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update programmed crashes - RodneyMyers - 09-17-2020

Fresh install, nightly mobian-pinephone-20200915.img, After I set up all of the localizations, I then went to try and update using the software application, as soon as I "updates" tab, the software application crashes .

I know I can update via the terminal, but that may leave the system unstable.

Not sure how how to proceed?


RE: update programmed crashes - Helium75 - 09-17-2020

I had this issue before . Try to update it via the console and after this try the program again ... worked for me.


RE: update programmed crashes - RodneyMyers - 09-17-2020

did that, then after a reboot, I received this message with the software package;
unable to download updates:
the following packages have unmet dependancies
<there were no packages listed>

in the terminal I see that gnome-authenticator maybe the culprit


RE: update programmed crashes - Helium75 - 09-17-2020

Yep - gnome-authenticator ... I did a update / upgrade this morning and even more issues popped up (python3-yoyo __init__.py could not be deleted ) ... I deleted the file manually and proceeded with the update , not sure if that was the smartest thing to do tho Smile

Let’s hope they fix the repo soon


RE: update programmed crashes - patrickmollohan - 09-18-2020

Same issue. I resolved this via
sudo apt remove gnome-authenticator
followed by
sudo apt install gnome-authenticator


RE: update programmed crashes - Helium75 - 09-18-2020

(09-18-2020, 12:24 AM)patrickmollohan Wrote: Same issue. I resolved this via
sudo apt remove gnome-authenticator
followed by
sudo apt install gnome-authenticator

nice one Big Grin 

worked for me to ....


RE: update programmed crashes - RodneyMyers - 09-18-2020

thank you all.

did the same after reading the replies. As stated above, it worked

again thank you


RE: update programmed crashes - patrickmollohan - 09-18-2020

(09-18-2020, 03:44 AM)jed Wrote:
(09-18-2020, 12:24 AM)patrickmollohan Wrote: sudo apt remove gnome-authenticator
followed by
sudo apt install gnome-authenticator

It's worth noting that apt-get (and by extension, apt) has a reinstall alias:

Code:
# man(1) apt-get: reinstall is an alias for install --reinstall
sudo apt reinstall gnome-authenticator

Good tip! However, this didn't work for me either. As with @wasgurd's post above, apt reinstall didn't fix the issue.
EDIT:
Not sure why @jed downvoted me over this statement. I said it was a good suggestion, even though it wasn't the right fix. Someone's got their panties in a bunch.