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For some reasons, I had to flag some packets as taboo to prevent installation and unexpected configuration changes.

For example, I've blocked nouveau drivers, because I use Nvidia proprietary drivers, and OpenJDK because I use Oracle JDK.

My issue, is when I try to update some packages like Libreoffice, I get tons of conflicts errors because LibreOffice has a dependency with OpenJDK.

So everytime I need to flag manually all packages to ignore the conflict.

There is a way to tell at Yast to remember what conflicts should ignore one time for all?

Yast Conflicts

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You can easily have multiple installs of java, and choose the one to use : With the /etc/alternatives/ mechanism :

# /usr/sbin/update-alternatives --config java

And : Libreoffice has no problem using the Oracle java.

  • Sorry, but this doesn't sole my Issue, and doesn't answer my question: 1) I know LibreOffice has no problem using Oracle JDK, this is the reason I want use Oracle JDK only. – Stefano Balzarotti Apr 4 '17 at 11:34
  • 2) I already tried to use the alternatives config mechanism, but everytime I update the openJDK, it breaks the configuration. 3) this doesn't help me with other packages, like some libraries that depends from nouveau – Stefano Balzarotti Apr 4 '17 at 11:45
  • 4) Why I should install those fake dependencies?, on my system these are dangerous, and I've already replaced them with correct working libraries. I simply need to ignore these fake conflicts. And I think it's very stupid if I can ignore them only manually. 5) In my question I asked how to ignore conflicts one time for all, not how to solve LibreOffice conflicts. – Stefano Balzarotti Apr 4 '17 at 11:54

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