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Graphics Installer 1.0.5 for Fedora 20 Linux On Intel NUC Error

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Jul 11, 2014 - 08:31am

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    01 Staff (not verified)

    Hi All,

    I just downloaded the file


    to install onto a Intel NUC DN2820FYKH which is installed with   64-Bit Fedora 20

    The RPM installation went fine, but when I ran the file  ' intel-linux-graphics-installer ' which is a 64-Bit ELF,

    the initial ' Performing Diagnostics ' phase went fine with no error messages as seen below

    But during the Installation Phase after the ' Software Repositories ' were SetUp, the next stage where the ' Package Cache ' was supposed to be updated failed with the message

    " cannot refresh cache when offline ", as seen in the next photo


    After this message box was closed the following image shows the concluding Error Message, which highlights that

    ' Updating Package Cache ' had failed.


    After which the program exited.

    I captured the Status Log into a text file which can be seen at the following link


    The Error seems to be reflected on line 382 of the Log which states

    ' transaction-view.c/on_pm_op_failed: Package manager operation failed: cannot refresh cache when offline '


    I retried many times to no avail. But I'm pretty sure my rpm repositories and network connection are working fine, as I've done a  ' yum update '  which performed lots of updates, without any problems.


    Has anyone or any Developers  encountered this error ,   Please help, if you have any ideas as to what is going on and how to Solve this error.


    Jean Edmond


    Jul 11, 2014 - 08:31am
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    vip3r011 (not verified)

    are you connected to the internet? do you have sufficient privilieges?

    Jul 15, 2014 - 09:22am
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    vip3r011 (not verified)

    one thing mayb can.. internet or machine wentt off, and yum didnt save cache?


    u can check by doin this in terminal:


    sudo nano /etc/yum.conf

    keepcache = 0

    #0 is Diasable (dont keep , 1 is Enable (keeps cache if machine goes off)




    Jul 15, 2014 - 09:26am
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    janj (not verified)

    Hi vip3r011,

    Thanks for the Notes.

    Pertaining to your questions :-

    I am connected to the Net. If you see Picture 1, you would see that it had tried to make contact with the servers ; and It Reports the connection as  OK


    I'm currently testing this setup for stability so, Strangely enough I'm root , most of the time


    Before I ran the installer , I did a

    yum makecache


    yum check-update 


    yum update


    so will that be sufficient before running the Installer ?




    Jul 18, 2014 - 07:41am