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    Hi everybody!

    I've just installed opensuse trough netinstall in one of my computers. I've been using opensuse for almost four months now, but only today I've decided to install it on my main computer. Everything went pretty well, I have everything configured and running properly. But suddenly, when I needed to do something through yast, I got this error message:

    "libzypp.so.619 => not found
    warning: the gtk frontend is installed but does not work
    GTK GUI wanted but not found, falling back to Qt.
    Error while creating client module sw_single"

    I can't access anything in yast now! Can you help me solving this problem?

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    Default Re: Error in yast...

    Seems like this is somewhat common. Not sure why only some people get this.

    This thread may help
    dbus error - openSUSE Forums

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    Ok, I've done this, but I still get the same error message. I just can't update as it says to, yast doesn't work...

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    Default Re: Error in yast...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gato_Preto View Post
    Hi everybody!

    I've just installed opensuse trough netinstall in one of my computers. I've been using opensuse for almost four months now, but only today I've decided to install it on my main computer. Everything went pretty well, I have everything configured and running properly. But suddenly, when I needed to do something through yast, I got this error message:

    "libzypp.so.619 => not found
    warning: the gtk frontend is installed but does not work
    GTK GUI wanted but not found, falling back to Qt.
    Error while creating client module sw_single"

    I can't access anything in yast now! Can you help me solving this problem?
    I think maybe you are not telling us something.
    You just installed this by the sound of it? And you have been using openSUSE for 4 months on other computers.

    Was this a net install? Did it complete without errors.
    If you used DVD/CD did you do the media check.
    Have you installed anything or deleted anything since install.
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    Did you do it as root?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    I think maybe you are not telling us something.
    You just installed this by the sound of it? And you have been using openSUSE for 4 months on other computers.

    Was this a net install? Did it complete without errors.
    If you used DVD/CD did you do the media check.
    Have you installed anything or deleted anything since install.
    Yes, I've installed it yesterday on my main computer, which I'm currently using, the other ones I use spontaneously and I've never updated anything on them, they're basically for tests. It was a netinstall and it completed with no errors. Finally, I've uninstalled some programs that I don't use, like gnome-do and gimp.

    Quote Originally Posted by gogalthorp View Post
    Did you do it as root?
    Yes I did.

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    Default Re: Error in yast...

    Try downloading and manually re-installing zypper the rpm way.
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    From here: Zypper/Packages - openSUSE??

    I see no version for 11.2, that's why I'm asking...

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    Default Re: Error in yast...

    Form here:
    Index of /distribution/11.2/repo/oss/suse

    Just navigate to the correct directory depending if you are _64 or not
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    Guess what, another error message: "failed to get supported types for the backend: Launch helper exited with unknown return code 1"
    I think I'll try 11.3...

    Anyway, thanks a lot for your time.

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