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Old 9th November 2011, 03:31 PM
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Could not add package update

I am running Fedora 15 on a VMWorkstation Version 7.1.5 build - 491717. I am currently running five other linux OS on this VM and this one is the only one that I have run into problems with the software update package. I get the following error when I try to update the 443 updates it says I have:

"Could not add package update for Fedora-release-rawhide-15-3 (no arch) updated: Fedora-release-rawhide-15-3. no arch."

Then the following error came up when I opened FireFox to get to this forum:

" A Problem has occurred."
"A crash in the gvfs-1.8.1-1.fc15 package has been detected."

Yes, I am new and would like to work with version of Linux but need to know where to go from here. Thank you.
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