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    Default removing recommended updates in Yast

    When I open Yast's software management in opensuse 11.4, there's like 400mb of changes it basically forces me to install. For instance, flash player, libre office stuff, gstreamer etc.

    I remove these from the download list, but when I go install something like the nvidia driver I need, it still downloads and installs all that other stuff first, whether I remove it from the list or not. It still makes me agree to the flash player terms or it won't install anything.

    How can I get all these recommended updates off of there and just install what I want to individually?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: removing recommended updates in Yast

    On 05/20/2011 09:06 PM, creighton1 wrote:
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    > When I open Yast's software management in opensuse 11.4, there's like
    > 400mb of changes it basically forces me to install. For instance, flash
    > player, libre office stuff, gstreamer etc.


    just right click and mark them 'taboo'..

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