Jan Simonson wrote:
> torsdag 31 december 2009 skrev Jan Simonson:
>> On my fresh F12 system installed over F10 only keeping /home from the
>> previous install, and after upgrading kpackagekit the other day I now
>> have: [jan@oden ~]$ rpm -qa|grep kpackagekit
>> [jan@oden ~]$
>> Today I brought the system fully up to date and thus upgraded from Kde
>> 4.3.3 to 4.3.4. I had to do it It from the command line as kpackagekit
>> didn't show any updates available even after a refresh. Furthermore
>> pressing "refresh" in kpackagekit now results in a crash and also
>> brings down kded4. Kded4 has to be manually restarted to bring back the
>> functionality on the desktop.
>> This is with only "stable" updates and NO "testing"
> Today after updating PackageKit to 0.5.6-1.fc12 kpackagekit started to
> function again with relevant updates displayed and no chrashes when
> pressing "refresh".
> Seems that the problem was not in kpackagekit but rather in PackageKit.
I'm too glad to hear that the latest update solved all (?) your problems with
kpackagekit. With the same versions installed I still experience, like Rex,
crashes. Could you please give some more information about your specific
installation? For instants, what yum packages do you have installed (rpm -qa
*yum*) Do you have some gnome related packages installed? Or ...? What do you
have in the config file KPackageKit in ~/.kde/share/config or maybe in other
relevant config files? Can you add your successful experiences to bug #551500,
Right, it was PackageKit-qt bindings in particular.
Though I'm glad it's working for you, I continue to experience crashes.
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