Updating opensuse 11

KDE 4.6.2


Can you try an update from the command line and tell us what happens? I live in a rural area with around 1Mb broadband (variable), and downloading a full distro of about 700 Mb takes around three hours. If so, I can't afford the connection time to stick with suse, Mint has nothing like this size. ] (y): n [email protected]:~ Which is a large amount but different to Ya ST's figure. -- owend ------------------------------------------------------------------------ owend's Profile: ) also of MUCH lower priority (and just trying to give you info for next time you have a questoin ): i have almost no idea how things work on other linux forums, but here we like to see a clear subject which actually reflects the question asked (that way the folks with the knowledge might find your subject interesting and look in--and, folks who know nothing about the subject and just skip it)...which most often means that each new problem/person is just about forced to begin a new thread for each problem (like, your quesion is only generally about updating, but specifically more like: Is a CD sized update normal?Open a terminal and type [CODE] su - zypper up [/CODE] before you do that you have to stop the updater applet. -- PC: o S 11.3 64 bit | Intel Core2 Quad [email protected] | KDE 4.6.2 | Ge Force 9600 GT | 4GB Ram Eee PC 1201n: o S 11.4 64 bit | Intel Atom [email protected] | KDE 4.6.0 | n Vidia ION | 3GB Ram Actually a '#' in front of a command indicates that it should be run as root. Running su -c 'zypper ref' gives (summary only): The following product is going to be reinstalled: open SUSE 11.4 The following package is going to change architecture: apparmor-profiles i586 - noarch 212 packages to upgrade, 76 new, 1 to remove, 1 to change arch. After the operation, additional 234.5 Mi B will be used. ) another way of saying that is: your question has mostly nothing to do with the thread it landed in..



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