Jul 11, 2014 - 08:31am
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.
are you connected to the internet? do you have sufficient privilieges?
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)
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 01.org 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
so will that be sufficient before running the Installer ?