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Surviving a GNOME Update in SuSE 10

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Part I - Living it

Bottom line #1: Don't make a System Update blindly.
Bottom line #2: Don't make non-security updates "just because you can".

With a supplementary GNOME repository added (see this one) and all my usual repositories "on" (see this article), I proceeded to a "System Update" (from YaST).

Bad idea. Really.

What happened after upgrading from GNOME 2.12.0 to GNOME 2.12.2?
(I also got nice icons from Tango, but that was a good one!)

Full Story.

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