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# rancher-desktop
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sudo zypper update rancher-desktop
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> sudo zypper update rancher-desktop
Loading repository data...
Reading installed packages...
No update candidate for 'rancher-desktop-1.3.0-lp153.2.3.x86_64'. The highest available version is already installed.
Resolving package dependencies...
Nothing to do.
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you can certainly force it with
sudo zypper in <>
not sure about the 'update' strategy regarding rancher-desktop (it might be better to give you the control over when to update rather than getting automatically updated when doing a full
zypper up
(hmmm, I just tried and in my case the update to 1.4.1 was offered by zypper)
oh maybe you need a
zypper refresh
Sorry - I should have said that I'd done a
zypper refresh
and a
zypper update
just before, and that pulled in >2000 RPMs.
Oh well - maybe it's just me.
I did
sudo zypper in <the_long_url>
and it's installed for me now.
Thanks for the URL ๐Ÿ™‚
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Do you have the Rancher repo added and enabled?
sudo zypper lr --details
I thought about that - so I tried to add it:
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> sudo zypper addrepo <>
[sudo] password for root: 
Adding repository 'Rancher stable packages (rpm)' ................................................................................................................[error]
Repository named 'isv_Rancher_stable' already exists. Please use another alias.
From my Leap desktop
> zypper lr 10
Alias          : isv_Rancher_stable
Name           : Rancher stable packages (rpm)
URI            : <>
Enabled        : Yes
GPG Check      : (r ) Yes
Priority       : 99 (default priority)
Autorefresh    : Off
Keep Packages  : Off
Type           : rpm-md
GPG Key URI    : <>
Path Prefix    :
Parent Service :
Keywords       : ---
Repo Info Path : /etc/zypp/repos.d/isv_Rancher_stable.repo
MD Cache Path  : /var/cache/zypp/raw/isv_Rancher_stable
that was just before I did the
sudo zypper install rancher-desktop
which said
The highest available version is already installed
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> sudo zypper lr --details
#  | Alias                            | Name                          | Enabled | GPG Check | Refresh | Priority | Type   | URI                                                                           | Service
5 | isv_Rancher_stable               | Rancher stable packages (rpm) | Yes     | (r ) Yes  | No      |   99     | rpm-md | <>    
Looks the same. My desktop picked up 1.4.1-lp153.2.1 and now I see it's offering 1.4.1-lp153.2.2. Maybe it's a Tumbleweed thing - @bored-farmer-36655 has your desktop got latest RD?
I just tried on Tumbleweed
@witty-jelly-95845 Doesn't seem to be on many mirrors It does, but I just install direct. @careful-piano-35019 on Tumbleweed your using only zypper up?
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Yes, with zypper up
@careful-piano-35019 for Tumbleweed,
zypper dup
only I normally use
zypper -vvv dup
to add verbosity. Hopefully snapshot 20220614 is the last big one for the year.... now with new gcc hardening option -D_FORTIFY_SOURCE=3 enabled.
If it makes any difference, I'm in the UK/GB. From the mirrors list page @bored-farmer-36655 mentioned the
Mirrors which handle this country:
is an empty list.
Sorry - I'm not too familiar with
and the install process - most of my resent experience is with Ubuntu - but I've forced myself to use Tumbleweed on this desktop to see whether I think I can jump across.
I'm also in the UK, using openSUSE Leap 15.3 and I see and now updating to latest RD 1.4.1 via "sudo zypper up rancher-desktop"
@sticky-summer-13450 I'm in the US and use it and works fine for me. For my Leap systems I have a mixture just to see the difference.
it might be a mirroring delay
@careful-piano-35019 Very very likely, plus there have been a few issues lately with the mirroring setup....