I am a novice user of SUSE, which I installed from a live CD. The first time I tried to install some additional packages from the standard repository setup, I found a whole host of extra software was downloaded, including some with a Microsoft EULA (which out of habit I accepted!). On reflection, I can understand that the liveCD installation is a minimal one, and so it makes sence to add the remainder of the distro in this way.
As I am a novice, I sometimes use the live CD to experiment with, on the grounds that if I do trash the system, nothing is permanently corrupted as nothing is committed to disk. This means that every time I connect to the repositories, the same suite of software is downloaded. I’ve looked for a way to turn this pending list off, but without success.
Can anyone suggest how I can flush the list of pending repository downloads before anything is installed?