Yes. The latest versions are, in my experience, often Broken packages. We need an easy way to downgrade, and we can’t do that, per any instructions I have read, unless we can select an older version in yast, or point zypper to it. But the older (working) versions aren’t listed and zypper can’t find them without a ‘stable’ repo (which does not seem to exist). In short, is there any way to find / access / install the Old Working Versions of packages, rather than just stop using our computers for days/weeks, until a problem is fixed in a newer release? I’m on the n-th re-broken for some packages (where did ‘sleep’ go in the “leave” menu, why is my email broken, why are some of my USB drives inaccessible after that upgrade, etc). It would seem the only solution is to ignore all security/bug/etc fixes unless a way to Downgrade is available. Doing entire system-backups for every little update is a LOT of time-consuming effort to “work around” a simple “downgrade” command, as can be done in yum, etc.