Originally Posted by sayhello_to_the_world
hello - many thx for the reply
i wiped - sure thing but on a previous (!!!!) updatr i ruan a zypper dub
Please spell out your words...and again, YOU DID NOT DO A FRESH INSTALL
...you've posted NUMEROUS times that you haven't, done 'dub updates', modified repositories manually, and have partition tables that NO fresh install would ever have.
You have asked for advice, and have ignored it EVERY TIME. Why bother to post the same question over and over, when you aren't going to listen to the answers???
sooory - again : i followed your advice - and did fresch installs. but again to the zypper-dub-issue. done and the upgrade to 13.1,
...and we're back to "this is NOT A FRESH INSTALL[/B]. If you DID a fresh install to 13.1...WHY WOULD YOU NEED TO DO ANYTHING ELSE, like the zypper-dub-issue?????
Installing 13.1 from DVD gets you 13.1..you don't need to do ANYTHING ELSE.
well it is only the grub editing. To be precise – well in other words. there is a detail in the grub and put entries in the previous version 12.3 instead of the new. Well i mused bout hand-edit the grub.cfg and change to the new version but I worry about breaking the boot. How I can edit?
Attached is a picture of yast grub configuration, if it would not here to change the version number to update the entries.
Again, if you actually followed the advice you've been given MANY times, you'd not have this problem. You botched your system, as you were told you would, and now you keep ignoring the advice given to fix it.
To be very, VERY plain:
- Download the 13.1 ISO image
- Burn it to DVD or make a bootable USB stick
- Put it in your system
- Boot from it
- FORMAT YOUR HARD DRIVE
- Install fresh.
- Restore your data from backups.
Unless you do these things, it's not a 'fresh install'...it's the same messed up system from before, which was caused by ignoring what you were told. Asking us again in other threads on how to 'fix' this, is pointless.