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    Default disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use


    Is it not possible to mark repos we do not use as "Hidden"?

    For example, within the details section of each repository is this:

    Base URL:https://nu.novell.com/repo/$RCE/SLES11-SP3-Pool/sle-11-s390x/
    Trusted_ Internal_ Hidden_
    Additional options

    Trusted and Internal are checked. I check Hidden, then click the "Save
    changes" button and the Hidden checkbox is unchecked. It never gets
    applied.

    Or is the preferred method to simple click the "Delete" button at the
    bottom?


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    Default Re: disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use

    Is this a question about SUSE Studio? I do not remember seeing an
    excessive number of repositories in there unless I go and add them myself.


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    ab;28134 Wrote:
    > Is this a question about SUSE Studio? I do not remember seeing an
    > excessive number of repositories in there unless I go and add them
    > myself.


    Yes. I go to Advanced | Repositories and get two pages of SUSE's repos
    mirrored. See screen shot.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/vt4mnbiawp...58.51.png?dl=0


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    Default Re: disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use

    You need to post in the SUSE Forums for SLED/SLES

    https://forums.suse.com/forum.php

    This forum is for openSUSE.
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    Default Re: disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use

    On 2015-06-03 03:06, deano ferrari wrote:
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    > You need to post in the SUSE Forums for SLED/SLES
    >
    > https://forums.suse.com/forum.php
    >
    > This forum is for openSUSE.


    Nope.

    This forum shows on both, it is mirrored:

    https://forums.opensuse.org/showthre...s-we-don-t-use
    https://forums.suse.com/showthread.p...s-we-don-t-use


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    Default Re: disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use

    Yes, but the OP's question appears to relate to SLED/SLES repos.

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    You do not understand; these post ARE coming from the SUSE side of the
    SUSE Studio forum, not the openSUSE side (you can see this via the links
    back to the forum post as seen on the NNTP side), but because these are
    mirrored the post appears on both sides as always.

    Back to the original issue, other than using the search field to limit
    which ones are shown (possibly) I do not think this is possible via a user
    preference.

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    Default Re: disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use

    Quote Originally Posted by ab View Post
    You do not understand; these post ARE coming from the SUSE side of the
    SUSE Studio forum, not the openSUSE side (you can see this via the links
    back to the forum post as seen on the NNTP side), but because these are
    mirrored the post appears on both sides as always.
    I understand that. I'm was questioning whether it is a 'Studio' question or a 'SLED/SLES' question? It won't be mirrored here if is goes in the appropriate forum

    https://forums.suse.com/forumdisplay...rprise-Desktop

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    Default Re: disable/hide repo mirrors we don't use

    On Wed, 03 Jun 2015 09:16:01 +0000, deano ferrari wrote:

    > ab;2713403 Wrote:
    >> You do not understand; these post ARE coming from the SUSE side of the
    >> SUSE Studio forum, not the openSUSE side (you can see this via the
    >> links back to the forum post as seen on the NNTP side), but because
    >> these are mirrored the post appears on both sides as always.

    > I understand that. I'm was questioning whether it is a 'Studio' question
    > or a 'SLED/SLES' question? It won't be mirrored here if is goes in the
    > appropriate forum
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/mhqqczy


    This is a question about adding repos for building SUSE Studio image for
    SLE - it does belong here.

    Jim

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    ab;28164 Wrote:
    > Back to the original issue, other than using the search field to limit
    > which ones are shown (possibly) I do not think this is possible via a
    > user
    > preference.


    Thanks, that is what I began to do yesterday but was hoping that wasn't
    the solution. Perhaps it is a bug that one cannot check the mirrored
    repository as hidden.


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