Thank you Patrick for the suggestion.
This was already reported some time ago in bug
29>, but was never
confirmed. So I added my report to that bug.
Hope this helps
Da: Patrick Shanahan <ptilopteri(a)gmail.com> per conto di Patrick Shanahan
Inviato: giovedì 19 settembre 2019 14:21
A: opensuse-support(a)opensuse.org <opensuse-support(a)opensuse.org>
Oggetto: Re: [opensuse-support] Tumbleweed update through software updates applet
* Guadagnino Cristiano <guadagnino.cristiano(a)creval.it> [09-19-19 05:14]:
until recently we were supposed to update Tumbleweed only by using "zypper dup"
from the CLI.
Now the Software Updates applet has been updated to support Tumbleweed too, so it should
do The Right Thing.
I've always felt uncomfortable using the applet, but today I decided to give it a
After the update, the applet presented me immediately with another batch of updates,
which I found unusual. So I checked by using the usual "zypper dup", which found
After a bit of investigation, I found the reason: I have configured zypper not to offer
updates when the update would imply a change of vendors (allowVendorChange = false which
BTW should be the default IIRC).
The applet does not follow the same criteria, so it offers the updates nevertheless.
I think this is not desirable; shouldn't it be better to let the applet follow the
same configuration as zypper?
that would be right for a Bug Report, https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/
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