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  1. #1
    gemini91 NNTP User

    Default 11.0 going downhill?


    I have been running 11.0 x86_64 for about 3 months. The last few days
    when trying to update
    I'm seeing problems with components that want to change from x86_64 to
    i586.
    The first one to show up a few days ago was DirectFB. It failed because
    splasy-0.3.8-53.1 (x86_64) requires libdirect-1.1.so.0()(64 bit)
    If I look in


    Code:
    --------------------

    linux-nocz:/usr/lib64 # ls libdirect-1.1.so.0
    libdirect-1.1.so.0

    --------------------


    It is there. Whether this relates to the other 16 failures I now have I
    don't know.
    Can I remove Splashy to get around the problem. I know it has to do
    with splash screens that I could care less about.


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  2. #2
    Ecky NNTP User

    Default Re: 11.0 going downhill?


    Going downhill?

    I'm still using the same install of suse 11 I did at the time it was
    released and everything works fine

    The time to fix problems when things start going wrong is really when
    they start, not wait until 16 problems later and start with the last one
    to crop up

    It's entirely possible that you installed or changed something that
    started to cause things to go wrong, with things snowballing since
    because the issues weren't resolved at the time

    Maybe you ought to think about what the scenario was when you first
    started having problems and work from there


    My version of directfb is 1.1.1-48.1-x86_64, I supose you could try
    running Yast's software manager, searching directfb and checking that
    you are actually using the 64 bit version and not the 32-bit


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  3. #3
    gemini91 NNTP User

    Default Re: 11.0 going downhill?


    The directfb problem was the first problem that occurred. The others
    just showed up today.
    My version of directfb is 1.1.1-48 x86_64. It wanted to upgrade from
    the games repository.
    I got rid of the games repro and now it does not want to upgrade.
    The other problems are all related to kde41. That seems to be related
    also to the repros,
    it wants to change archs back to i586 from x86_64. For example
    kde4-kmahjongg is at 4.1.3-29.5 (x86_64),
    and it wants to install 4.1.87-39.1 (i586). When 4.1.87-37-3 (x86_64)
    is available.
    The versions are on different repros. I need to figure out the
    difference.


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  4. #4
    gemini91 NNTP User

    Default Re: 11.0 going downhill?


    I played with the repos but it made no difference. Decided to get back
    to it today.
    Today the updates all were correct they pulled in x86_64 instead of
    i586.
    Don't know what changed and don't really care as long as it worked.


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  5. #5
    Ecky NNTP User

    Default Re: 11.0 going downhill?


    You probably disabled the repo that was tring to pull in the errant
    packages without realising

    But as ya said, it's working and that's what counts

    It's not always a good idea to have a whole host of repos configured
    and enabled, I tend to have third-party repos configures but keep them
    disabled until such a time as I want to grab any packages from them

    The only third-party one I keep enabled is packman's

    The other issue that gets on my nerves with too many repos is the time
    it takes the software manager to load every time you open it, more
    repos, more time

    I suppose it's a question of finding a balance with it that suits not
    just you, but your system as well


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