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    Default Re: zypper segfaulting

    I have run into this issue as well trying to upgrade from Leap 15.0 to Leap 15.1. Ended up using the bruit force script that Reg_gie made. Hopefully this works. The other workaround was to use the upgrade option on the Leap 15.1 DVD image.

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    Default Re: zypper segfaulting

    Experiencing this problem mid-November 2019, either segfault or silent exit. Thanks for the folks upsthread who pointed me to curl and libcurl, updated those and now working fine.

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    et al:

    Had this problem in my TW install, now running only in TTY . . . got the "segmentation fault" after pulling three lines of the Main repository . . . I thought it was a sure sign that my broken non-booting TW install had finally gone completely "belly up" . . . .

    Nope, just a bug that's been around since March . . . glad I found this thread.

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    It doesn't seem like the fix has been ported to Leap 15.0. Even after updating libcurl and curl, I still have this issue.

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    Default Re: zypper segfaulting

    Quote Originally Posted by blgardner View Post
    It doesn't seem like the fix has been ported to Leap 15.0. Even after updating libcurl and curl, I still have this issue.
    Hi and welcome to the Forum
    I doubt there would be a fix forthcoming as Leap 15.0 went EOL at the end of November (2 days ago).....

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    Default Re: zypper segfaulting

    Quote Originally Posted by non_space View Post
    et al:

    Had this problem in my TW install, now running only in TTY . . . got the "segmentation fault" after pulling three lines of the Main repository . . . I thought it was a sure sign that my broken non-booting TW install had finally gone completely "belly up" . . . .

    Nope, just a bug that's been around since March . . . glad I found this thread.
    No segfaults occurring with Leap 15.1 or Tumbleweed:

    Code:
    erlangen:~ # grep libcurl4 /mnt/var/log/zypp/history 
    2019-11-21 21:43:34|install|libcurl4|7.60.0-lp151.4.2|x86_64||openSUSE-Leap-15.1-1|5371f05e700ec048308d8e44723c7fd7eb9eb14b57e81b3de4b67241db0bab5c|
    2019-11-21 22:16:57|install|libcurl4|7.60.0-lp151.5.9.1|x86_64||repo-update|0bba135ddc2b494adbdf2b32e340b06f81e4ca0eb1eb147053ffe7e13c0a2385|
    erlangen:~ # grep libcurl4 /var/log/zypp/history 
    2019-11-08 18:58:47|install|libcurl4|7.66.0-1.1|x86_64||openSUSE-20191106-0|e5007389397247224da618b59c00cfb0d3b3c8ed367768903bb464adde52702a|
    2019-11-12 23:15:07|install|libcurl4|7.67.0-1.1|x86_64||openSUSE-20191106-0|9bbf14a2c6057ecabac3a7a16f8e080bc37e29d7a395e5e1ac0d50ec5d52d5bd|
    2019-11-18 10:23:17|install|libcurl4|7.67.0-3.1|x86_64||repo-update|a42bf6d3053994544583fb11c49aebca7060809f759f6108e46a4c618f0b3edf|
    2019-11-21 14:07:15|install|libcurl4|7.67.0-2.1|x86_64||openSUSE-20191106-0|6be48b0fd04e61a5b33c38751c81806230685de9ce8a6ba82467e111ad777c92|
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    Default Re: zypper segfaulting

    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1146027 fix for 15.0 is 2 months old in 17.14.1 libzypp. TW's https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1156481 remains open. I suppose you could try backleveling from 17.15.0 to 17.14.1.
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