This is a fresh install just yesterday of Leap 15.4 ISO. The repos are default. I noticed that Bluetooth from the directory /usr/bin does not exist. I will not change anything yet I will run the other 2 commands later.
zypper lr -d
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The exact file name is Opensuse-SLE-15.4-2023-796 (1) which your command zypper info -t patch Opensuse-SLE-15.4-2023-796 (1) will not work. Removing (1) at the end it works. Is the update invalid because of the (1)?
You shouldn’t apply this patch as it will update to a kernel version which has some problems. Fix is on the way. Kernel will be retracted soon. Use forum search for more information regarding the kernel problem…
I have installed both on a virtual machine and a physical machine. I hav enoticed the problem with booting that is why I am asking about the details of this issue.
I was the one that asked about that security patch and was told there is a problem and the users of this post asked me form a confirmation of my workstation information so the forum member was also not aware.
Can you provide me with the details of this security patch issue? I have a Virtual machine that has the security patch installed and would like to know how can I view existing installed security patches. How is this security patch which had about 30 items installed be removed ?
Click on “View” and select “Package Classification”
Then click on “Retracted Installed Packages”. That should list what installed from this now-retracted patch. It doesn’t show anything here, because I have not installed that patch on this system.
If your system is booting normally, then I would not do anything until there is a newer kernel update. If your system is not booting normally, then you can boot from the previous kernel, follow the above steps and remove all of those retracted installed packages. To boot the previous kernel, use the “Advanced …” line in the grub boot menu.