflicts
with 'filesystem < 16' provided by the installed filesystem-15.0-lp22.214.171.124.x86_64
Solution 1: do not install kernel-default-5.14.15-1.1.g3416a5a.x86_64
--- snap ---
Am I out of luck for 15.2 or is there another repo/something else I could try?
Thanks and regards -- Till
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After latest zypper dup on my Tumbleweed system I notice a weird issue:
system sleeps automatically after few minutes also if connected to
I'm using XFCE.
I verified that this is not an hardware related issue because I booted
on Windows 10 (dual boot environment here) and there everything works
I would like to know if this is the first case you hear about.
Build: openSUSE Tumbleweed 20211025
Desktop: XFCE (4.16.0)
When I click right on a file in Dolphin, I get a drop-down list with a menu
item "Action >". Clicking on it there is a submenu with an entry "Encrypt
File", which, when you have encryption keys, will ask you to select one. The
result is a file with the same name as the original name with the extension
However it would be better to have the extension .gpg appended. In that case
the submenu of "Action >", when clicking right on that file, would include
"View file decrypted" and it is easy to see the content or save the shown
file. Obviously after entering the passphrase.
Is this something openSUSE specific or does it come from KDE?
Freek de Kruijf
it would really be handy to be able to further define zypper locks to
include a group such as "*-lang" and exclude single items such as
"p04a-lang" which is "required" for p04a.
also gimp-gap-lang which gimp-gap requires.
or those packages be corrected to not require *-lang.
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What sort of day was it? A day like all days, filled with those events that
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were you there?
I recently ugraded 2 Leap 15.2 machines and noticed, that after the
zypper --releasever 15.3 dup --allow-vendor-change
the system is upgraded, but the latest patches are not applied. Another
is required (giving another ~1GB download!).
Is this a bug (sounds like) or a feature?
If feature, what is the rationale behind? When running an online upgrade my
expectation is that latest packages are installed.....
64bit Intel Core2Duo
restarting XDM with systemctl from tty2 helps not
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Does anyone know where you post a bug on SDDM? The only option i've found is log it against "Other" in Bugzilla.
Since the last update (see below) I can't log in via the "Others" option where you enter the user-id and password.
It doesn't offer you the option to enter a password, just a User and a <Log In> button
Qt: 5.15.2 KDE Frameworks: 5.86.0 - KDE Plasma: 5.23.0 - kwin 5.23.0
kmail2 5.18.2 (21.08.2) - akonadiserver 5.18.2 (21.08.2) - Kernel: 5.14.11-1-default - xf86-video-nouveau: 1.0.17
I'm having this weird behavior that some windows always open on the secondary screen of my two-screen setup.
One example is Dolphin, which insists on opening on my left screen even if the right screen is the primary one *and* the cursor is on the right screen when I open it. The first thing I do is to drag it to the right screen, but the next time I open it, it is on the left screen again.
This has been going on for months, but lately I read that the recent KDE release (5.23) would fix this behavior.
Unfortunately, it made things worse!! Now I have my Application Dashboard (KDE full screen launcher) opening on the left screen too! Even if the "button" to open it is on the right screen!
The only moderately unusual thing I have in my setup is that the left screen has a lower resolution with respect to the right screen. Left is 1680x1050 while right is 1920x1080.
How can I fix this behavior? Anybody else in the same boat?
Thank you in advance