Possible Bug in Plasma PackageKit Updater


I use the KDE automatic tool for updating.

“Software Updates 0.3.2 - Plasma PackageKit Updater”

Recently, updates can not be installed due to a conflict of the tlp1.5, see https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/571994-Tumbleweed-ConflictThis conflict should only consider the tlp 1.5 and maybe related packages. However, I can install none anymore. Even if I select only the first of the meanwhile 1019 updates (it’s 7zip), I get the error about the tlp conflict and nothing is updated. Apparently, the “select all packages” tick is selected automatically, when I choose only one package. Should it be like this?

Kind regards,


Tumbleweed users mostly use

zypper dup

to get an up-to-date Tumleweed.

There’s a current thread about TLP here already: https://forums.opensuse.org/showthread.php/571994-Tumbleweed-Conflict

Probably not, at least it defeats the purpose of individual checkboxes. You need to report it where it belongs - to KDE bug tracking.

Currently you can’t have both power-profiles-daemon and tlp. De-install either tlp or power-profiles-daemon and retry.

**6700K:~ #** zypper if tlp power-profiles-daemon 
Loading repository data... 
Reading installed packages... 

Information for package tlp: 
Repository     : Haupt-Repository (OSS) 
Name           : tlp 
Version        : 1.5.0-1.1 
Arch           : noarch 
Vendor         : openSUSE 
Installed Size : 520.0 KiB 
**Installed      : Yes **
Status         : up-to-date 
Source package : tlp-1.5.0-1.1.src 
Upstream URL   : http://linrunner.de/tlp 
Summary        : Tools to save battery power on laptops 
Description    :  
    TLP implements advanced power management for Linux. 
    TLP is a pure command line tool with automated background tasks. 
    It does not contain a GUI. 

Information for package power-profiles-daemon: 
Repository     : Haupt-Repository (OSS) 
Name           : power-profiles-daemon 
Version        : 0.12-1.1 
Arch           : x86_64 
Vendor         : openSUSE 
Installed Size : 123.4 KiB 
**Installed      : No **
Status         : not installed 
Source package : power-profiles-daemon-0.12-1.1.src 
Upstream URL   : https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/hadess/power-profiles-daemon 
Summary        : Power profiles handling over D-Bus 
Description    :  
    power-profiles-daemon offers to modify system behaviour based upon user-selected 
    power profiles. There are 3 different power profiles: a "balanced" default mode, 
    a "power-saver" mode, and a "performance" mode. 

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