Or even better, the following, because in this case it’s shorter to type in
(as well, because it would have thrown an error because there would not have been a “packman” repo (because you typed in “packmanzypper”)):
zypper dup --from packman
But, if you did, in fact, type it in properly, then I’ll have to bow out and let someone else more knowledgeable chime in.
I have “firefox”, “chromium” and “vivaldi” all working fine. But “opera” cannot handle some videos. It may require an “opera” update. As far as I know, “opera” is based on the same web engine as “chromium” and “vivaldi”.
Yeah, Chromium and Firefox plays video ok, but not Opera. There is a new version available 54.0.2952.64
but there is only 54.0.2952.41 in the repo. And I don’t want to download it separately from official site.
If you configure a Tumbleweed repo, install just the application you want, and then disable the repo, the risk is probably not too great. If there’s a problem, you can just uninstall what you installed from that repo.
The bigger risk is to keep the Tumbleweed repo enabled. Then you run the risk of installing incompatible libraries from that repo.
If this is just for “opera”, then my understanding (which could be wrong) is that the “opera” in the repos is just the version from the “opera” site, repackaged for openSUSE users.