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    Default Re: Update fails during routine update and I cannot log out.

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    It might actually be easier to just reinstall.
    Hi and agree. Re-installed but must have done something different because all I have is the minimal bash-like editing.
    I have UEFI and all worked before with defaults or so I thought but I must have done something different this time.
    How do I now get the system to boot please? Should I re-post in the installation and booting section or can you help here?

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    Default Re: Update fails during routine update and I cannot log out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Budgie2 View Post
    Hi and agree. Re-installed but must have done something different because all I have is the minimal bash-like editing.
    That probably means that something went wrong with the boot install.

    We need some more information on what is going wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    That probably means that something went wrong with the boot install.

    We need some more information on what is going wrong.
    PEBCAK. My mistake. Back up and running again.
    Many thanks. Will now check exactly what I installed that pulled in the unwanted repos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budgie2 View Post
    Back up and running again.
    That's good to hear.
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    Default Re: Update fails during routine update and I cannot log out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Budgie2 View Post
    Will now check exactly what I installed that pulled in the unwanted repos.
    Most cases we see here are the result of:
    • doing a one-click installtion from a repo of another version;
    • then forgetting to say either "no" to the question if the repo should be kept, or disabling the new repo after the one-click finished.
    Henk van Velden

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    Hi Henk and yes I agree, fatigue and other issues don't help. There is a sequel to this thread however. Having done a fresh installation of Leap 15.1 and having had success with Tumbleweed on my laptop I decided to upgrade my Leap15.1 to Tubleweed before adding and setting up all the applications I use. For some reason this zypper dup upgrade stalled at one of the btrfs activities after it had shown completed 100%. No redemption here so I did a fresh install from a DVD and now I have Tumbleweed installed and working with one query which I shall post in the right place.
    Many thanks for all your help as usual.
    Regards,
    Budge

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    Default Re: Update fails during routine update and I cannot log out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Budgie2 View Post
    For some reason this zypper dup upgrade stalled at one of the btrfs activities after it had shown completed 100%.
    That's probably Bug 1110259
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    Default Re: Update fails during routine update and I cannot log out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Budgie2 View Post
    BTW what happened about the snapper rollbacks I should get from btrfs? I hope I can fix this without rollback but I am stuck at present.
    Code:
    sudo snapper list
    shows you all snapshots. But we won't know when you added the TW repo, the Leap 15.0 repo. Since this was a clean install of 15.1 you must have used some one-clicks from software.o.o

    Code:
    sudo snapper rollback ####
    where #### should be replaced by the lowest available index from the first command should bring you back to the clean install.
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