I have recently decided to rebuild my fedora install and have had several problems installing the updates to the system. I am receiving the following error:
libcdio.so.12 is needed by package gstreamer-plugins-ugly-0.10.14-1.fc13.i686 (rpmfusion-free-rawhide) libcdio.so.12(CDIO_12) is needed by package gstreamer-plugins-ugly-0.10.14-1.fc13.i686 (rpmfusion-free-rawhide)
I am more familiar with using sources.list in debian style distros but I am unsure how to proceed with /etc/yum/repos.d. I am currently attempting to either install them from the CLI or to download the binaries, but I do not think that will fix the problem in my repository lists.
I have my server configured to update automatically every night. However, updates are failing with the following message: There was a problem updating the system. The following error message was reported:
['Not installing key'] If the problem persists, manual intervention may be required. how to troubleshoot or resolve this issue?
I have installed opensuse 11.4 64 bit on a dell optiplex 755 with 4 gigs of RAM. Everything seems to be functioning but when I try to install new apps through YAST or zypper, it starts to download the package and it's dependencies, but you see it quickly slow down on the download speed until it gets to nothing, and I get the Abort,Retry prompt. The internet connection is fine. I can install apps from the DVD medium.
I've been trying for awhile to install the restricted formats, but when in the download & and install process, YaST2 pops up saying that such and such RPM has failed. I hit ignore, and it happens again and again to all the other packages, bar the odd few that work.
I was wondering if anyone else is having trouble getting updates. I ran the software update out of the control center when I first installed 11.4 with the gnome desktop.I ran the yast online update and got what was on there, but now it just gives me error messages, basically it's stating it can't connect to the repositories.
7 months using Linux , 2 months in this Forum. I'm searching for answers too long. My vga card crashes to a black screen with 178 and 183 drivers searching and executing threads for this problem does not fix nada.
Quote: 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation G98 [GeForce 9200M GS] (rev a1) Problem with update 2.6.31-21 gives Quote: W: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/user/ppa/ub...86/Packages.gz 404 Not Found My upgrade gives:
I just upgrade from 10.3 to 11.4. Everything went fairly smoothly and most things are still working execp nfsserver
getting: /etc/init.d/nfsserver start Starting kernel based NFS server: mountd statd nfsdrpc.nfsd: writing fd to kernel failed: errno 13 (Permission denied) rpc.nfsd: unable to create inet6 TCP socket: errno 97 (Address family not supported by protocol) rpc.nfsd: unable to set any sockets for nfsd failed
dmesg: RPC: server localhost requires stronger authentication. [ 2545.282736] svc: failed to register nfsaclv2 RPC service (errno 13). [ 2545.282742] nfsd: last server has exited, flushing export cache [ 2545.282852] RPC: server localhost requires stronger authentication. [ 2545.282955] RPC: server localhost requires stronger authentication. [ 2545.283848] RPC: server localhost requires stronger authentication. [ 2545.283957] RPC: server localhost requires stronger authentication.
Since applying a number of updates using the online update tool in Yast, the online update tool can no longer contact the software repositories which were configured in Yast.If i browse to the URL which is configured within the software repo config tool, I can see the updates & folders fine in Firefox.Zypper seems to do the same thing & just sits there if I do zypper update.I see a number of other people in this forum have had the same problems, any ideas as I couldn?t find a resolution?
I have searched the net but can't seem to find answer for this issue. I am using Opensuse 11.4 with KDE Version 4.7.1 and kernel 22.214.171.124-0.7-desktop on an Acer TravelMate 4200.I updated my system yesterday and since that update the default Application Launcher for KDE is not working, when you click on the launch icon you get the "Kickoff Application launcher" balloon dialog but nothing else happens. A sort of a work around for this issue is that I have found when the application launcher is switched to Classic Menu Style then the classic menu works without any problems. I would however like to use the default launcher and not the classic one as it has so much more functionality and is easier to use and navigate
After the latest round of updates approx Sep 10, sound has stopped working. (I rarely need sound for anything so it took a while to notice.) In Yast :: Hardware :: Sound it lists all of the devices that were previously defined.
- 0: SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA) - 1: RS780 Azalia controller - 2: Logitech USB headset - 3: USB Audio
Yet when I go to Gnome :: Control Center :: Hardware :: Sound and select the tab Hardware, nothing is listed. I suspect this is why there is no sound. How do I go about reloading the hardware into the hardware listing?
My server was set to automatically install updates, and stopped working while I was away. When I got back to it, it now has a boot menu to choose between kernel versions, with no default or timer. So I pick one, and there are heaps of other problems. the /home partition isn't mounting, despite the fstab being unchanged. I can mount it manually using mount with no problems /var/syslog has nothing since April, and isn't updating when I reboot, so I'm not sure what I can cut and paste to here for you all to look at. The networking isn't running, in fact, most of the network interfaces aren't even showing up.That's just what I've identified so far. I have no idea where to start. I can't find anything wrong other than the fact it's not working.I can't copy and paste any output at this point, because I can't ssh,
Since I've installed opensuse 11.4 instead of 11.3, I cannot install .rpm packages nor execute updates. I get the following message: "There has been a (probably temporarily) when connecting to the software source/repository" (own translation) details: Media source [URL] does not contain the desired medium So, probably there is something wrong with my software sources. Could anyone give a suggestion to repair this since I'm not a linux expert and would like to install new software on my newly updated machine.
I've just installed 11.2 Gnome 64 bit and after applying the updates and when it gets to finding server it says all are too slow and I get this Error 5:Connection too slow... no server available, aborting. I hit ok and it disappears.
PackageKit Error cannot-remove-system-package: Subprocess failed. Error: RPM failed: error: package libpackagekit-glib12-0.5.1-3.7.i586 is not installed
Manually updating from yaST gives the same error. However, I cannot find the above packge available for installation. i found the following link in the "Yast2-ncurses broken?" thread, but it doesnt automatically install, and I am unsure whether it will work with ver 11.2:
I've recently ran the Updater Applet to install any pertinent official openSUSE updates, but I got 2-3 (they vanished before I could click on them) popups on the bottom right of my screen saying that an update had failed. Additionally, I found the following message in the Updater's lower panel:
Code: This update fixes an issue caused by a previous yast2-ncurses update, which would leave some ncurses (textmode) yast2 tools crashing. - #569000: yast2-ncurses-2.18.11-0.1.1: crash of yast -i with a segmentation fault
when using opensuse 11.2 i get a popbox saying there are security updates ready to install. if i right-click on each update, there is a "ignore this update" button but i cannot click on it because it is greyed out.
After installing a pair of updates and restarting my Login window is gone. CTRL + ALT + F1 brings up the terminal and I can login there, but CTRL + ALT + F7 only shows the default green background with the cursor. No login window. STARTX is running / XMD, GDM, KDM do nothing
I have an OS 11.4 system running on a network which prevents me from using the publicly available update repositories. Is there a way to mirror the update repositories onto a flash drive and updating from there?
Is this as simple as using wget to mirror certain directories on the public repository?
while downloading the updates, jersey central power had a power failure thus screwing up my router temporarily and completely screwing up the downloads; now back up and running, the update systems is not saying I need the updates but obviously I do;how do I go back to the point to get the updates?
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.
For some reason Update Manager is not installing updates as of yesterday.I have it set to check daily and notify if updates are available. It has been working without issues for well over a year now.
Update Manager tells me updates are available and presents the list of security, recommended, and other updates. All are selected to update, but when I select Install Updates in Update Manager it returns with a Reading Package Information window overlaid on the main Update Manager window - building dependency tree then reading state information and dumps me back to the main Update Manager window without performing any update actions.
I'm a long time Linux user but new to Suse. I got a couple of questions I was hoping someone might shed some light to. I'm running OpenSuse 11.3. -After running 'zypper update' I see it's listing a couple of new packages it wants to install (flash-player among them). I thought update would mean update existing packages, not install random new packages. Is there a way to restrict zypper to install only updates and no new packages?
-I'm trying to find a repository that has the complete courier mail server (smtp, webmail and all the rest, not just the imap server) but I'm having no luck. Anyone know where I could get it? I know I can build it myself. -Is there a way to automatically download all available updates so that they can later be installed interactively?
I installed openSUSE on my macbook pro 7,1. As of now I am trying to update the software, unfortunately, I have encountered a problem. As I hit the "Install Updates" icon, I get a window that gives me a readout of the current updates. No problem there. However, after I click the "Update" button, a second window pops up that gives a very long list of other software that needs to be either removed, installed, or updated for the original updates to be installed. Only problem is the list is so long, it extends beyond the visible desktop. This is a problem because I cannot click on the button to install those updates. The window cannot be re-sized, so there is no way I can reach the button, and I have even tried rotating the desktop 90 degrees (to make it longer), but still to no avail, as the install button is out of reach even then. I don't know how I can update the software if I can't hit the right button. Is there perhaps another way to get around this (like with terminal)?