Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1010090
When searching for a name with 'pkcon' only the packages that matches the search term will show as installed
Last modified: 2015-02-18 06:28:38 EST
Created attachment 800237 [details]
Example result of pkcon search
Description of problem:
When searching for a term (for example "boot") pkcon will list all packages that are related to that word, however, only the packages that have that term as part of their name will show as 'Installed' while the rest will show as 'Available' even if they are installed.
In the attached file I searched for "boot" and only "efibootmgr" is listed as installed, while "kdm", "gruppy" and "cheese" are not but I do have them installed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Use pkcon to search or other packages that uses PackageKit as backend like "Apper"
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use pkcon to search for a word that matches a description of a package but is not in that package's name.
Installed packages that have the searched term in their names will show as installed, while other installed packages will appear as if they were not installed.
All installed packages matching the search term or not should show as installed.
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