I’m running Tumbleweed. When doing a zypper dup to snapshot 20210817, zypper wanted to install the pattern microos_desktop_common. Doing so would remove some alsa packages and install some pipewire packages.
Is this intended or a mistake with snapshot 20210817? I wanted to check first as I didn’t know if at a later date dependencies for that pattern may pull in more MicroOS packages.
I just removed the lock on that pattern, refreshed the repos and now I can’t find it either. Whatever happened must have been caught and fixed pretty quickly after it was made available. I was talking to someone else who saw it too. They installed it along with the rest of the Tumbleweed updates.
zypper dup still wants to install the pattern microos_desktop_common
I’ve disabled the Packman and MediaElch repos, then I’ve tried zypper clean --all and then zypper refresh. That pattern does not show up with a search (zypper search -t pattern microos) as seen here https://paste.opensuse.org/95937130
sudo zypper -vvv dup --allow-vendor-change gives the following https://pastebin.com/KXmp3iLX Sorry for using pastebin, but paste.opensuse.org is now saying I’m a spammer.
If I lock that pattern again to prevent it installing zypper dup shows nothing needs doing at all.
I don’t mind locking that pattern so it won’t install. I just don’t understand why it’s only appearing with zypper dup.