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d_s_b
17-Apr-2015, 11:43
I don't know if this is the right way/place to do it (among others tried googleing "suse desktop supported packages version")

So this is a request for a support level (SL) 3 package update, from



Current:
0.8.4-1.17 (built 2009/02)




to



Request:
>= 0.12 (reason: http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ipython-notebook-doesn-t-launch-browser-quot-could-not-open-file-notebook-for-safe-execution-tt4975037.html#a4975039 - link (http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ipython-notebook-doesn-t-launch-browser-quot-could-not-open-file-notebook-for-safe-execution-tt4975037.html#a4975039))





Support page: http://www.suse.com/LinuxPackages/packageRouter.jsp?product=desktop&version=11&service_pack=sp3&architecture=x86_64&package_name=IPython (link) (http://www.suse.com/LinuxPackages/packageRouter.jsp?product=desktop&version=11&service_pack=sp3&architecture=x86_64&package_name=IPython)

Thanks !!

d_s_b
17-Apr-2015, 12:00
(same post with better formatting)

I don't know if this is the right way/place to do it (among others tried googleing "suse desktop supported packages version")

So this is a request for a support level (SL) 3 package update, from



Current:
0.8.4-1.17 (built 2009/02)




to



Request:
>= 0.12 (reason: http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ipython-notebook-doesn-t-launch-browser-quot-could-not-open-file-notebook-for-safe-execution-tt4975037.html#a4975039 - link (http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ipython-notebook-doesn-t-launch-browser-quot-could-not-open-file-notebook-for-safe-execution-tt4975037.html#a4975039))





Support page: http://www.suse.com/LinuxPackages/packageRouter.jsp?product=desktop&version=11&service_pack=sp3&architecture=x86_64&package_name=IPython (link) (http://www.suse.com/LinuxPackages/packageRouter.jsp?product=desktop&version=11&service_pack=sp3&architecture=x86_64&package_name=IPython)

Thanks !!

PS. :-) Does anyone know why "...IPython " at the end of the last plain text URL above is changed to "...IPyth on " when previewing/posting...?

mikewillis
17-Apr-2015, 12:58
(same post with better formatting)

I don't know if this is the right way/place to do it (among others tried googleing "suse desktop supported packages version")

So this is a request for a support level (SL) 3 package update, from



Current:
0.8.4-1.17 (built 2009/02)




to



Request:
>= 0.12 (reason: http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ipython-notebook-doesn-t-launch-browser-quot-could-not-open-file-notebook-for-safe-execution-tt4975037.html#a4975039 - link (http://python.6.x6.nabble.com/ipython-notebook-doesn-t-launch-browser-quot-could-not-open-file-notebook-for-safe-execution-tt4975037.html#a4975039))





Support page: http://www.suse.com/LinuxPackages/packageRouter.jsp?product=desktop&version=11&service_pack=sp3&architecture=x86_64&package_name=IPython (link) (http://www.suse.com/LinuxPackages/packageRouter.jsp?product=desktop&version=11&service_pack=sp3&architecture=x86_64&package_name=IPython)

Thanks !!

A forum post isn't going to cause a package to get updated. Forums are not an official support channel. If you'd like to see a package updated/modified because of a problem with the version currently provided and you have a subscription which allows you to raise a Service Request, do that. If you don't, you can try raising a Bug Report https://www.suse.com/support/report-a-bug/

Generally packages don't get updated to significant new versions (Firefox is a notable exception) because part of the point of SLED is stability.

Sometimes you can you find a newer unofficial unsupported package at the openSUSE Build Service https://software.opensuse.org click (the spanner on the right to select distro) but I can't see an IPython for SLED 11 SP3.

I just looked and IPython isn't included in SLED 12 or the equivalent SDK. I don't know why.



PS. :-) Does anyone know why "...IPython " at the end of the last plain text URL above is changed to "...IPyth on " when previewing/posting...?
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