Opensuse 12.3 - kde update conflicts - there needs to be only one!
not a technical person so only a limited ability to explain this, but here goes:
back in the day we used YAST, it found updates and installed them, all was ok in the world.
then we needed desktop notifiers to inform the user that new updates were available, and all was good in the world.
then we decided that the notifier ought to be able to install updates, and two parallel systems were born, and thus was conflict brought into the world.
then we had kpackagekit which promised to return the user to the blessed lands of update management+notification nirvana, but the dream was not realised.
then apper arrived promising to correct the flaws of kpackagekit, but still we get conflicts were one service is blocked by the (invisible) operation of the other.
We need a simpler system:
for 12.2, can we make apper call YAST to install updates, or YAST use packagekit as the 'backend', but not have two parallel systems of updates that invariably tie themselves in knots?
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