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    Default 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    Hi,
    I did upgrade from 12.2 to 13.2 - it went well and system works well too.
    But I have strange problem in Yast.
    Every time I run Software Mangement from Yast, it says this:

    #### YaST2 conflicts list - generated 2014-11-08 14:40:39 ####

    nothing provides appdata(hugin.appdata.xml) needed by application:hugin-.noarch

    [ ] deinstallation of application:hugin-.noarch

    [ ] break application:hugin-.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies



    nothing provides appdata(calibrate_lens_gui.appdata.xml) needed by application:Hugin calibrate lens-.noarch

    [ ] break application:Hugin calibrate lens-.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies

    [ ] deinstallation of application:Hugin calibrate lens-.noarch



    nothing provides appdata(PTBatcherGUI.appdata.xml) needed by application:Hugin batch processor-.noarch

    [ ] break application:Hugin batch processor-.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies

    [ ] deinstallation of application:Hugin batch processor-.noarch



    nothing provides appdata(thunderbird.appdata.xml) needed by application:Thunderbird-.noarch

    [ ] break application:Thunderbird-.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies

    [ ] deinstallation of application:Thunderbird-.noarch



    nothing provides appdata(firefox.appdata.xml) needed by application:Firefox-.noarch

    [ ] deinstallation of application:Firefox-.noarch

    [ ] break application:Firefox-.noarch by ignoring some of its dependencies




    #### YaST2 conflicts list END ###
    Checking deinstallation box does nothing.
    I tried multiple times to remove, install, reinstall those packages to no avail.
    I tried to do it via zypper as well - and nothing.

    And one more thing - every time I use Software Manager it automatically checks Apper and PackageKit (4 packages altogether) even if I willingly removed them before.
    I do not want apper, so why Yast always suggests to install it (them)?

    Are you able to help?
    greetings
    Linux 4.12.14
    openSUSE Leap 15.0 - 64 bit
    KDE Plasma 5.12.15
    KDE Framework 5.44.0
    Qt - 5.9.4

  2. #2
    graham NNTP User

    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    GazetaCypr wrote:

    >
    > Hi,
    > I did upgrade from 12.2 to 13.2 - it went well and system works well
    > too.
    > But I have strange problem in Yast.
    > Every time I run Software Mangement from Yast, it says this:
    >
    >> #### YaST2 conflicts list - generated 2014-11-08 14:40:39 ####
    >>
    >> nothing provides appdata(hugin.appdata.xml) needed by
    >> application:hugin-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] deinstallation of application:hugin-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] break application:hugin-.noarch by ignoring some of its
    >> dependencies
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> nothing provides appdata(calibrate_lens_gui.appdata.xml) needed by
    >> application:Hugin calibrate lens-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] break application:Hugin calibrate lens-.noarch by ignoring some
    >> of its dependencies
    >>
    >> [ ] deinstallation of application:Hugin calibrate lens-.noarch
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> nothing provides appdata(PTBatcherGUI.appdata.xml) needed by
    >> application:Hugin batch processor-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] break application:Hugin batch processor-.noarch by ignoring some
    >> of its dependencies
    >>
    >> [ ] deinstallation of application:Hugin batch processor-.noarch
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> nothing provides appdata(thunderbird.appdata.xml) needed by
    >> application:Thunderbird-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] break application:Thunderbird-.noarch by ignoring some of its
    >> dependencies
    >>
    >> [ ] deinstallation of application:Thunderbird-.noarch
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> nothing provides appdata(firefox.appdata.xml) needed by
    >> application:Firefox-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] deinstallation of application:Firefox-.noarch
    >>
    >> [ ] break application:Firefox-.noarch by ignoring some of its
    >> dependencies
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> #### YaST2 conflicts list END ###
    >>
    >>

    >
    > Checking deinstallation box *does nothing*.
    > I tried multiple times to remove, install, reinstall those packages to
    > no avail.
    > I tried to do it via zypper as well - and nothing.
    >
    > And one more thing - every time I use Software Manager it automatically
    > checks Apper and PackageKit (4 packages altogether) even if I willingly
    > removed them before.
    > I do not want apper, so why Yast always suggests to install it (them)?
    >
    > Are you able to help?
    > greetings
    >
    >

    I don't have Hugin so I cant help there, but for the others

    [CODE]
    $:>locate thunderbird.appdata.xml
    /usr/share/appdata/thunderbird.appdata.xml
    $:>rpm -qf /usr/share/appdata/thunderbird.appdata.xml
    MozillaThunderbird-31.2.0-1.1.x86_64
    $:>locate firefox.appdata.xml
    /usr/share/appdata/firefox.appdata.xml
    $:>rpm -qf /usr/share/appdata/firefox.appdata.xml
    MozillaFirefox-33.0-2.1.x86_64
    [\CODE]

    Perhaps the reinstallation of thunderbird and firefox will help.

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    Quote Originally Posted by graham View Post
    Perhaps the reinstallation of thunderbird and firefox will help.
    I said I did it couple times - via YaST and zypper. It does not solve it.

    thanks
    Linux 4.12.14
    openSUSE Leap 15.0 - 64 bit
    KDE Plasma 5.12.15
    KDE Framework 5.44.0
    Qt - 5.9.4

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    For the software installation, this is a bug:
    http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=902394

    You can prevent Yast from installing already deleted packages by going into Yast2, under option select 'do not install packages recommended by already installed packages' (might be different wording)

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    Quote Originally Posted by swannema View Post
    For the software installation, this is a bug:
    http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=902394
    Shall I wait then until developers fix this bug and make update?

    thanks
    Linux 4.12.14
    openSUSE Leap 15.0 - 64 bit
    KDE Plasma 5.12.15
    KDE Framework 5.44.0
    Qt - 5.9.4

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    Jumping from 12.2 to 13.2 is a huge leap. It is not really recommended to move more then one version at a time. It is a surprise that it runs at all

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    Hi!

    [off]
    I decided to pick up active forum using. This is my 3rd post, the previous ones were 1.5 years earlier. That's when I started using Linux with openSUSE (then 12.3), and I haven't switched since - or felt that it was a wrong choice, even though in the EEngineering and CompSci dorm where I lived, nobody I closely know used Geecko. Those poor Win, Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, etc. guys. . So thanks for this wonderful distro, I rarely had openSUSE specific problems as I can remember, and even if I did, I most probably found the solution here, when i didn't manage to find it myself. So thanks for the community too!
    [/off]

    Until last night, I used 13.1. Then I did a live upgrade with zypper ( this guide helped of course: https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:System_upgrade )
    The good news is, as far as I tested that it runs smoother - Yeeeeaaaaaay.

    I little downside: I have the same problem as above - well, almost:
    When I use zypper ve then it reports the same missing appdata.xml problem, only with firefox. The solutions are to uninstall, or break firefox, but both does exactly nothing, and it happens every time I verify dependencies manually. I also tried reinstalling it. Another funny thing: when I uninstall Firefox, zypper installs Thunderbird, and vica-versa. I know they are recommended most likely for each other, but why install them during uninstall? So it's not a specific problem for upgrading from x<13.1

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    Do you have libzypp-plugin-appdata installed? Your errors are related to the "appdata".
    Try to remove it if yes. I don't have it on any of my 13.2 systems and don't see such a problem.

    According to the package description, this only makes sense with gnome-software at the moment anyway.

    Code:
    # zypper info libzypp-plugin-appdata
    ...
    Summary: Extend libzypp to handle AppStream metadata
    Description: 
      This plugin extends libzypp to install AppStream metadata, as extracted from the
      repository metadata, onto the file system in order to be picked up by software centers.
    
      At this moment, gnome-software is the only known implementation making use of
      it.
    Last edited by wolfi323; 16-Nov-2014 at 06:09.

  9. #9

    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    PS: your problem looks like this:
    https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=905558

    I.e. it's caused by missing/incorrect appdata in the updates repo.
    Should be fixed whenever those packages get updated again at least.

    Choose to ignore the dependencies for now.

    Btw, I do see that errors here as well for Firefox and freeciv when running "zypper ve". But not for hugin. Where did you install that from?

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    Default Re: 'Trashes' in Yast after upgrade to 13.2

    On 2014-11-09 15:26, swannema wrote:
    >
    > For the software installation, this is a bug:
    > http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=902394
    >
    > You can prevent Yast from installing already deleted packages by going
    > into Yast2, under option select 'do not install packages recommended by
    > already installed packages' (might be different wording)


    Or mark them taboo or similar wording.

    --
    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" at Telcontar)

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