Since openSUSE Tumbleweed has been upgraded to use rpm 4.13 (snapshot 2017033), you keep on seeing the message “warning: Unsupported version of key: V3” whenever you invoke zypper or rpm. Of course this is highly annoying, and you just want to stop it, right? First, a bit of background: RPM uses gpg infrastructure to validate […]
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How to fix ‘My application does not show up in Software Centers’
Today, for once, I want to write about something else than just weekly reviews: how to ensure your application shows up in the Software Centers. openSUSE currently ships two ‘Software Centers’. These programs make installing/removing of *applications* – things the USER actually cares for, easier. They both use the paradigm of ‘application stores’, that many […]
Debug a crash after it happened – without knowing about it upfront
Do you happen to find yourself in the situation that you have a program crash every now and then, but whenever this happens to you, you did not start the app in gdb? Then I know that feeling; this guide will help you configure your test system to create a coredump whenever an app crashes, […]
Juniper VPN on openSUSE x86_64
Connecting to a Juniper SSL/VPN from openSUSE x86_64 – A pain, but does work.