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Thread: Why is package management running?

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    imc NNTP User

    Default Why is package management running?

    I ended up doing a network install to get opensuse 11.0 installed(it took awhile!). Everything is running great so far aside from one issue.

    It seems as if the package manager wants to run every time I save any changes I make in the network module of yast. This isn't an issue if I'm at home, but at work it becomes and issue where I might have to manually change the IP address and don't want to do it with ifconfig.

    So, any ideas why package manager runs?

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    Default Re: Why is package management running?

    It's an irritation -- might be a quirk in Yast. I get it to go away by turning off the updater applet in the system tray (or whatever that's called)
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    Default Re: Why is package management running?

    I noticed the same thing on 11.0 and didn't see it on previous releases. Good to know it goes away with opensuse updater disabled. Thanks Swerdna.

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    Default Re: Why is package management running?

    I ran into it on 10.3 too -- strange
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