10.1 online update problem

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10.1 online update problem

Marius Roets
Hi,
I have finally worked up the courage to try 10.1 again. I have done a
clean install. Of course the "Software Updater" shows there is no
updates available, so I started YOU. There was some updates, so I
installed them. I rebooted, and voila, the Software Updater now shows
66 updates available. I open the window, click the update button, and
... :

Unresolved dependencies:
Updating patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[System packages] to
patch:libzypp-1533-0.noarch[SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates]
Updating patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[System packages] to
patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates]
script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System packages]
needed by patch:libzypp-1533-0.noarch[SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates]
Updating script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System
packages] to script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System
packages]
script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System packages] is
scheduled to be installed, but this is not possible because of
dependency problems.
Establishing script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System packages]

=========================
It looks like I already have a newer version. Does YOU use a different
default repositry from zmd? Well I deselected libzypp updates, and
that seemed to do the trick. Just curious.

Thanks
Marius

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Re: 10.1 online update problem

Marcus Meissner
On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 01:44:05PM +0200, Marius Roets wrote:

> Hi,
> I have finally worked up the courage to try 10.1 again. I have done a
> clean install. Of course the "Software Updater" shows there is no
> updates available, so I started YOU. There was some updates, so I
> installed them. I rebooted, and voila, the Software Updater now shows
> 66 updates available. I open the window, click the update button, and
> ... :
>
> Unresolved dependencies:
> Updating patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[System packages] to
> patch:libzypp-1533-0.noarch[SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates]
> Updating patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[System packages] to
> patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates]
> script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System packages]
> needed by patch:libzypp-1533-0.noarch[SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates]
> Updating script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System
> packages] to script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System
> packages]
> script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System packages] is
> scheduled to be installed, but this is not possible because of
> dependency problems.
> Establishing script:libzypp-patch-zmdrestart.sh-2-1533-1.noarch[System
> packages]
>
> =========================
> It looks like I already have a newer version. Does YOU use a different
> default repositry from zmd? Well I deselected libzypp updates, and
> that seemed to do the trick. Just curious.

Hmm.

This means that you might not have installed all update packages correctly.

Is YAST Online Update still applying patches?

Ciao, marcus

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Re: 10.1 online update problem

John D Lamb
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Marius Roets wrote:
> Unresolved dependencies:
> Updating patch:libzypp-1839-0.noarch[System packages] to
>
Try using the software management tool to reïnstall the original libzypp
from the DVD. This has worked for me with a couple of other patches
where the update was interrupted.


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