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    Default Abort upgrade some packages

    When I'm upgrading some of my packages using YaST. Some packages already installed, but internet on my home suddenly down. So i abort the upgrade. And 30 minutes later, i want to upgrade again. And the packages that already installed didn't listed in the upgrade category at yast. Does it gives any effect to my openSUSE? ( Usually after upgrade, Yast will configure packages. So I think that the packages that already installed is not configured because i abort it. I'm worry about this )
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    Default Re: Abort upgrade some packages

    If packages were already installed they will not show again. Packages that missed the upgrade when the connection dropped should show for update. The main thing is don't reboot until you get the updates.
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    Default Re: Abort upgrade some packages

    cless wrote:

    > When I'm upgrading some of my packages using YaST. Some packages already
    > installed, but internet on my home suddenly down. So i abort the
    > upgrade. And 30 minutes later, i want to upgrade again. And the packages
    > that already installed didn't listed in the upgrade category at yast.
    > Does it gives any effect to my openSUSE? ( Usually after upgrade, Yast
    > will configure packages. So I think that the packages that already
    > installed is not configured because i abort it. I'm worry about this )


    Don't worry unless you are experiencing any specific problem or getting
    errors.

    Anyway, you can manually run "SuSEconfig" (being root) in a terminal.

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    Camalen

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    Default Re: Abort upgrade some packages

    If you really want to make sure ( this takes a lot of time and a lot of downloading )do this:
    Start software installer
    Check all options in Overview
    Packages - All packages - update unconditionally.

    This way you'll reinstall every single package on your system.
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