[packagekit] gpk-application 2.28.0 on Ubuntu 9.10 amd64

Daniel Hernandez Bahr dbahr at estudiantes.uci.cu
Fri Apr 9 07:06:29 PDT 2010

Hi, again!
regarding this matter I executed the gpk-application from a shell and 
got, at first, the following:

darion at darion-laptop:~$ gpk-application
Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "pk-gtk-module": libpk-gtk-module.so: 
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

then i tried to install some package and then got this other message:

process 2819: arguments to dbus_set_error() were incorrect, assertion 
"(error) == NULL || !dbus_error_is_set ((error))" failed in file 
dbus-errors.c line 363.
This is normally a bug in some application using the D-Bus library.

Does anyone knows how to fix it??

Best regards,

D.H. Bahr.

Daniel Hernandez Bahr wrote:
> Hello, everyone!
> I just installed packagekit-gnome on my laptop (ubuntu-9.10-amd64 as 
> specified in subject) and i am getting some (i think) wierd behaviour 
> (off course it could also mean that i am not familiar at all with how 
> to use it).
> the first thing I noticed is that the lateral view where (i expected 
> to see software categories -Development, Accessories and such) there 
> is only a "All packages" entry.
> other thing is that in the Software Sources dialog there is no entry 
> at all (i am aware that the policy is not to let modify sources here, 
> but i hoped i could see them at least).
> Well, anyway i intended to remove Synaptic so i searched for it (and 
> found it) and mark it for removal; clicked the Apply button and the 
> bottom right corner of the main window and a dialog showed up, telling 
> me that there where 9 packages that would be removed as they depended 
> on Synaptic. I could not select any of them (to get some info or 
> anything) and a should click either a "Cancel" button or a "Remove" 
> button. I proceeded to "Remove" and the dialgo dissapeared but nothing 
> else happened.
> ¿Is there something i should have done and didn't?
> I closed the gpk-application window and restarted it and my cpu ussage 
> raised to (nearly) 100%.. is this normal?
> Best regards,
> D.H. Bahr
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