126.96.36.199 (prout, test 20 chars)
No changes on GUI nor shell. Do I need to restart home screen?
Sorry forgot the release, it’s 188.8.131.52
That fixes the download issue, thanks
I assume you downloaded an older version of Storeman Installer, not v1.2.2.
Looking at the error messages more closely, this seems to be SailJail related. Only Storeman Installer ≥ v1.2.2 has a SailJail configuration.
Look at the .desktop file, again: Its last section should start with “[Sailjail]” and the second line disables it. If you do not see that you have an older version.
Just retried everything with the same result, please check my logs:
[root@xa2 Downloads]# curl -o harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm -L https://github.com/storeman-developers/harbour-storeman-installer/releases/download/v1.2.2/harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noar ch.rpm % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 684 100 684 0 0 1863 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 1868 100 44072 100 44072 0 0 40486 0 0:00:01 0:00:01 --:--:-- 0 [root@xa2 Downloads]# file harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm: RPM v3.0 bin ARM [root@xa2 Downloads]# curl -o harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm -L https://github.com/storeman-developers/harbour-storeman-installer/releases/download/v1.2.2/harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noar ch.rpm % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 684 100 684 0 0 965 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 966 100 44072 100 44072 0 0 40104 0 0:00:01 0:00:01 --:--:-- 40104 [root@xa2 Downloads]# pkcon install-local harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm Installing files Testing changes Finished [ ] (0%) The following packages have to be installed: harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch Storeman Installer for SailfishOS Proceed with changes? [N/y] y Installing files Starting Resolving dependencies Installing packages Finished Downloaded harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch (PK_TMP_DIR) Storeman Installer for SailfishOS Installed harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch (PK_TMP_DIR) Storeman Installer for SailfishOS [root@xa2 Downloads]# pkcon install-local harbour-storeman-installer-1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm [root@xa2 Downloads]# nano /usr/share/applications/harbour-storeman-installer.desktop [root@xa2 Downloads]# cat /usr/share/applications/harbour-storeman-installer.desktop [Desktop Entry] X-Nemo-Application-Type=silica-qt5 Type=Application Icon=harbour-storeman-installer Exec=harbour-storeman-installer Name=Install Storeman Name[de]=Storeman installieren Name[es]=Instalar Storeman Name[et]=Paigalda Storeman Name[fi]=Asenna Storeman Name[fr]=Installer Storeman Name[pl]=Zainstaluje Storeman Name[ru]=Установить Storeman Name[sk]=Inštalovať Storeman Name[sl]=Namesti Storeman Name[sv]=Installera Storeman Name[tt]=Storeman'ны урнаштыру X-Desktop-File-Install-Version=0.23 [X-Sailjail] Sandboxing=Disabled [root@xa2 Downloads]#
[nemo@xa2 ~]$ /usr/bin/invoker -s --type=generic /usr/bin/harbour-storeman-installer
Error creating textual authentication agent: Error opening current controlling terminal for the process (
/dev/tty'): No such device or address (polkit-error-quark, 0) Setting data Querying Refreshing software list Finished Error creating textual authentication agent: Error opening current controlling terminal for the process (/dev/tty’): No such device or address (polkit-error-quark, 0)
Resolving [ ] (0%) Package not found: harbour-storeman
Command failed: This tool could not find any available package: No packages were found
invoker: warning: application (pid=-1) exit(4) signal(0)
Also sounds like the Sailjail config is not there: Did you install from Chum testing (the regular Chum repo has an older version)?
On a fresh flashed licensed 184.108.40.206 XA2, 1.2.2-1.noarch.rpm from point 2. installs perfectly, storeman itself too.
This is fine: Thank you!
a. I think the polkit errors can be ignored.
b. The background of the “no packages found” is described here: Future of Storeman - #36 by olf
Sorry, “it” - the storeman-installer.
Oh, I installed the regular version. Works fine after upgrading to the release from testing, thanks a lot!
Thank you all. Everything seems to be fine.
- @pherjung has Storeman Installer 1.2.2 working nicely on SFOS 220.127.116.11 when installed via the SailfishOS:Chum GUI app, which is manually set to 18.104.22.168. Storeman Installer installs Storeman as it should (thanks to the SailfishOS:Chum testing repo manually set to 22.214.171.124), which in turn is also working fine.
- @ric9k downloaded and installed the Storeman Installer 1.2.2 manually on SFOS 126.96.36.199 and it woks fine. So does Storeman installed by Storeman Installer, too.
If anybody experiences issues, which are not explained here, please speak up, preferably via an issue report at GitHub.
I installed the latest Storeman rpm, downloaded from github just now (harbour-storeman-0.3.0-2.armv7hl.rpm), and it works perfect on Xperia 10 / 4.4 . Thanks very much!
I reflashed before to install Storeman. All ok.
Now, I have to reinstall all storeman apps.
Is there a way to do that at once from command line (as long as I have all the apps names of course) ?
When I search, let’s say gmlocate on CLI, I get nothing.
You should have created a Storeman backup. If you have not done so you will have to install all the packages manually. The problem is that the application name is not always the same as its package name.
I didn’t think of this cool feature. Thanks.
But even, also with the correct package name, I don’t find them on the cli. Are there repos to enable for zypper/pkcon to be able to “see” packages existence?
I’ve forgot to mention it. You need to add all the OpenRepos repositories of the packages you want to install. So, I’m afraid, you have to manually search all these apps in Storeman, enable the appropriate repo for each app and only then install the app.
Hi @olf ! I had success with direct download of harbour-storeman v.4.2 and command line pkcon install.I am running SFOS4.4.
would it be a good idea to link the storeman version to the one of SFOS? Like in Storeman 4.4 is compatible with SFOS 4.4
No, for many reasons.
For example, SailfishOS and Storeman’s development and version numbers are mostly unrelated and hence asynchronous, their versioning scheme is vastly different and that would make a new Storeman release necessary when there is a new SailfishOS release, which usually is not technically required.
Unfortunately this saga continues to be on a bumpy road: The future of Storeman v2