I usually don’t post here asking questions as I can handle SUSE pretty
well. However, today there were a few updates available, some related to
kdebase3 and some to mysql. I thought, “fine, I’ll just install them
like I do”. I didn’t expect any problems but I got them. Here’s what I
did so far.
zypper ref && zypper up
this showed some updates for kdebase3 and libmysql. After letting
zypper do its work, it halfway aborted saying that it couldn’t find the
mysql updates on the update server. I found this a bit odd so I went to
the update server and manually checked to see if these packages where
there, and guess what? they were.
After running zypper multiple times and every time typing ‘r’ for
retry, it finally “got” them from the server and installed the mysql
I ran zypper again to install the kde3 related patches, but to my
surprise it does absolutely nothing. Refreshing the repos does nothing
either. There’s a patch called “fileshareset” and has a summary of
“kdebase3: Collective update”. This patch is supposed to update the
I tried forcing the update in Yast online update module, but again
nothing happens. I also re-installed all of the above packages in the
hope that the problem will go away, but again zypper and the update
applet in the panel always show that the “fileshareset” patch is
available for download.
Any ideas on how to fix that?
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