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Thread: OpenSUSE Tumbleweed, 32 BIts. Yast2 begin to upgrade but... close herself

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    Lightbulb OpenSUSE Tumbleweed, 32 BIts. Yast2 begin to upgrade but... close herself

    I use mainly Sabayon, but sometimes i use openSUSE also.
    It is an antique brazilian notebook, with openSUSE 32 bits, tumbleweed. XFCE.
    not used for more than a year.

    today, i used this computer, and can carry the upgrade of the packages...

    However, the Yast2 (upgrade online) method, not worked....
    it listed all the packages that will be upgraded, but when try to download the first package, it closes unexpected...

    however, i' m still upgrading using zypper commands and this is working

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    Default Re: OpenSUSE Tumbleweed, 32 BIts. Yast2 begin to upgrade but... close herself

    Quote Originally Posted by albfneto View Post
    I use mainly Sabayon, but sometimes i use openSUSE also.
    It is an antique brazilian notebook, with openSUSE 32 bits, tumbleweed. XFCE.
    not used for more than a year.

    today, i used this computer, and can carry the upgrade of the packages...

    However, the Yast2 (upgrade online) method, not worked....
    it listed all the packages that will be upgraded, but when try to download the first package, it closes unexpected...

    however, i' m still upgrading using zypper commands and this is working
    Hi
    That's quite possible, Tumbleweed is only meant to be updated via the command: zypper dup. No GUI's or widgets, just that command...
    Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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    Default Re: OpenSUSE Tumbleweed, 32 BIts. Yast2 begin to upgrade but... close herself

    thanks for the info...
    the issue seems to be solved, since after a command "zypper dup" even yast can be used for install example, a single, or 2 ou 3 packages.
    please consider SOLVED

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