Many thanks for your replay!
What a idiot I am: I asked for the list of the latest stable pkgs when I could verify that on my own, through the opensuse update URL :rolleyes:.
I found the problem, or at least, I suppose to have found it:
As configured software repositories I had also GNOME-STABLE and KDE4-STABLE.
This probably messed-up the correct pkgs installed on my system, with “spurious” ones which are not compliant with my release.
For example: I found that I had installed some pkgs whose version was “branding” which I suppose are related to openSUSE 11.00, or may be are some beta versions.
Actually I disabled the repositories GNOME STABLE and KDE4 STABLE and I installed last patches and updates from /update/10.3.
The system at present is running almost correctly, but I noticed that the “ggreeter” is complaining about the unrecognized .SVG theme image, so it is loading an “ugly” desktop, showing an yellow flower on the bottom right of the screen.
What is the images engine in openSUSE?
This behavior could be related with a broken GIMP perhaps?
Or better with ImageMagick?
I say this because the installed version of GIMP doesn’t starts neither.
I guess it has been downloaded from a previous update, when I had configured GNOME-STABLE among the repositories.
Now I think to be “on the right way” to restore my system and, step by step, I am checking every single package.
I tried zypper, on place of software updater, an I liked it very much for its apparent stability and automatic checking ability.