The whole thing started with an annoying amarok bug (thought it was a bug: ASF missing), in fact the Packman repository didn’t exist at that point. (which contains the ASF module)
To add it I needed to load the, community repositories. The system already failed at that point and gave me following error message: “WARNING: Unable to download list of repositories, or no repositories defined”
I researched a bit on Google and it seemed to be a common problem…unfortunately nobody could offer a solution. (I guess the error occurred not to many users…)
By the way, I’m using Opensuse 11.4
What I’ve done:
Yast → Software management → configure → repositories → add → selected community repositories → next → ERROR: Unable to…
You know the rest. I would really appreciate it if someone established or found a solution and would share it with me.
If you need more information for a solution, please just ask.
Thank you very much
PS: I hope I’m not bothering you with simple “newbi problems”. I used K/Ubuntu for quite a bit, so I’m not used to Yast and find it at first a bit confusing. Specially this error is a real pain.>:(
That’s great, but assuming, we are using the same software(opensuse 11.4), how can this error/warning appear?
Or am I just doing something wrong? I mean you just have to add them(selecting community repositories), but the list doesn’t load.
That’s great for you, but assuming, we are using the same software (opensuse 11.4), how can it be, that this error still pops up?
Or am I doing something wrong? It’s just selecting community repositories and clicking on next, but hte list doesn’t load out of some reason…
> Oh sorry, didn’t notice the link, You are probably right.
> However it didn’t work yesterday as well, but I will just wait and tell
> you if this solved the problem.
> So thanks to everybody for the quick reply
I’m sorry, but I’ve got another problem now…
I’m pretty sure, that not all sections of the community repositories show up. There are only 28 repositories, I can choose after selecting community repositories.
Is that right? Or are there really just 28? (I aearched for it on google, but I couldn’t find anything more detailed)