getUnscheduledErrata, but there is nothing for installed patches. I tried to workaround by reading all actions to see patch installations. Unfortunately, these actions don't include the former errata ID.
I found a workaround for me - maybe this also helps you @rpasche.
I simply read all recent tasks and filter for "Combined Patch Update" - then exclude the patch name (e.g. openSUSE-2021-1337) using Regex. After that I retrieve patch information by name (
errata.getDetails) and have detail information I needed. It's a little bit hacky, but works for me now.
But it could be problematic once actions become archived, I guess.
Hello everyone, I have been stuck at trying to setup uyuni for around a day and it would be really helpful if someone could help with some of my questions/issues privately.
I tried looking for answers in this channel but couldn't find anything, I would add the solutions to my issues here after getting through them so as to help anyone like me in the future. Thank you.
Hi, I'm a graduate student at Kyoto University in Japan and majoring in CS.
I'd like to participate in Google Summer of Code 2021 at Uyuni(openSUSE).
I would appreciate if you help me.
I'm building my environments and want to sign up OBS, but I can't.
I show what I did below.
Secondly, I tried to log in on IDP portal, but it didn't work too and get the error message.
"You are not authorized to perform this action.
Server error message: Either username or password is incorrect or you are not allowed to use this service.”
I'm sorry that I wrote my post in the wrong channel and repost several times.
terraform applyon opensuse leap 15.2 but gettin Error: Invalid index: The given key does not identify an element in this collection value.
.terraformfoulder. Then recreate the environment with
terraform initand then