When I reading forum i have seen that it was example run zypper with some extra parameters(i not find them in man)
for example in repo’s is available openoffice 2.4 and 3.0 how can I install openoffice 2.4 instead of 3.0
i see something like this
>zypper in openoffice >= 2.4
but i could not find article where this example present…
could somebody explaine how this work? or link to place where this explained…
You can upgrade a single package from a certain repo:
zypper in -r [alias or number of repository] [name of package]
…if that’s what you were looking for (alias / # of repository can be looked up via ‘zypper lr’). Since the syntax of zypper is quite easy, I recommend reading
thank you gropiuskalle for reaply
I understand you suggest to type the repositry from what i will choose the package. it is really simple
zypper -r 1 -i openoffice
so i have another question… how can i find what repository contain my version number?
PS: But I want something different. Can I choose program not by repository but by version number.