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    BTRFS is sent from hell... ;-)
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    Good to read this post, thought it was just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    What's going on in TW repos? Parents on holiday, kiddies do the update stuff? :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    Only thing I understand is this dodo thing. Rest: What's next? Reinstall TW? In the meantime I downloaded the relevant workout vids (cough) with youtube-dl, downgraded vlc to version 3 (as 4dev is a nightmare), found out that the machine explodes with highest resolution downloaded by youtube-dl by default... now the vid plays an I lost 2 h of my life time.

    What's going on in TW repos? Parents on holiday, kiddies do the update stuff? :-/
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    The problem is actually the other way round: Packman has the latest ffmpeg-4 update already, but it's not in Tumbleweed yet.

    Anyway, the effect is similar, you need to wait for an update...
    It should be fixed in the next Tumbleweed snapshot, which should have the ffmpeg-4 update and all dependent packages rebuilt against it.

    And no, this did not happen because somebody made a mistake.
    It's a "timing problem" caused by the fact that these are separate repos, and even separate build systems.

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    The problem is actually the other way round: Packman has the latest ffmpeg-4 update already, but it's not in Tumbleweed yet.
    
    Anyway, the effect is similar, you need to wait for an update...
    It should be fixed in the next Tumbleweed snapshot, which should have  the ffmpeg-4 update and all dependent packages rebuilt against it.

    Many thanks for explaining.

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    Default Re: Another Problem With Today's Update

    This is probably not everybody's cup of tea but I have Packman only for codecs. I added the VLC repo, prioritized it higher, did the dup with vendor change, and my system was happy.

    /m

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    The problem is actually the other way round: Packman has the latest ffmpeg-4 update already, but it's not in Tumbleweed yet.

    Anyway, the effect is similar, you need to wait for an update...
    It should be fixed in the next Tumbleweed snapshot, which should have the ffmpeg-4 update and all dependent packages rebuilt against it.

    And no, this did not happen because somebody made a mistake.
    It's a "timing problem" caused by the fact that these are separate repos, and even separate build systems.
    Many thanks! Nice to see that there are people around understanding what's going on! :-)
    Kind regards

    raspu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainerd View Post
    This is probably not everybody's cup of tea but I have Packman only for codecs. I added the VLC repo, prioritized it higher, did the dup with vendor change, and my system was happy.

    /m
    Will the VLC repo try to install the 4-dev version? Otherwise I could try this... ;-)
    Kind regards

    raspu

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    FYI, the new Tumbleweed snapshot has been released already a couple of hours ago.
    See https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-.../msg00301.html :
    ==== ffmpeg-4 ====
    Version update (4.2.3 -> 4.3.1)

    - Update to version 4.3.1:
    * Stable bug fix release, mainly codecs and format fixes.
    - Add soversion.patch to workaround ELF ABI breakage.
    - Update to release 4.3
    * A plethora of new video filters
    * Intel QSV-accelerated VP9 decoding
    * VDPAU VP9 hwaccel
    * QSV-accelerated VP9 encoding
    * AV1 frame merge bitstream filter
    * AV1 Annex B demuxer
    * Expanded styling support for 3GPP Timed Text Subtitles
    * Support for muxing PCM and PGS in M2TS
    - Drop ffmpeg-prefer-dav1d-for-playback.patch
    (solved differently)
    - Drop ffmpeg4_swscale_replace_illegal_vector_keyword.patch,
    ffmpeg4_swscale_fix_altivec_vsx_recent_gcc.patch,
    929e5159bc13da374b83f5627879c607acce180b.patch
    (merged)
    So the conflicts/mismatches should be gone now.

    You may have to switch packages back to Packman though (libavcodec in particular), in case that zypper picks them from the standard OSS repo for some reason (should not happen if Packman has a higher priority though).

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