Zypper is usually used on the SuSE distribution to manage packages.
If supplied, use the name and not the object id as the package name.
Either "present" or "absent", defaults to "present"
The version of the package to install. Default is to install the version chosen by the local package manager. For a list of available versions, have a look at the output of "zypper se -s packagename"
Either "package", "patch", "pattern", "product" or "srcpackage", defaults to "package". For a description see man zypper.
# Ensure zsh is installed __package_zypper zsh --state present # If you don't want to follow pythonX packages, but always use python __package_zypper python --state present --name python2 # Ensure binutils is installed and the version is forced to be 2.23.1-0.19.2 __package_zypper binutils --state present --version 2.23.1-0.19.2 # Remove package __package_zypper cfengine --state absent # install all packages which belongs to pattern x11 __package_zypper x11 --ptype pattern --state present
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