On 2021-07-20 11:43 p.m., Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
On 21.07.2021 07:05, Darryl Gregorash wrote:
On 2021-07-20 9:16 p.m., Robin Klitscher wrote:
On 21/07/2021 11:22, Darryl Gregorash wrote:
On 2021-07-20 4:56 p.m., Robin Klitscher wrote:
> I've read the following announcement through multiple times:
> but, being a bear of very little brain, I've failed to understand it.
> What does it mean?
You are aware, of course, that Leap 15.3 and SLE are basically in
Indeed I am. But conversations in these lists and in other forums seem
to suggest that the lock may be a little less than tidy. Hence the
It was a bit less than tidy. Now it is not. I have not had any
with miscreant patches for at least a week now.
What was the reason of problem before?
How was the problem fixed?
I don't know the answers to these questions. The
problem was that
patches were showing up without any packages in them. This was a problem
in YaST/update as well as in 'zypper patch' but not with 'zypper up'
What do users that installed earlier and presumably "untidy"
configuration need to do to "tidy" their configuration?
from SUSE posted here or another list that the problem
with the patches was resolved. In my experience, it has been.
This is technical support list. All your answers so far amount to "and
now all is well" which is pretty useless.
To the extent that "all is
well" answers the questions posed in this
thread, I have no idea why you are complaining. Do you think I should be
answering every technical issue that exists with 15.3 in a thread that
is limited to asking specific questions about updates to the release?
Quoting this article
"The openSUSE specific package repositories called oss and non-oss
repositories changed. While these two repositories contained all the
content of Leap 15.2 and older, they now contain only the branding and
related setup packages."
That is not what I see on s.o.o.
That is not the question here. The question is whether or not there is
any impediment to upgrading to 15.3, and I have given my opinion from my
experience: There is not.
If you have any issues with how all those web pages are worded vs. what
you see in the repositories, I suggest you take the matter up with
someone who can discuss this with you.