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Thread: Opensuseupdater shows yellow warning symbol -refresh failed

  1. #1
    bergfruehling NNTP User

    Question Opensuseupdater shows yellow warning symbol -refresh failed

    Hi,

    my opensuseupdater-kde (seems to be a kde4 version, although I use kde3) shows only a yellow warning symbol when trying to refresh. If I close the applet, restart it it shows a green symbol saying "no updates". When I click "check now" the yellow symbol appears immediately (so fast that I don't think it connects to the internet).

    In /var/log/zypp-refresh.log the last entry is from 2008-07-11. IIRC a update for some gpg-keys complaint some days ago, but I'm not sure (it was late and I wanted to shut down my pc)

    A manual update (zypper ref, zypper up, zypper dup) works without any problems (saying: everything is up-to-date; It even installed two updates).

    Only opensuseupdater-kde does not. And that for days now.

    Any help is welcome...thanks

    Henning

  2. #2
    -mariano- NNTP User

    Default Re: Opensuseupdater shows yellow warning symbol -refresh fai

    Same problem here, i got no idea what could be. Any suggestions?

    Tanks.

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    Default Re: Opensuseupdater shows yellow warning symbol -refresh fai

    I get an error that the packman repo couldn't be found. I think they are having trouble with it.

    If you hold the mouse over the icon it should give the error messege.
    OpenSUSE Leap 15, KDE5 (plasma 5.13, frameworks 5.49, QT 5.11)

  4. #4
    bergfruehling NNTP User

    Default Re: Opensuseupdater shows yellow warning symbol -refresh fai

    Yes, the error is: "refresh failed" (as said in the title, I forgot to mention it in the text...)

  5. #5
    bergfruehling NNTP User

    Default Re: Opensuseupdater shows yellow warning symbol -refresh fai

    Oh, and the problem has nothing to do with some special repos. As I wrote: A update via zypper (in console) oder Yast is possible; it seems to be a problem with the applet.

    Does the applet have a logfile? In /var/log/zypper.log and .../zypp-refresh.log there are no entrys from opensuseupdater-kde...

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