tararpharazon I’m using Gnome 2.28.2 on OpenSuse 11.2 and Gnome 2.24.1 on OpenSuse 11.1. The application “Software Log Viewer” has never worked, although the help/yelp screen makes it look wonderful.
Whether initially opening or refresh it is always blank, but it should show installed software.
So I don’t use this Software Viewer or Gnome, but I do have a script file able to look at many of your log files that does work. You can find the application SLAVE here:
Thank you jdmcdaniel3. I have the generic Gnome Log viewer and a script or two for viewing today’s log files. This is not a log viewer but supposed to be a Software Log Viewer, showing all the software that has been installed to your system. I think its supposed to allow you to backout software as well, but I’ve never seen it display any software packages.
Wow. Thanks, I never put that search together. That’s as good an explanation as I need to look into it, from a cursory view. If it’s a Yum based application it would’t pickup the Yast or zypper logs. Probably worked in the OpenSuSe 10.x and earlier versions.