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    Hi everyone,

    I am familiar with the ability to use an exclude=kernel* argument in CentOS / RHEL to cause yum to exclude the defined list of packages from updates.

    Is there a way to do this with zypp.conf? I don't seem to have a man page for zypp.conf and I am having little luck googling this of finding anything on the forums.

    Also, for some odd reason when I do a zypper update it shows many more packages available for update compared to only two which the update applet show?

    Thanks,
    Pete

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    Default Re: exclude packages from zypper updates?

    LewsTherinTelemon wrote:

    > Also, for some odd reason when I do a zypper update it shows many more
    > packages available for update compared to only two which the update
    > applet show?


    They use different defaults.
    zypper up
    is equivalent of
    zypper up - t package

    while updater should show the same as
    zypper up -t patch

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