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Old 13th May 2011, 07:55 AM
AlirezaAmini Offline
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Question Unable to retrieve software information

Hello. I have a problem. when i go to add/remove software, it will load for a long time, and then, i get a message: Unable to retrieve software information. I have tried writing yum with all kind og endings in the terminal, but it wont work. it will load and then i get a message: trying another mirror, and it keeps going on and on.
And i have network connection. ive already downloaded 2 programs, but after that, it stopped working.
plz help!
Ive downloaded: Visualboy Advance and Nexuiz

Ive tried these links and it dint help me.


Sorry for my bad english

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