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    Default Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    I keep getting this error.
    PackageKit Error dep-resolution-failed: patch:choqok-3320.noarch conflicts with libqoauth1.x86_64
    When I go to the YAST software manager and search for libqoauth1.x86_64 it doesn't hit on anything. What gives here?
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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlameBait View Post
    I keep getting this error.


    When I go to the YAST software manager and search for libqoauth1.x86_64 it doesn't hit on anything. What gives here?
    the package is called just "libqoauth1". i've had the same thing just the other day. all you should do is reinstall this package from the update repo.

    this - as root - should do the job, but of course you can also use the software manager:

    Code:
    # zypper in --force --from repo-update libqoauth1

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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    I have reinstalled libqoauth1 but still get the error. I can't even find this choqok-3320.noarch file in my updates repository on that computer.

    Whom ever is in charge of seeing this stuff will update seems to have screwed up if they can't even get the name of that libqoauth1 file right. I am tired of seeing this file in the updater applet and not being able to resolve it.

    This is how people start ignoring updates. Things that will not properly install and hassles caused in getting them to work right lead them to ignore important security updates. All they see is that one error and a notifier that always says they have updates and that file that will not install so they just ignore the notifier.

    I don't have a Twitter account so I don't care about this file anyway.
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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    could anyone re-check my terminal command?
    Code:
    # zypper in --force --from repo-update libqoauth1
    Quote Originally Posted by FlameBait View Post
    I have reinstalled libqoauth1 but still get the error.
    from the update repo? could you provide

    Code:
    zypper info libqoauth1
    Quote Originally Posted by FlameBait View Post
    I can't even find this choqok-3320.noarch file in my updates repository on that computer.

    Whom ever is in charge of seeing this stuff will update seems to have screwed up if they can't even get the name of that libqoauth1 file right. I am tired of seeing this file in the updater applet and not being able to resolve it.
    the thing is, it's a bug reported to choqok (which resides in the default repo) but the changes where actually made in libqoauth1


    This is how people start ignoring updates. Things that will not properly install and hassles caused in getting them to work right lead them to ignore important security updates. All they see is that one error and a notifier that always says they have updates and that file that will not install so they just ignore the notifier.

    I don't have a Twitter account so I don't care about this file anyway.
    how about removing libqoauth1? there arn't a lot of programs using it so chances are good you actually don't need it.

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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    Well I know what the problem is now.

    Code:
    Information for package libqoauth1:
    
    Repository: @System
    Name: libqoauth1
    Version: 1.0.1-0.pm.3.1
    Arch: x86_64
    Vendor: http://packman.links2linux.de
    Installed: Yes
    Status: up-to-date
    Installed Size: 78.0 KiB
    Summary: OAuth Library for Qt Applications
    Description: 
    QOAuth is a Qt-based C++ implementation of an interface to services using OAuth
    authorization scheme.
    Something I have installed from packman requires it. Priority for packman is 90 meaning this file will not be over written may a priority 99 update.

    Seems I'll just have to wait for the packman packager to catch up.
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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlameBait View Post
    Seems I'll just have to wait for the packman packager to catch up.
    Packman has nothing to catch up, it has the latest version of qoauth. You are offered this "update" only because of different versioning schemes between Packman and openSUSE.

    Yes, the "patches" concept has its problems... it's a shame that PackageKit, and so the update applet, only support it. Personally I just removed the applet and manually run "zypper up" once a day.

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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    Quote Originally Posted by RedDwarf View Post
    Packman has nothing to catch up, it has the latest version of qoauth. You are offered this "update" only because of different versioning schemes between Packman and openSUSE.

    Yes, the "patches" concept has its problems... it's a shame that PackageKit, and so the update applet, only support it. Personally I just removed the applet and manually run "zypper up" once a day.
    I would forget to check and I am uncomforable wiht zypper and the CLI in general on my general use computer.

    Is there a way to blackhole choqok-3320.noarch so it doesn't show up as an avialable update?
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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlameBait View Post
    I would forget to check and I am uncomforable wiht zypper and the CLI in general on my general use computer.

    Is there a way to blackhole choqok-3320.noarch so it doesn't show up as an avialable update?
    i wasn't able to. tried to lock both choqok and libqoauth1 but that did not work. like i said, i managed to disable this message only by installing libqoauth1 from the update-repo

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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    In the end, I just let choqok install which brought in libqoauth1. After the patch installed, I just removed choqok.

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    Default Re: Updater error libqoauth1.x86_64 conflict.

    Looks like I'll be ignoring that **** persistent message.

    I mean why the heck is something like that installed anyway? Twitter is so superficial. Why does it have it's hooks in my OS?
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