SuSE updates not sticking?

Jared Ottley jottley at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 08:45:56 MST 2007


For 10.2 I have always used smart as the package management tool.  In  
10.3, the suse developed package management is a lot better.

Jared

On Dec 16, 2007, at 1:15 AM, Steve wrote:

> I'm not sure.
> Looks more like yet another yast problem.
> Zypper does report that all updates are now applied properly, and this
> survived a reboot just to be sure.
> Yast on the other hand claims all the patches need to be applied.
>
> Starting to think that Yast stands for "Yeah! Another Sysadmin to  
> Trouble".
> Let me tell ya, given the choice between dealing with a system where
> yast is the only admin tool, and a root canal, I'll take the root
> canal any day.
>
> Sincerely,
> Steve
>
> On Dec 16, 2007 1:00 AM, Matthew Frederico <mfrederico at gmail.com>  
> wrote:
>>>> Now here I am updating again and the exact same updates are there
>>>> waiting for install.
>>>> It's like they aren't sticking for some reason.
>>>
>>
>> Don't know SuSE to well - could it be an aggressive selinux policy?
>>
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