Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1474030
No software from flatpak repos listed
Last modified: 2018-05-03 04:39:29 EDT
Description of problem:
I cannot search in GNOME Software UI for apps available through flatpak repositories.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to http://flathub.org/
2. Download the flatpakrepo file.
3. Click on it.
4. GNOME Software opens, install it.
5. Search for any of the provided apps (e.g. Spotify)
Match from flathub found.
The remote works fine:
➤ flatpak remote-list
➤ flatpak remote-ls flathub
➤ flatpak install flathub com.spotify.Client
Required runtime for com.spotify.Client/x86_64/stable (org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.24) is not installed, searching...
Found in remote flathub, do you want to install it? [y/n]: y
Installing: org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.24 from flathub
[####################] 9 delta parts, 81 loose fetched; 184642 KiB transferred i
Installing: org.gnome.Platform.Locale/x86_64/3.24 from flathub
[####################] 30 metadata, 137 content objects fetched; 813 KiB transferred in 3 seconds
Installing: com.spotify.Client/x86_64/stable from flathub
[####################] Downloading: 97,5 MB/97,5 MB (4,9 MB/s)
After installing like this without any problems, I go to gnome-software and it can't still find spotify. Also if I search for it in the Applications menu and go Right click > Show Details, it opens gnome software saying "Couldn't find com.spotify.Client.desktop".
I have the exact same behaviour.
If it helps, when I start gnome-software from the terminal, I get the following errors :
02:18:21:0403 As user/flatpak/flathub/desktop/org.wesnoth.Wesnoth.desktop/stable has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
The same error is printed several times (it seems one for every flatpak available in flathub).
Hopes this help.
Fedora 26. Still reproducible.
I can't install new flatpak repos, can't search and install software, can't see installed flatpak software (if you install one from cmdline).
If you kill gnome-software gapplication daemon, and then launch gnome-software again from Terminal, it's giving me the following output:
16:06:22:0210 As user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.freedesktop.Platform.Icontheme.Adwaita/1.0 has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
16:06:22:0210 As user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.kde.Sdk/5.9 has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
16:06:22:0210 As user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.kde.KStyle.HighContrast/master has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
16:06:22:0210 As user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.kde.KStyle.Adwaita/master has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
16:06:22:0210 As user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.kde.Platform/5.9 has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
16:06:22:0210 As user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.kde.PlatformTheme.QGnomePlatform/master has token cache, invaliding as flatpak was added
16:06:25:0979 Gs State change on system/package/fedora/codec/gstreamer-openh264/* from installed to unavailable is not OK
16:06:31:0189 GsPluginFlatpak user/flatpak/*/runtime/org.kde.Platform/5.9 runtime cannot have runtime!
16:06:31:0190 GsPluginFlatpak user/flatpak/kderuntime/runtime/org.kde.Platform/5.9 runtime cannot have runtime!
Well, seeing that this bug was created in Jule, rhughes seems to be ignoring notifications from his work email at all. We need to go round to get his attention.
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