openSUSE 12.1 – Kernel 3.1.9-1.4 im Update-Repo verfügbar

Das erste Kernel-Update für openSUSE 12.1 ist draußen und behebt unzählige Fehler und schließt einige Sicherheitslecks. Es beinhaltet zugleich alle 9 Patchlevel-Versionen vom Upstream, dass noch viele weitere Fehler behebt. Besonders fällt im nachfolgenden ChangeLog aus der RPM auf, dass eine ganze Reihe von Patches zum Dateisystem btrfs enthalten sind.

Das Kernel-Update kann über YaST2 oder per zypper eingespielt werden:

zypper up

Die offizielle Ankündigung zum Kernel-Update werde ich an dieser Stelle nachreichen.

Ein Auszug der Changelog aus der RPM:

  • patches.fixes/drm-radeon-kms-fix-i2c-masks.patch: Add git commit ID.
  • ALSA: hda/realtek – Skip invalid digital out pins (bnc#727348)
  • ALSA: hda – Add missing static ADC tables for ALC269 quirks.
  • patches.fixes/hfs-fix-hfs_find_init-sb-ext_tree-null-ptr-oops.patch: hfs: fix hfs_find_init() sb->ext_tree NULL ptr oops (CVE-2011-2203 bnc#699709)
  • X86: Solve Dell Latitudes do not reboot on x86_64 more generally.
  • sunrpc: wake up SOFTCONN tasks when a connection error happens (bnc#679059)
  • Linux 3.1.1.
  • Update config files.
  • Refresh patches.fixes/scsi-dh-queuedata-accessors.
  • Refresh patches.suse/staging-hv-staging-next-20110829-0327-Staging-hv-storvsc-Add-the-contents-of-hyperv_sto.patch.
  • Delete patches.drivers/alsa-hda-0002-Keep-EAPD-turned-on-for-old-Conexant-chips.
  • Delete patches.drivers/alsa-hda-0003-Fix-ADC-input-amp-handling-for-Cx20549.
  • Delete patches.drivers/alsa-hda-0004-Add-missing-static-ADC-tables-for-ALC269-qu.
  • Delete patches.drivers/alsa-hda-0005-realtek-Skip-invalid-digital-out-pins.
  • Delete patches.fixes/drm-radeon-kms-fix-i2c-masks.patch.
  • Delete patches.suse/staging-hv-staging-next-20111001-0058-staging-hv-fix-a-kernel-warning-in-netvsc_linkstat.patch.
  • Delete patches.suse/staging-hv-staging-next-20111001-0129-Staging-hv-Add-support-for-2-TB-LUN-in-storage-dr.patch.
  • Add package descriptions for ARM kernels
  • Update Patch-mainline headers.
  • ARM: Dont generalize the target. On ARM we can not build generic kernels that work through different generations, such as armv5 and armv7. So we better list them explicitly and not export an rpm that wouldn’t even work on the respective architecture :).
  • ARM: Use zImage, not vmlinux. On ARM we use the arch/arm/boot/zImage file similar to x86 to boot systems. Put that into the rpm as vmlinuz instead of the vmlinux ELF binary.
  • Linux 3.1.2.
  • drm/radeon/kms: fix up gpio i2c mask bits for r4xx (bnc#691052).
  • ARM: create uImage, not zImage, so we can boot with u-boot
  • patches.fixes/drm-radeon-kms-fix-up-gpio-i2c-mask-bits-for-r4xx.patch: Add missing git-commit.
  • rpm/kernel-binary.spec.in: Do not have a separate make invocation for s390 and the rest.
  • rpm/try-disable-staging-driver: Script to disable failing staging driver and restart make.
  • Linux 3.1.3.
  • intel_idle: Fix kvm -cpu host Null pointer enter function issue (bnc#726296)
  • Build the kotd against 12.1, not Factory.
  • rpm/kernel-binary.spec.in: Ignore staging failures only in vanilla only branches.
  • Fix kernel-source spec to give ownership of the /usr/src/linux link to kernel-devel. kernel-source depends on kernel-devel, so this is correct.
  • Linux 3.1.4.
  • rpm/kernel-binary.spec.in: Make the -base package conflict with the main one.
  • mm: Ensure that pfn_valid is called once per pageblock when reserving pageblocks (bnc#731261, bnc#730731)
  • Import 12.1 GA kabi files.
  • kabi/severities: Ignore changes to usb, nfs and some drivers for now.
  • kabi: fix jiffies_to_clock_t breakage.
  • Fix typo: Base package should not conflict with itself but with main package.
  • Use GPL-2.0 as license tag (from http://spdx.org/licenses/) Only have one licenses line per file, the rest was just duplicated.
  • rpm/kernel-binary.spec.in: Do not package the vmlinux image in the devel package.
  • Adjust kernel-source.rpmlintrc for Linux 3.x
  • Use versioned provides/obsoletes.
  • Do not show rpmlint warnings.
  • No self-obsoletions.
  • Linux 3.1.5.
  • Delete patches.fixes/drm-radeon-kms-fix-up-gpio-i2c-mask-bits-for-r4xx.patch.
  • x86, x2apic: Enable the bios request for x2apic optout.
  • Revert “USB: fix ehci alignment error”.
  • kabi/severities: Check drivers/usb again
  • Silence warning about dangling symlink and vdsos
  • Silence missing defattr warning.
  • batman-adv: Only write requested number of byte to user buffer (bnc#736149 CVE-2011-4604)
  • batman-adv: bat_socket_read missing checks (bnc#736149 CVE-2011-4604)
  • rpm/kernel-source.spec.in, rpm/mkspec: Fix linux tarball URL
  • rpm/kernel-source.spec.in, rpm/mkspec: Fix tarball URL for -rcX and do not generate any URL for linux-next and vanilla snapshots.
  • btrfs: Introduce btrfs_get_maps_dev() (bnc#672923)
  • vfs: allow /proc/pid/maps to return a custom device (bnc#672923)
  • Btrfs: make lzo the default compression scheme (FATE#306586)
  • btrfs: add new ioctl to determine size of compressed file (FATE#306586).
  • Sector Size check during Mount (bnc#724620)
  • Btrfs: rewrite btrfs_trim_block_group() (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: allow cross-subvolume file clone (bnc#698540)
  • Btrfs: fix leaked space in truncate (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix how we do delalloc reservations and how we free reservations on error (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: deal with enospc from dirtying inodes properly (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix num_workers_starting bug and other bugs in async thread (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: add allocator tracepoints (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix btrfs_end_bio to deal with write errors to a single mirror (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: drop spin lock when memory alloc fails (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: check if the to-be-added device is writable (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: try cluster but don’t advance in search list (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: try to allocate from cluster even at LOOP_NO_EMPTY_SIZE (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix meta data raid-repair merge problem (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: skip allocation attempt from empty cluster (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: skip block groups without enough space for a cluster (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: start search for new cluster at the beginning (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: reset cluster’s max_size when creating bitmap (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: initialize new bitmaps’ list (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix oops when calling statfs on readonly device (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: Don’t error on resizing FS to same size (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix deadlock on metadata reservation when evicting a inode (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs scrub: handle -ENOMEM from init_ipath() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: remove free-space-cache.c WARN during log replay (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: sectorsize align offsets in fiemap (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: clear pages dirty for io and set them extent mapped (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: wait on caching if we’re loading the free space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: prefix resize related printks with btrfs: (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: fix stat blocks accounting (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: avoid unnecessary bitmap search for cluster setup (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix to search one more bitmap for cluster setup (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: mirror_num should be int, not u64 (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: Fix up 32/64-bit compatibility for new ioctls (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix barrier flushes (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix tree corruption after multi-thread snapshots and inode_cache flush (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: rename the option to nospace_cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: handle bio_add_page failure gracefully in scrub (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix deadlock caused by the race between relocation (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: only map pages if we know we need them when reading the space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix orphan backref nodes (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: Abstract similar code for btrfs_block_rsv_add{, _noflush} (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix unreleased path in btrfs_orphan_cleanup() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix no reserved space for writing out inode cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix nocow when deleting the item (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: tweak the delayed inode reservations again (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: rework error handling in btrfs_mount() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: close devices on all error paths in open_ctree() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: avoid null dereference and leaks when bailing from open_ctree() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix subvol_name leak on error in btrfs_mount() (FATE#306586)
  • Btrfs: fix memory leak in btrfs_parse_early_options() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix our reservations for updating an inode when completing io (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix oops on NULL trans handle in btrfs_truncate (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: fix double-free ‘tree_root’ in ‘btrfs_mount()’ (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: check for a null fs root when writing to the backup root log (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix race during transaction joins (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix a potential btrfs_bio leak on scrub fixups (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: stop leaking btrfs_bios on readahead (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: stop the readahead threads on failed mount (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix extent_buffer leak in the metadata IO error handling (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix the new inspection ioctls for 32 bit compat (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: integrating raid-repair and scrub-fixup-nodatasum (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: Moved repair code from inode.c to extent_io.c (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: Put mirror_num in bi_bdev (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: Do not use bio->bi_bdev after submission (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: btrfs_multi_bio replaced with btrfs_bio (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: new ioctls to do logical->inode and inode->path resolving (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs scrub: add fixup code for errors on nodatasum files (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs scrub: use int for mirror_num, not u64 (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: add mirror_num to extent_read_full_page (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs scrub: bugfix: mirror_num off by one (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs scrub: print paths of corrupted files (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs scrub: added unverified_errors (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: added helper functions to iterate backrefs (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: use readahead API for scrub (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: hooks for readahead (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: initial readahead code and prototypes (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: state information for readahead (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: add READAHEAD extent buffer flag (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: add an extra wait mode to read_extent_buffer_pages (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix delayed insertion reservation (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: ClearPageError during writepage and clean_tree_block (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: be smarter about committing the transaction in reserve_metadata_bytes (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: make a delayed_block_rsv for the delayed item insertion (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: add a log of past tree roots (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: separate superblock items out of fs_info (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: use the global reserve when truncating the free space cache inode (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: release metadata from global reserve if we have to fallback for unlink (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: make sure to flush queued bios if write_cache_pages waits (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix extent pinning bugs in the tree log (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: make sure btrfs_remove_free_space doesn’t leak EAGAIN (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t wait as long for more batches during SSD log commit (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: ratelimit WARN_ON in use_block_rsv (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: do not allow mounting non-subvolumes via subvol option (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: close all bdevs on mount failure (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix a bug when opening seed devices (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: fix oops on failure path (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix race between multi-task space allocation and caching space (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix return value of btrfs_get_acl() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: pass the correct root to lookup_free_space_inode() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: do not set EXTENT_DIRTY along with EXTENT_DELALLOC (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix direct-io vs nodatacow (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: remove BUG_ON() in compress_file_range() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix array bound checking (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: return EINVAL if start > total_bytes in fitrim ioctl (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: honor extent thresh during defragmentation (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: trivial fix, a potential memory leak in btrfs_parse_early_options() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix wrong max_to_defrag in btrfs_defrag_file() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: use i_size_read() in btrfs_defrag_file() (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix defragmentation regression (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: fix memory leak in btrfs_defrag_file (FATE#306586).
  • btrfs: check file extent backref offset underflow (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t flush the cache inode before writing it (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: if we have a lot of pinned space, commit the transaction (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: seperate out btrfs_block_rsv_check out into 2 different functions (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: reserve some space for an orphan item when unlinking (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: release trans metadata bytes before flushing delayed refs (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: allow shrink_delalloc flush the needed reclaimed pages (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: wait for ordered extents if we’re in trouble when shrinking delalloc (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t check bytes_pinned to determine if we should commit the transaction (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix regression in re-setting a large xattr (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix the amount of space reserved for unlink (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: wait for ordered extents if we didn’t reclaim enough (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: inline checksums into the disk free space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: take overflow into account in reserving space (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: check the return value of filemap_write_and_wait in the space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: add a io_ctl struct and helpers for dealing with the space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t skip writing out a empty block groups cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: introduce mount option no_space_cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: only inherit btrfs specific flags when creating files (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: allow us to overcommit our enospc reservations (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: break out of orphan cleanup if we can’t make progress (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: use the global reserve as a backup for deleting inodes (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: stop using write_one_page (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: introduce convert_extent_bit (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: check unused against how much space we actually want (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix orphan cleanup regression (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: use the inode’s mapping mask for allocating pages (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: delay iput when deleting a block group (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: make sure to unset trans->block_rsv before running delayed refs (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: stop passing a trans handle all around the reservation code (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t get the block_rsv in btrfs_free_tree_block (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: use the transactions block_rsv for the csum root (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: handle enospc accounting for free space inodes (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: put the block group cache after we commit the super (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: set truncate block rsv’s size (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t increase the block_rsv’s size when emergency allocating space (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix space leak when we fail to make an allocation (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix call to btrfs_search_slot in free space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: allow callers to specify if flushing can occur for btrfs_block_rsv_check (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: reduce the amount of space needed for truncates (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: only reserve space in fallocate if we have to do a preallocate (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: kill btrfs_truncate_reserve_metadata (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: optimize how we account for space in truncate (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: don’t try to commit in btrfs_block_rsv_check (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: kill unused parts of block_rsv (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: ratelimit the generation printk for the free space cache (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: fix how we reserve space for deleting inodes (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: use d_obtain_alias when mounting subvol/subvolid (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: kill reserved_bytes in inode (FATE#306586).
  • Btrfs: move stuff around in btrfs_inode to get better packing (FATE#306586).
  • Linux 3.1.6.
  • Revert “clocksource: Avoid selecting mult values that might overflow when adjusted”.
  • Revert “inet: add a redirect generation id in inetpeer”.
  • Delete patches.fixes/hfs-fix-hfs_find_init-sb-ext_tree-null-ptr-oops.patch.
  • Delete patches.fixes/mm-Ensure-that-pfn_valid-is-called-once-per-pagebloc.patch.
  • net: Add a flow_cache_flush_deferred function (bnc#737624)
  • btrfs: use correct device for maps (bnc#672923).
  • Delete patches.suse/0001-vfs-allow-proc-pid-maps-to-return-a-custom-device.patch.
  • Delete patches.suse/0002-btrfs-Introduce-btrfs_get_maps_dev.patch.
  • Linux 3.1.7.
  • Update Xen patches to 3.1.7.
  • patches.xen/1124-x86-undo-limit-pages.patch: x86: undo_limit_pages() must reset page count.
  • patches.xen/1126-netback-invalidation-index.patch: netback: use correct index for invalidation in netbk_tx_check_mop().
  • patches.xen/1134-blktap-locking.patch: blktap: fix locking (again) (bnc#724734)
  • patches.xen/1135-blktap-map-once.patch: blktap: ensure mmap() is called only once per region.
  • Delete patches.xen/xencons-tty_mutex.patch.
  • staging: hv: hv_mouse: use KBUILD_MODNAME as drivername.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Cleanup error handling in the probe function.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Fix a bug in create_bounce_buffer() (bnc#724616)
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Fix checkpatch warnings.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Fix error handling storvsc_host_reset().
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Fixup the error when processing SET_WINDOW command.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Get rid of an unnecessary forward declaration.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Implement per device memory pools.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: remove last usage of DPRINT_WARN.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Support hot add of scsi disks.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Support hot-removing of scsi devices.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Upgrade the vmstor protocol version.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Use mempools to allocate struct storvsc_cmd_request.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Use the accessor function shost_priv().
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: use the macro KBUILD_MODNAME.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Use the unlocked version queuecommand.
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Cleanup storvsc_device_alloc() (bnc#724616)
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Disable clustering (bnc#724616)
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Fix a bug in copy_from_bounce_buffer() (bnc#724616)
  • Staging: hv: storvsc: Fix a bug in storvsc_command_completion() (bnc#724616)
  • Refresh patches.suse/staging-hv-storvsc-module-name.patch.
  • Linux 3.1.8.
  • Refresh patches.kabi/revert-inet-add-a-redirect-generation-id-in-inetpeer.patch.
  • Delete patches.fixes/net-Add-a-flow_cache_flush_deferred-function.patch.
  • Reintroduce removed blk_init_allocated_queue_node.
  • ALSA: hda – Return the error from get_wcaps_type() for invalid NIDs (bnc#740118)
  • Linux 3.1.9.
  • kABI: struct urb fixup.
  • Delete patches.fixes/reiserfs-force-inode-evictions-before-umount-to-avoid-crash.
  • kABI: struct inet_peer fixup.
  • Refresh patches.kabi/revert-clocksource-Avoid-selecting-mult-values-that-.patch.
  • Delete patches.kabi/revert-inet-add-a-redirect-generation-id-in-inetpeer.patch.
  • fsnotify: don’t BUG in fsnotify_destroy_mark() (bnc#689860)
  • patches.fixes/proc-enable-writing-to-proc-pid-mem-revert.patch: proc: enable writing to /proc/pid/mem (bnc#742279 CVE-2012-0056)
  • Fix auto-mic of ALC268 static quirks (bnc#742322)
  • rpm/kernel-binary.spec.in: Remove the conflict between the main and base package again (bnc#743608)

Die folgenden Kernel-Changelogs sind die offiziellen Berichte zu den Änderungen von 3.1.1 bis einschließlich 3.1.9 vom Upstream kernel.org:
ChangeLog-3.1.1
ChangeLog-3.1.2
ChangeLog-3.1.3
ChangeLog-3.1.4
ChangeLog-3.1.5
ChangeLog-3.1.6
ChangeLog-3.1.7
ChangeLog-3.1.8
ChangeLog-3.1.9

Hinweis für Besitzer einer AMD-Grafikkarte, die AMD Catalyst auf ihrem openSUSE-System installiert haben:
Das fglrx-Kernelmodul muss nicht manuell gebaut werden. Dies geschieht nach einem Neustart vollautomatisch. ;-)

Weitere Informationen: openSUSE – proprietären Grafik-Treiber AMD Catalyst 12.1 als RPM installieren

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6 Kommentare

  1. Marcus Meissner
    Am 30. Januar 2012 um 21:32 Uhr veröffentlicht | Permalink

    bitte “zypper patch” verwenden… das ist eigentlich die standard methode.

    zypper up geht auych, spielt aber alle vorhandenenpaket updates ein, nicht nur die offiziellen patches.

    Ciao, Marcus

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    • Am 30. Januar 2012 um 22:08 Uhr veröffentlicht | Permalink

      Hallo Marcus, ;-)

      ja, “zypper patch” würde zwar gehen. Aber nur solange ich keine anderen Repos habe, funktioniert es richtig gut. Ich wie auch viele andere openSUSE-User haben nun mal noch andere Repos eingebunden und hier meckert zypper ständig das er dies und jenes Patch (Update) nicht ausführen kann, weil bereits ein anderes Paket installiert ist. Meiner Meinung nach ist “zypper patch” viel zu restriktiv.

      Hier nur mal so ein Beispiel:

      # zypper patch
      Daten des Repositories laden ...
      Installierte Pakete lesen ...
      Paketabhängigkeiten auflösen ...
      
      Problem: patch:openSUSE-2011-2-1.noarch steht in Konflikt mit libpackagekit-glib2-14.x86_64 < 0.6.19-2.2.1, angeboten von libpackagekit-glib2-14-0.6.19-1.5.x86_64
      Lösung 1: Folgende Aktionen werden ausgeführt:
        patch:openSUSE-2011-2-1.noarch nicht installieren
        patch:openSUSE-2011-103-1.noarch nicht installieren
      Lösung 2: libpackagekit-glib2-14-0.6.19-2.6.3.x86_64 installieren (mit Anbieterwechsel)
        obs://build.opensuse.org/GNOME --> openSUSE
      
      Wählen Sie aus den obigen Lösungen mittels Nummer oder brechen Sie a(b). [1/2/b] (b):
      

      Gruß

      Sebastian

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  2. Angie
    Am 04. April 2012 um 23:55 Uhr veröffentlicht | Permalink

    Der Script prüft, ob der name ‘root’ ist, das ist nicht immer richtig ;-(
    Besser ist es in Zeile 409
    zu prüfen, ob der Nutzer die Nutzerkennung (UID) 0 hat.

    if [ $UID != 0 ]; then

    MfG Angie

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    • Am 05. April 2012 um 12:26 Uhr veröffentlicht | Permalink

      Hallo Angie,

      nun ja, der User root sollte immer vorhanden sein. Laut der FHS-Spezifikation sollte diese User vorhanden sein. Alles andere weicht vom Standard ab.

      Gruß

      Sebastian

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  3. Angie
    Am 05. April 2012 um 13:29 Uhr veröffentlicht | Permalink

    Hallo Sebastian,

    Das mag ja sein und ist schon richtig.
    Aber wenn ich mich von außen auf einer Maschine zur Wartung einlogge, dann via su wechsle, bin ich nicht root (das habe ich so eingestellt) um die Maschine zu unterscheiden auf der ich gerade bin. Außerdem kann man ja einfach in der /etc/passwd den Namen ändern.

    Könnte man auch als Frage der Sicherheit ansehen, wenn der Nutzer “wurzel” heißt und nicht “root” ;-)

    Der UID = 0 ist da eindeutiger, denn der 0er ist auf jeden Fall der SuperUser, egalk wie der heißt.

    Übrigens ist mir das bei Deinem Script das erste mal aufgefallen, dass nicht nach UID = 0 gefragt wird, sondern nach dem Namen des eingeloggten Nutzers – das ist sicher auch kein Standardverhalten.

    MfG Angie

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    • Am 05. April 2012 um 16:14 Uhr veröffentlicht | Permalink

      Hallo Angie,

      es ist für mich sehr merkwüdig, die Maschinen anhand andere Root-Usernamen zu managen. ;-) Wofür hat man eigentlich hostname?

      Aber okay, ich nehme die Anregung an und ändere es beim nächsten Update im Skript ab. Danke nochmal für den Hinweis.

      Gruß

      Sebastian

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