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    Default 10.3 won't update 3 files, architecture not found

    Hey all, I am running openSUSE 10.3 64-bit in a VirtualBox VM. 10.3 will update all files except for the three in my first screenshot. For some reason I always get the error that 10.3 can't install opensc files (second screenshot). I can't understand the error message, it just doesn't make any sense at all. Also, for some reason the libqt4 update will never install. Even if I select it by itself and hit Install, it'll go through the process of reading the repository and "Updating", but then the updating sequence just stops and the openSUSE updater starts searching for updates again. Very strange.




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    Default Re: 10.3 won't update 3 files, architecture not found

    Use Yast Software Management
    you should get more details of the issues involved

    the dependency error box has and advanced option to save the details to file, that you can then post here.
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    Default Re: 10.3 won't update 3 files, architecture not found

    Thanks for the reply. I have started up Software Management and I did a search for qtlib4. According to the results I do have the latest version. So why is it still showing up in my openSUSE Updater each time?

    I updated the two opensc files through the Software Management. It ran perfectly with no errors. Strange. I appreciate your advice.

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    Default Re: 10.3 won't update 3 files, architecture not found

    I never used the updater in 10.3
    Only software Management - always much more stable and you are in control better too.

    Packages with updates show blue text
    if they are downgrades they are red
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