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Old 10th November 2011, 12:33 PM
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Problems with PackageKit

Hey there,

I just installed Fedora 16 and all ready to get productive. Only, my PackageKit seems to be broken.
What I mean is that there are no repositories added to it. And when I go ahead and search for an app to install I get this error :

"No package chache is available. The package list need to be rebuilt. This should have been done by the backend automatically. failed to use search generator: database disk image is malformed".

When I went ahead and looked in the software sources it showed up the Fedora 16-i386 and the Fedora 16-i386-Updates repos. Please help me and guide me as to what I should do to get the PackageKit working.

Please help me. I'm new to Fedora.

Thank you.

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Old 5th December 2011, 08:25 AM
ekerazha Offline
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Re: Problems with PackageKit

I've the same issue.

I tried to

rpm --rebuilddb

but the issue is still there everytime.
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