[packagekit] PK on Slackware auto restores default packages
belka.ew at gmail.com
Wed Oct 15 12:56:09 PDT 2014
most probably reason are auto updates - in that case it should be possible
to disable them somewhere; it isn't really backend relevant then. Have you
updated the cache (with force flag) after commenting out the mirror. Also
black listing the packages for slackware mirror (and refresh cache after
that) should help.
2014-10-15 8:33 GMT+02:00 Sasa Ostrouska <casaxa at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 10:06 AM, Sasa Ostrouska <casaxa at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi !
>> I have a question but I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask. I'm
>> using the PackageKit on gnome3 with Katja backend. Everything works as
>> expected but the problem is that now its already the second time it
>> restored the default packages on my slackware machine.
>> I'm working on the new gnome 3.14 desktop and the packages I have
>> replaced to update them what gnome needs (Slackware 14.1 ships quite some
>> old stuff in this moment for gnome 3.14). What happens is that without any
>> command or any action it simply decides and reinstalls the replaced
>> packages. This does not happen on a daily basis but it happened only one
>> time right now on this new machine.
>> Question: Is there a way to make ask PK before it wants to do this
>> automatic restoring of the system ?
>> If yes, how should I configure or what exactly runs this ?
>> Any help really appreciated.
>> Today it happened again, I again have the default slackware packages
> installed. I have even commented out the slackware mirror in the
> Katjaa.conf, but in some way PK have it reinstalled.
> Next step is to remove completely PK from my install.
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