Jul 30, 2013 - 04:12pm
Error running transaction: GDBus.Error:org.debian.apt.TransactionFailed: error-no-package: Package i915-3.9-3.8-dkms isn't available
PS - I replied to myself under this post, and i added the key for fedora into the post by accident, im using the right key
Also after trying fresh install, i try to add the
wget --no-check-certificate https://download.01.org/gfx/RPM-GPG-KEY-ilg-2 ; \
sudo rpm --import RPM-GPG-KEY-ilg-2
but i get sudo: rpm: command not found
Install rpm (assuming you are using ubuntu) with
sudo apt-get install rpm
I had the same error on Ubuntu 13.04. I installed package dkms (sudo apt-get install dkms) to proceed.
However I now get the following
first : Thanks for the work ... but same problem here.
Seems like someone forgot to update the dependencies :)
Hi cliffb and helium,
First of all thanks for using the installer and reporting the issue.
We do test installer, packages and the final result. Our QA team confirmed result after installer, graphics stack quality is the same as the stack release 2013Q2.
Also, the Installer doesn't explicit any package version itself. Installer configures the 01.org repository at your distribution that updates database based on the versions available at the repository. As you saw, version 1.2 is available there so your distribution after a database update should get that.
Our packages are automatically built and repositories automatically generated by OBS. So, I it is not clear to me what can be happening on your cases. But there is something clearly going wrong with your cases here and we are going to investigate and let you know how to fix it as soon as possible.
Message from Fedora install
"You are running kernel 3.10.3-300.fc19.x86_64, which is too old and not supported"
I suspect that the install script is comparing 3.1 with 3.9 and failling. I have done a vanilla install of Ubuntu 13.04 and now Fedora 19 and both installations failed immediately with the graphics installer.
Thanks for the feedback Rodrigo, I'll await further developments.
Hm, looks like that bug was only partially fixed last time round.
I'll push a patch for it, thanks for letting us know.
Ign https://download.01.org Ubuntu/13.04 Translation-en_US
Ign https://download.01.org Ubuntu/13.04 Translation-en
Fetched 326 kB in 6s (49,5 kB/s)
I did the apt-get update ( did that before ) . Still the same. Database has not been updated for some reason how.
Thanks for the answer !
Would those of you experiencing problems be willing to share:
• the contents of /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* (all file contents there)
• apt-cache policy libdrm2 (output)
• whether you have previously installed the ILG stack via the installer
• the contents of ~/.ilg-config after you have run the installer
Interested in getting to the bottom of this one.
Finally got it to install on Fedora 19
Boot using the supplied kernel 3.9.5
Edit /etc/yum.repos.d/intellinuxgraphics (remove repos from the directory path)
name=Intel Linux Graphics
Can't remember if I had to run it twice but it did install
This ain't my company's definition of a software rollout!