I’ve been having a problem for a few months now with the docker-compose application in openSUSE Tumbleweed.
There was an update this year that makes it impossible for me to use docker-compose, since I always get an execution error.
I figured out a workaround for this by uninstalling ‘docker-compose’ and ‘docker-compose-switch’ through Yast Software and installing ‘python310-docker-compose’ which works.
But now I have this annoying problem that every time I update my system it removes the python310-docker and reinstall the non-working docker-compose application.
What can I do to prevent the system doing this?
openSUSE Tumbleweed VERSION_ID="20220913"
docker-compose up -d (Version 2.10.2-1.1) Error message: (root) Additional property mongo is not allowed"
sudo zypper in docker python310-docker-compose
**When executing the command ‘sudo zypper update’:
The following 2 NEW packages are going to be installed: docker-compose 2.10.2-1.1 docker-compose-switch 1.0.5-1.3 The following package is going to be REMOVED: python310-docker-compose 1.29.2-1.2