OpenSUSE Install :: Wrong Digest Errors Using Packman Repo?
Oct 20, 2010
Trying to clean up my system having removed some factory repos so now I have the standard 4, update, oss, non-oss & packman. When updating and switchine to packman I get many Wrong Digest errors and when downloading many NO KEY messages.
What is the significance of the no key message. How can I renew keys from repo sites and what should I do about the Wrong Digest warnings?
Tried about every repo, listed on Additional package repositories - openSUSE but all give the same permission denied problem on some repom.xml and fail to add the repo.I want to install lame, on suse 11.0.
I'm new to opensuse, just installed 11.2 and added the packman repository to the software repositories list, and now when i open the yast software manager there are about a dozen selected packages to install, mostly related to multimedia like ffmpeg ,faac,faad and python-beanutils. I didn't want that, why does it happen? and how can i disable it?
With zypper refresh I get this Repository 'openSUSE-11.4-Debug' is up to date. Repository 'openSUSE-11.4-Non-Oss' is up to date. Repository 'openSUSE-11.4-Oss' is up to date. Repository 'openSUSE-11.4-Update' is up to date. Retrieving repository 'libdvdcss' metadata [error] Repository 'libdvdcss' is invalid. Download (curl) error for 'http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/11.4/content': Error code: Connection failed Error message: Couldn't resolve host 'opensuse-guide.org' Retrieving repository 'packman' metadata [error] Repository 'packman' is invalid. Download (curl) error for 'http://packman.inode.at/suse/openSUSE_11.4/content': Error code: Connection failed Error message: Couldn't resolve host 'packman.inode.at'
I was able to add other repos and install applications and upgrades (new install Gnome 11.4 64 bit on friends laptop), and Packman and Video lan are the only repos I can't refresh, any ideas?
I have problem installing Suse on vmware, after checking media i got "wrong digest" even if i try to skip this i got md5 checksums errors. The best I use DVD' SLED 11 and SLES 11 from course i was some time ago (in both the same error). I thought maybe something wrong with my dvd in laptop (GSA-4082N) but i tried on my old PC with same result.
I'm updating a newly installed openSUSE 11.2 64bit and in the process the checksum of a delta package called "yast2-ncurses" fails. The rest of the update went without warning.Reading through the forums I found that I should check the installation media and I did - the dvd contains no errors. The list of repositories is the default one with the dvd turned off.
well i did a fresh install of opensuse 11.2 64 bit i was trying to install the nvidia repo and packman repo.usually i get this by adding them form community repo's from repo management.but today i am unable to add them. i did not get those repos in the list there.whats might be the problem??
I've just done a clean install of OS 11.2 x86_64, KDE 4.3.1, and got the following message from RPM while installing multimedia support files from Packman using zypper on the command line:
Code: warning: /var/cache/zypp/packages/ftp.skynet.be-suse/noarch/rpmkey-packman-0.3.8-1.pm.1.1.noarch.rpm: Header V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 9a795806 Similar messages were coming up while installing other packages through Yast, and I'm wondering what the issue is. All of the messages were about the "key ID" at the end of the example line. (Everything is working so I'm not sure if this is a problem or not.)
This has been happening for about a week. When I run the updater applet (or when it runs on its own), I get the error: PackageKit Error repo-not-available: File '/repodata/repomd.xml' not found on medium [URL]..
been noticing this error when tryiing to iinstall any package from the packman repo: (Running suse 11.3_x64)"Header V3 DSA/SHA1 Signature, key ID 9a795806: NOKEY" (of course heach ID is different according to each lib)my /repos.d/ look like this:
linux-l0y2:/etc/zypp/repos.d # ls -l total 32 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 187 Sep 25 19:28 Updates for openSUSE 11.3 11.3-1.82.repo
How can I install Mplayer for openSUSE 11.3 x86_64 The 1 click install from packman is not working and the download install is asking for libopencore-amrnb.so.0 but llibopencore-amrnb0(x86-64) = 0.1.2-1.pm.3.1 is installed
I recently download the new 11.3 suse. I Install from the cd, and choose the update option to make it all auto-.Now I Found out that I have no Mozilla repository, Packman repository, OpenOffice one, as well as others. Then I go the repositories packages screen that repositories aren't displayed. Where can I found them ?What's new on this website that take those repositories apart ?
am running suse 11.2, trying to install packman repo.but when i open software repositories then the software manager comes up i select specify url, then add packman then the url to packman i get an error that the url is wrong. what is the right url to packman. the one i found and was using is "http://packman.mirrors.skynet" is this right or wrong?
I am not sure why cpan and bugzila are not recognizing the module and where is the mistake. I am unable to interpret why make file is having problem in cpan Can any one throw some light on what exactly is going wrong with my install
I want to set up an installation server for CentOS 5.5, using PXE for boot, kickstart for package selection (one for server), and NFS for share all files needed.I've succesfully completed a fresh installation of CentOS5 from the DVD for one of my servers (virgil), and I've copied the anaconda-ks.cfg generated by the installer to my install server (beatrix).
Next, I've properly configured the /etc/dhcpd.conf , the /tftpboot/pxelinux.cfg/<IP_CODED> and the /etc/exports for NFS sharing on beatrix.Then, I've copied all the first DVD of CentOS5 content in this folder on beatrix: /opt/CentOS_install I've tried to start virgil from ethernet, and all has gone ok, with the kickstart and so on! But I've decided to apply the updates (new kernel, sudo, xorg, ...), so I've deleted the old rpms from /opt/CentOS_install/CentOS and copied the new ones (downloaded from http://mirror.centos.org/centos-5/5/updates/x86_64/RPMS/). So, I've launched the following commands to recreate the repodata:
But when I try to reinstall virgil, an error message appears, telling me that a package (perl-DBI-...) isn't present in the media.After some debugging, I've noticed that in the /opt/CentOS_install/repodata/primary.xml.gz there isn't the correct path for the rpms. If you look at the original primary.xml, the "path" is like:path="CentOS/abcxyz.rpm" while in the generated file (with createrepo) the path is:
path="abcxyz.rpm".How can I recreate the repodata with the correct path information?
I recently reinstalled my workstation from OpenSuse 11.2 to 11.4. After the installation, I found that I could not run zypper anymore. A few things to note first.
- OpenSuse 11.4 x64 - behind corporate firewall (which worked fine with zypper as long as a proxy was configured with previous versions
- used that ZYPP_ARIA=0 variable previously to help). - proxies configured in /etc/sysconfig/proxy. - all other network utilities I normally use (browser, ssh) all work fine. - I have removed all repositories and added them again several times. I have also done "zypper clean" several times not that I would expect that to be better than removing and re-adding the repositories. When I attempt to run "zypper ref" or "zypper in foo" I get the following:
If I manually use wget to grab the package and either run it directly or insert it into the /var/cache/zypp tree (replacing the metalink version zypper complains about) it always works and gives me the right file.....
I just upgraded from 11.2 to 11.4 and the installation/upgrade worked just perfect. I than followed the instructions in the "New User How To/FAQ", "Multimedia and restricted format" post. I was following the instruction in the 11.4 section. I added the additional repositories as explained. I then was on the section where it talks about going into software management and selecting the "Packman" repository and clicking to "switch systems packages" to the versions in this repository (packman). I than click this link and the "warning" screen appears and I am present with conflict resolution after conflict resolution dialog. It just seems that there are some many conflicts, it just seems wrong and I canceled.
The installation/upgrade appears to have worked just fine. My mail is there, audio and dvd play back worked the first try after the upgrade. I am not clear if this is what I should expect or their is something wrong or if I even need to complete this step for a successfully installation.
i'm attempting to know and understand fedora more and i will spend probably the next month pouring through all the forums and documents to answer more of my own questions. but there's quite a bit here, so i'd thought i'd ask some noob questions to get me started a little.
ive installed fedora 14 64bit and chosen only kde as the desktop. i selected an extra 2 repos besides the default, fedora 14 -x86_64 and fedora 14-x86_64 -updates. i believe this kernel is installed: 188.8.131.52-83
1. i can only see the 2 extra repo's as being "checked" in kpackagekit, shouldn't i see the default repo also ?
2. i dont have an applet in the system tray indicating the system is up to date, does fedora have this by default ? also after a clean install i ran yum check-update and yum update but the message sayes: "no packages marked for update". i'm not sure if the system is auto-updated during install or not, but with other distros iv tried there is always atleast a few updates needing to be done after install.
3. is kpackagekit the fedora gui package manager ? i dont see any others.
4. i want to upgrade to nvidia drivers, but i think i am missing a non-free repo or something. when i enter: yum install kmod-nvidia xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.i686 xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs.x86_64 i get messages stating "no package" i get the same message with yum install nvidia-settings.i also tried this: LANG=C yum --enablerepo=rpmfusion-nonfree info akmod-nvidia but it sayes repo not found.
I just changed repos back to a standard CentOS base repo due to the custom one I was using needing https, and due to a proxy issue, only have http.When I run yum update, it finds that the path for the mirrors is off slightly giving me 404 errors.
YaST-->Software-->Online Update Getting error: There was an error in the repository initialization. 'repo-non-oss': Failed to cache repo (139). History: - repo2solv.sh "/var/cache/zypp/raw/repo-non-oss" > "/var/cache/zypp/solv/repo-non-oss/solv"
Output of zypper lr:
# | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh --+-----------------------+-----------------------+---------+-------- 1 | openSUSE-11.0-Updates | openSUSE-11.0-Updates | Yes | Yes 2 | openSUSE-DVD 11.0 | openSUSE-DVD 11.0 | Yes | No
If I disable the repo-non-oss repository the update works fine. The URL I have for the repo-non-oss repository is:
Index of /distribution/11.0/repo/non-oss
This has been going on for over a week. Do I need to use a different URL for the non-oss repository? I live in New York, United States.
I have 2 machines running 11.1, but using 2 diff KDE repo sets . . .
On the first, I am using /KDE:/43:/openSUSE_11.1 as listed under the KDE 4.3.x section of the KDE repo's page. The installed KDE version is 4.3.3-3 but yesterday this repo was updated to 4.3.4-1. The corresponding repo for 11.2 now also has 4.3.4-1.
On the second, I am using /KDE:/KDE4:/Factory:/Desktop/openSUSE_11.1. Installed is 4.3.3-128, the most current. This is the same version as in the corresponding 11.2 repo.
IIRC (and I very well may not) for those of us who wanted to go to 4.2 (and later, 4.3) it was first advised to use the /KDE:/KDE4:/Factory set, but later it was advised to switch to the /KDE:/43:/ set.
In any event, since 4.3.3 is officially released by KDE and considered stable while 4.3.4 is not, it would appear the upgrade path should use /KDE:/KDE4:/Factory/11.2 (which is counter-intuitive to me, given the "factory" nomenclature; on the other hand, the "43:" section is not accurately described, so perhaps that's the problem).
I downloaded OpenSUSE 11.2 x86. Recordered,ran. I selected language (polish) and chose "Install" (originally "instaluj ). Installer booted, but I can't install because "linuxrc" was ran. Linuxrc can't find install disk, repo. I'll install with local DVD-RAM drive.
that's it! I got OpenSuse 11.2 and the size of the Repo has exceeded the 4 GB limit. This means that the mirror doesn't fit on my USB-stick anymore, nor would it fit on aDVD-RAM/RW (thus I can't distribute the updates anymore). Yes, there are bigger USB-sticks and BR-RWs, but in the end it is pure insanity!
The repository [URL] is not currently (or no longer) valid. The path still exists up to the "Contrib" level, however, there are no files or subdirectories under it. There are also two siblings at the "Contrib" directory level ("Live" and "Update:") and there are no files under them either other than a single subdirectory called "Test" under "Update:". Does anyone know if the updates that used to be available in this repository have moved and, if so, where to? If the repository is no longer required and there is no replacement, I'll simply remove it. I have also noticed issues for several months where the updater applet will go into an "updating" state and never return from it.
I made the unfortunate mistake of doing this (sudo rm -r /bin) instead of (sudo rm -r bin) in the folder I was in..I'm trying to copy my data over from my Karmic system using mount, but I'm unable to mount. When I try to mount I get errors of an wrong fs type..
I've done fdisk -l & I get this: /dev/sda1 * 1 37599 302013936 83 Linux
What the heck filesystem is Linux? Is that like ext3 or something? I don't know. Here is what I'm trying to run: mount -t ??? /dev/sda1 /media/disk -o force
Also, besides that. If there a way I can fix my OS without having to do a reinstall? Or at least is there a way can backup my files? I have a 1tb external so that's not the issue.
Following the Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide (11.2), I could see that I can avoid installing the VLC repo and execute the rpm command that installs a VLC-related rpm. I prefer executing the command from the terminal instead of installing the repo, because that it feels safer. But I installed suse11.2 64bit, which IMHO makes the libdvdcss version i386 to not be taken to it's full potential. (It's better to install a 64bit version of the libdvdcss package). What is recommended: installing the repo or using the rpm command (all this repo issue is new for me, so naturally I prefer to avoid it, but eventually I'll need to use it...)
Now the issue is about the openSUSE 11.4 Updates repo (priority 99). It shows newer packages version than the KR46 repos for some packages, therefore I'm not sure if I have to push Updates repo up in priorities or just forget its update messages an keep the KDE repos as first source.
Installed 6.01a from DVD 1 on a system with 4GB ram. Installer installed amd64 version by default. When I try to install amd64.deb files I get "wrong architecture" error messages from the package manager. root@Laptop-RalphDeb:/home/ralphq# uname -r 2.6.32-5-amd64 root@Laptop-RalphDeb:/home/ralphq# uname -p unknown Why I can install amd64 programs and why I get unknown for the uname -p command?
I'm running 11.3 KDE 64bit I've installed Google-chrome browser, but it's unstable the crashes when trying to send attachments in Gmail How do I install Chromium-browser? What repo is needed in Yast? I've installed it on my Mandriva box and its much more stable