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    Default Skip an upgrade of a single package

    Hello,

    is there a simple way to "skip" a single package upgrade? I get informed that new security upgrades are available, but I don't want it to get installed.

    It's Firefox's 3.0.14 version, but I already use 3.5.2, so I don't want 3.0.14. And if I allow it to install, it fails because of xulrunner conflict.

    "Unchecking" it in the new upgrades list doesn't help, I will get notified again on restart.

    So I'm looking for something like "aptitude hold..." in Debian.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Skip an upgrade of a single package

    Can you post result of this:

    Code:
    zypper lr -d
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    Default Re: Skip an upgrade of a single package

    Switch all repo priority to 99
    except OSS and NON-OSS which should be 120
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