A bit over a week so ago I’ve updated my X10 II to ‘Verla’ using the
sfos-upgrade scripts, however it might have botched the update a bit (it finished way too quickly and it looks like the majority of the packages weren’t updated) so I resorted to the good old
ssu re 18.104.22.168 && version --dup which, together with
pkcon update seemed to do the trick.
ssu re now returns
Device release is currently: 22.214.171.124 and the same version is shown in Settings / About product. I was even able to install ‘Predictive text input’ which ought to be available only with Verla so all good on that end. I did see some ‘Store error’ notifications over the past days but I think they are caused by the issue that have been bugging me.
Namely, ever since I’d get a notification that
126.96.36.199 (Kvarken) update is available. Refreshing / checking for updates in Settings / Sailfish OS updates says the same. The only way to kill the notification is to kill the
store-client process and clearing
/user/defaultuser/.cache/sailfish-osupdateservice/os-info but it comes back after a while / restart and I have to do the same dance. More so, I’m concerned that the misdetection of OS version might screw up package management or updateability down the line.
Any ideas on how to resolve this?