Thanks for the input. I did all in first paragraph, but without any
luck. Later, as I was looking at all the failed fetches, it dawned on
me that the lomanager was failing to fetch several pkglists. So, I
went into synaptic and disabled all the repositories. Ran lomanager
again, and it worked perfectly. Must be a line in the code somewhere
that fails or stops the operation when it fails to download a pkglist
before the actual install works. Anyway, after it successfully
installed and I confirmed that it functioned properly, I went back and
enabled the repositories again. OK...that's not really a fix. But it
is a workable workaround.
Maybe the code should warn you if you have failed pkglist downloads,
Thanks again for the post.
On Jan 21, 10:44 am, "Alex Gabriel" <alexgabr...@dimensiadesign.com>
> Hi Stephen,
> The first thing I would check would be that you've updated the Synaptics
> When you've done this, restart the computer, log in again, and run
> It looks like some of the repos that are configured for your location aren't
> Alex Gabriel
> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Stephen
> New to PCLinuxOS and I love it. Nice clean layout, fast system, seems very
> I converted over fromUBUNTU, and I am mostly glad for the change.
> 1. Ubuntuhad an update manager that automatically kept up with all of the
> 2. Having a problem installing LibreOffice, using the lomanager. It starts
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