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Re: [opensuse] Que openSUSE (evergreen/tumbleweed) para casa server?

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From: Felix Miata <mrmazda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2012 11:35:06 -0400
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En 2012/04/14 10:08 (GMT-0400) *Greg *Freemyer compuso:

*HG escribió:

 qué  *zypper en *zypper  (o malo)? Actualiza *zypper él o?

Sí,

Al menos en 11.1 y 11.2 días, fue recomendado te empieza vuestro
*zypper *dup estilo *upgrades por *upgrading *zypper primero.

Yo no más largo ve que consejo en el *wiki, tan quizás cosas haber *smoothed fuera de ahora.

Yo todavía él, ambos fuera de costumbre, y porque parece seguro y *sensible. Exceptúa yo no. Qué yo , en gran parte porque la mayoría de mi *dups es a Fábrica, es:

1-*zypper en *rpm *libzypp *zypper *wget rizo *mkinitrd *perl-*Bootloader *yast2-*bootloader *openSUSE-liberación *satsolver-herramientas (*obsoleted en 12.2 por no soy todavía seguro qué) *udev *mc
2-*zypper *al <*kernel>
3-*zypper *dup
4-*zypper *rl <*kernel>
5-(opcional) *reboot
6-*zypper *dup

Mi pensamiento es:
1-marca seguro el material fundacional es hecho primer
2-generar *initrd en un recientemente instalado *kernel no más que una vez
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On 2012/04/14 10:08 (GMT-0400) Greg Freemyer composed:

HG wrote:

 what does zypper in zypper do (or mean)? Updates zypper itself or?

Yes,

At least in 11.1 and 11.2 days, it was recommended you start your
zypper dup style upgrades by upgrading zypper first.

I no longer see that advice on the wiki, so maybe things have smoothed out now.

I still do it, both out of habit, and because it seems safe and sensible. Except I don't. What I do, largely because most of my dups are to Factory, is:

1-zypper in rpm libzypp zypper wget curl mkinitrd perl-Bootloader yast2-bootloader openSUSE-release satsolver-tools (obsoleted in 12.2 by I'm not yet sure what) udev mc
2-zypper al <kernel>
3-zypper dup
4-zypper rl <kernel>
5-(optional) reboot
6-zypper dup

My thinking is:
1-make sure foundational stuff is done first
2-generate initrd on a freshly installed kernel no more than once
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