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Hi,

Can we rollback openSuse 10.2 last applied system updates? if we could, could you please show me how?

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wesly_chen earned 500 total points
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As root, use
# rug rollback <time>
The more details, please check the man page of rug
man rug

If you use "rug checkpoint-add" before you update the package, then it will be easier.

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Thanks for your reply. If I used Yast System updates utility to install updates and patches can i still set a checkpoint with rug and rollback the updates using rug?

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