Given 10.3 has just been discontinued, there won’t be any more updates. But I can’t find how to disable automatic updates… According to the manual, the applet config should offer an “automatically start updater on login” checkbox, but mine doesn’t (Gnome).
>> Just disable the repos
>If I disable the repos, I’ll have to enable them back each time I want
>to install a package, thus caching them again which takes much time.
>BTW, I found this in /etc/sysconfig/sw_management:
>## Path: System/Yast2
>## Description: Preferred package update stack if both
>## Type: string(zlm,opensuse)
>## Default: zlm
># set to “opensuse” to use opensuse_updater as preferred update applet
># set to “zlm” to use zen-updater as preferred update applet
>and I wondered which one the manual is referring to. But I couldn’t
>find either zlm or zen-updater in the repos.
Not to put too blunt a point on it, what repos where? I think only
update is still up, if it still is.