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:Please, post this question to the devel or user list, see [[Contact]]. I guess you can download the noarch and just click it top install, but I don't run SUSE so just guessing here. Note that you need 2.2.9 (just out), 2.2.8 crashes on 10.3
 
:Please, post this question to the devel or user list, see [[Contact]]. I guess you can download the noarch and just click it top install, but I don't run SUSE so just guessing here. Note that you need 2.2.9 (just out), 2.2.8 crashes on 10.3
 
::2.2.8 didn't crash on OpenSuse 10.3 !!! I don't have internet on last OpenSuse, but I think like previous release : add additional repository (domaine + path), (look at mailing list archives).I don't like the new default menu but you can add "old gnome menu" and maybe you will find yast options  more easily ...
 
::2.2.8 didn't crash on OpenSuse 10.3 !!! I don't have internet on last OpenSuse, but I think like previous release : add additional repository (domaine + path), (look at mailing list archives).I don't like the new default menu but you can add "old gnome menu" and maybe you will find yast options  more easily ...
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I found the answer - use the "Specify URL" option to add the repository and enter the URL as "http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/rbos/openSUSE_10.3/" THe domain + directory method does not seem to work (I suspect because of the "home:/" in the URL)

Revision as of 06:34, 19 October 2007

Can anyone tell me how to add Richard Bos's repository in YAST (OpenSUSE 10.3) so that I can get Gramps there?

Please, post this question to the devel or user list, see Contact. I guess you can download the noarch and just click it top install, but I don't run SUSE so just guessing here. Note that you need 2.2.9 (just out), 2.2.8 crashes on 10.3
2.2.8 didn't crash on OpenSuse 10.3 !!! I don't have internet on last OpenSuse, but I think like previous release : add additional repository (domaine + path), (look at mailing list archives).I don't like the new default menu but you can add "old gnome menu" and maybe you will find yast options more easily ...

I found the answer - use the "Specify URL" option to add the repository and enter the URL as "http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/rbos/openSUSE_10.3/" THe domain + directory method does not seem to work (I suspect because of the "home:/" in the URL)