Zypper bug in PT-BR version

Hello everyone, I want ask if there is some way to change Zypper’s question keys because after last update it gives me redundant keys “Interromper, repetir ou ignorar? * (i)” - I or R or I again, “Interromper”(Abort) it always default and “Ignorar”(Ignore) it won’t work.

Best regards,
Edwin*

Instead of “changing” your options,
You should instead evaluate what is causing the problem.

Is the specific package critical to functionality or your use?

If it doesn’t work today, maybe submit a bug at https://bugzilla.opensuse.org.

If you choose
r Another attempt will be made to install but if the problem isn’t transient, then this option will always repeat and never succeed.

i - The install will skip over this package and continue. If there is an older, existing package it will still be used. If an existing package doesn’t exist, then anything depending on this package may fail.

a- Abort the entire install. There is no rollback, the installation just stops, with some packages installed and others not.

HTH,
TSU

On Sat, 30 Apr 2016 20:26:02 +0000, eddiesuse wrote:

> Hello everyone, I want ask if there is some way to change Zypper’s
> question keys because after last update it gives me redundant keys
> “Interromper, repetir ou ignorar? * (i)” - I or R or I again,
> “Interromper”(Abort) it always default and “Ignorar”(Ignore) it won’t
> work.
>
> Best regards,
> Edwin

You’ll want to report a bug at bugzilla.opensuse.org for this.

Thanks!

Jim


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Oh well, rotfl!, in brazilian portuguese version of zypper gives me only this 3 options to input I, R, I ], two I ] which conflicts with each other, well its probably a PT-BR bug, but I was thinking about a workaround which is just remove the zypper’s language pack.
As I’m not a Pro, also I thought maybe there is someone who knows if is possible choose another input options to set in zypper (prior version defaulted ones).

Anyway,
Thanks,
Edwin

Someone else already did in bugzilla.

https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=975777

Thanks everyone,
Best regards
Edwin

Interesting bug :slight_smile:

Seems that the same keystrokes should be consistent across all languages (r/i/a) and words should be chosen that correspond to those three keys.

TSU