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    Default System broken after update

    Hi. After buy new laptop I have installed root directory on ext4 filesystem and now I'm angry on myself.

    Let's me explain.

    Plasma 5 update applet won't update packages, but often complain: No network. I decided to update system by Yast2. I open Yast2 -> Software Management and puts space enter. In next step I right click on package list, put mouse cursor on all packages from list and select update if never version. Now I have troubles. NetworkManager complaiin there's no session, PulseAudio didn't work(only dummy input/output are available).

    I decided to make zypper dup - maybe this will help.

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    Default Re: System broken after update

    Ok. Zypper dup won't help.

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    Default Re: System broken after update

    Quote Originally Posted by Lachu View Post
    Ok. Zypper dup won't help.
    Hi
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    Default Re: System broken after update

    Quote Originally Posted by Lachu View Post
    Hi. After buy new laptop I have installed root directory on ext4 filesystem and now I'm angry on myself.

    Let's me explain.

    Plasma 5 update applet won't update packages, but often complain: No network. I decided to update system by Yast2. I open Yast2 -> Software Management and puts space enter. In next step I right click on package list, put mouse cursor on all packages from list and select update if never version. Now I have troubles. NetworkManager complaiin there's no session, PulseAudio didn't work(only dummy input/output are available).

    I decided to make zypper dup - maybe this will help.
    This is a known issue. The following should fix it:

    Code:
    sudo pam-config --add --systemd


    Then reboot. This will probably restore networking and other functionality, but there may be loose ends.

    To clean up any loose ends:

    Code:
    sudo zypper in -f systemd
    sudo zypper in -f gnome-keyring-pam
    


    See:
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=983636


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thiudans View Post
    This is a known issue. The following should fix it:

    Code:
    sudo pam-config --add --systemd


    Then reboot. This will probably restore networking and other functionality, but there may be loose ends.

    To clean up any loose ends:

    Code:
    sudo zypper in -f systemd
    sudo zypper in -f gnome-keyring-pam
    


    See:
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=983636

    Thxs a lot !!!

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    Default Re: System broken after update

    Quote Originally Posted by Thiudans View Post
    This is a known issue. The following should fix it:

    Code:
    sudo pam-config --add --systemd


    Then reboot. This will probably restore networking and other functionality, but there may be loose ends.

    To clean up any loose ends:

    Code:
    sudo zypper in -f systemd
    sudo zypper in -f gnome-keyring-pam
    


    See:
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=983636

    This worked for me. Thank you.

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