<sorry if this is not in the right forums location, please move it or let me know where to put this>
Not being as fluent with openSUSE as I was with Mint/Ubuntu, where can I see a list of changes that have occurred in my latest Tumbleweed update? I am running KDE and only ever let the Software Update system tool (sorry I don’t know the technical term for it on suse, but the tool that’s in the taskbar at the bottom right of KDE) download and install updates for me - I don’t zypper up or dup or use YaST (although I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s using this in the background during updates). The most recent round of updates completely changed the Tumbleweed startup screen (much cleaner/polished look), the loading screen (a moving infinity/Tumbleweed logo), the login screen background and even the desktop background were auto-updated to a new picture (although I cannot find this pic in the wallpaper area or anything so it’s strange). Everything seems to work fine and I really like the changes, just didn’t know where I could see those specific updates to see why those changes were made…if all that makes sense.
Don’t use the desktop software updater for openSUSE Tumbleweed, or you will run into problems. This is a rolling distro (constantly being upgraded in the form of newer snapshots). As already mentioned by another_roadrunner, use the following
sudo zypper dup
I get the following info - is any particular option better?
Problem: SuSEfirewall2-3.6.378-2.1.noarch conflicts with firewalld provided by firewalld-0.5.2-1.1.noarch
Solution 1: Following actions will be done:
deinstallation of firewalld-0.5.2-1.1.noarch
deinstallation of firewalld-lang-0.5.2-1.1.noarch
Solution 2: deinstallation of SuSEfirewall2-3.6.378-1.1.noarch
Solution 3: keep obsolete SuSEfirewall2-3.6.378-1.1.noarch
Choose from above solutions by number or cancel [1/2/3/c] (c):