The problem lies in the package “palomino-ossim”.
As a dependency it wants openJDK but AFAIK sun-java will work as well.
I think you can safely install palomino but not openJDK, YaST will show some errors.
Select the option “break some dependency of palomino-ossim”.
I don’t know how to NOT install that openjdk stuff. I go to the ‘Installation Summary’ tab. There I can see the openjdk with a green check-mark and 3 green dots under. I can right-click and choose ‘Do not install’, but the green icon doesn’t change. Isn’t it supposed to do that?
I just selected the option “Taboo – never install” then YaST shows an error message.
From there I selected “break some dependencies” (or something like that).
The problem is that it will just install palomino without any of it’s dependencies.
What I’ve done now is check the palomino packages for install.
Select the Install Summary tab and change all packages except openJDK to install.
After that you can right click on the openJDK packages and select “Taboo – never install”.
To the following error just say “Break some dependencies”.
I’m not completely sure that it will work so I’m trying it right now.
Tip: Selecting the packages one for one and right-click on them and selecting “Install” is a lot of work.
What I do is select the top one and press + (on the numpad-side), a shortcut for Install.
Then I just press the down-arrow and + again do this for every package.
If this doesn’t work I think you could try to compile it from source.
But first let’s try this out.