Error while trying to add a package with Redhat

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I’m using redhat OS when I was trying to add a package and after selecting the add/remove packages and then authenticating as a root this following message has appeared

Error:

Failed to update package list

Unknown error. Please refer to the detailed report and report in bugzilla.
More details
failed to get a TID: A security policy in place prevents this sender from
sending this message to this recipient, see message bus
configuration file (rejected message had interface
“org.freedesktop.PackageKit.Transaction” member “SetLocale” error
name “(unset)” destination “org.freedesktop.PackageKit”) (0)

I have retried the process but nothing has changed same problem.

Would you help me out I’m stuck in here and wish to find an answer here.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80356

Error while trying to add a package with Redhat

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Just installed your packages again, but first of all remove all the packages

Two utilities are used for installation and removal

1- RPM utility……………..  RPM slow and very difficult to use

2- yum utility……………….    YUM very fast and easy to use

However I can tell you solution with both utilities
1-  Using RPM

a- for removal package

  / ] = RPM  -e  zsh   …………………. zsh is a package name which you want to remove

After pressing enter a message display here are you sure to remove the package = yes………………… You press y for yes …………… Package removed from here

b-for installation

/] # RPM  -ivh   path for copy RPM   path for DVD or USB

/] # RPM -I  /media/RHEL_5.3i386   DVD/server/zsh -4.2.6……………. It just copies the DVD or USB or any other source

Now installation

/[ # rpm -ivh /var/ftp/pub/server/zsh-4.2.6.i386.rpm

Or

/] # RPM -ivh zsh-* …………. For all packages related to zsh
2- Using YUM…………. Forcibly recommended…………… First copy your packages in a directory or folder

a- how to remove

/]# yum remove zsh……………no need of any path

b- for installation

/]# yum install zsh ……………………….no need of any path

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