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  1. #11
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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Same thing happened to me. You'll be shocked to learn that earlier today I installed Adobe Air. At least we know what's causing it. Any ideas why, though?

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Thanks,
    Code:
    sudo apt-get --reinstall install gnome-app-install
    worked for me.

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Quote Originally Posted by euchrid33 View Post
    Same thing happened to me. You'll be shocked to learn that earlier today I installed Adobe Air. At least we know what's causing it. Any ideas why, though?
    Ok. Now I know what my problem is. I installed Adobe Air the other day and then just discovered my Add/Remove Apps was empty. Hmm. Thanks for the help.
    Thanks,
    Marion

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Also happened to me after installing adobe air and new bbc iplayer for unix based machines. I'm sure its not a coincidence, but the fix worked a treat, thanks!!

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Has anyone opened a bugreport about this problem?
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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Quote Originally Posted by Partyboi2 View Post
    Has anyone opened a bugreport about this problem?

    It's easy to do it yourself

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...ll/+bug/311455

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Quote Originally Posted by dekaru View Post
    I would have if I was suffering from the problem But thanks for opening the bug hopefully others that have had this problem can confirm the bug and maybe provide any extra info for it.
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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    I could not relate to the topic although i have almost the same problem... i posted a new thread and i need reply so that i could install YM and FF asap... the new thread is here:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1021905 or
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1021905

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    Just do `sudo update-app-install` and the cache would be updated.
    We'll have it fixed in the upcomeing AIR release. Thanks for pointing this out.

    Rohit Kewlani
    Adobe AIR Linux Team

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    Re: [SOLVED] Add/Remove Program List Empty

    I too installed Adobe Air... but I want to point out that I DID NOT INSTALL THE ADOBE iBBC Player.... although I did install the Adobe Player (and others).

    Thanks for the post. I would have never known about the connection to adobe Air install. It NEVER happened to me when I was beta testing two or three PRE-RELeASE versions... something different in the release. BUT I can say that there was a HUGE step in compatibility between the last pre-release and the final release.

    CUDOs to the Adobe Team.

    Now, where is the Acrobat Professional I need so desperately??? Seams like they would make one before some OpenSource developer creates a fabulous working version.

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