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Thread: OpenSUSE Updater keeps saying: new updates but won't update

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    6tr6tr NNTP User

    Default OpenSUSE Updater keeps saying: new updates but won't update


    Using KDE 4.1.3, OpenSUSE 11.0. When I click to install the updates, it
    says "updating" and then just goes back to the orange icon indicating I
    have new updates. It never installs them no matter how many times I do
    this.


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    christoofar NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSUSE Updater keeps saying: new updates but won't update


    'Software manager no longer working - openSUSE Forums'
    (http://tinyurl.com/5lonb3)

    Everyone is having this problem. A package with KDE 4.0 dependencies
    called *fileshareset* was released to the wild, but most of us who
    update religiously already upgraded to KDE 4.1 last week.


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    6tr6tr NNTP User

    Default Re: OpenSUSE Updater keeps saying: new updates but won't update


    Wow, that's not a good updater. Really, an updater should have the
    ability to be configured to ignore certain things. For example, I could
    tell it to ignore all updates to do with KDE 3 and earlier libraries. Or
    even have it so when it shows me updates, I can click "Ignore this
    update item" and it will consider me to have resolved the updates.


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