on my laptop Laptop=Dell latitude E6510, RAM=8Gb, GPU=GT218 NVS 3100M, CPU=i7 Q 720 @ 1.60GHz: host=pla-3-TW, partition=suse2, OS=leap 42.3, DE=plasma 5.12.5, KDE frameworks 5.45.0, KDE applications 18.4.0, Kernel 4.4.126-48-default, nvidia drivers, libreoffice 18.104.22.168
and other with similar configuration
after the last two updates ark doesn’t works anymore and also doesn’t appear the context menu “extract” when rightclick on a compressed file
opening ark from the application menu produce nothing.
opening ark from konsole:
ark: error while loading shared libraries: libkerfuffle.so.18: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
What I see is non-stock packages re. KDE. This is not your first post here which is nothing but the result of mixing packages of various KDE-related repos. Please, if you do not know how to handle these added repos, remove them and stick to the stock repos. Or seriously study zypper and it’s options to avoid these situations.
I feel that, the following question needs to be asked:
What advantages do you see in using the “next” KDE Frameworks version with openSUSE Leap 42.3?
[HR][/HR]Please be aware that, I personally use the (newest) Digikam version from the “KDE:Extra” repository with the “standard” Leap 42.3 KDE Frameworks environment: KDE Frameworks: 5.32.0; plasmashell 5.8.7.
I have no complaints with this setup and a (rebuilt) database of over 10 000 photos. Yes, moving to the newest application version and therefore also the newest database version, did need some (long overdue) database maintenance due to the age and quantity of the database content.
Once again, personally, I currently see no need to use the “newest” KDE Frameworks environment despite using the “newest” version of one of the KDE “killer apps”.
May I suggest that, a deep, deep, reading of everything that, ‘rpm’ does could be helpful …
Further reading: »O’Reilly«: Carla Schroder, “Linux Cookbook”, ISBN: 0-596-00640-3; Tom Adelstein & Bill Lubanovic, “Linux System Administration”, ISBN-10: 0-596-00952-6, ISBN-13: 978-0-596-00952-6.
I highly doubt that this would help with using different OBS repos that contain the “same” things and zypper pulling dependences from the “wrong” one.
What I would recommend (and already did recommend to the OP some time ago IIRC):
If you want to use my repo, take everything from it, give it a higher priority than all others, and remove KDE:Applications (everything is in my repo anyway, just named xxx5).
If you prefer to use the standard packages (mine install to /opt/kf5/, which can cause problems like this), remove or disable my repo. I suppose you do want certain packages from my repo (amor, kwin5-beclock), but you don’t really need it anymore after you installed them (amor in particular won’t be updated anymore anyway, it has been ported to KF5 meanwhile though and the port is being worked on but I don’t know if there ever will be a release).
Or at least give it a lower priority than all others.