Unexpected error occurred while updating required files
I can see this in the "About this Mac" dialog and that the App Store doesn't show any updates.What is causing this and is there an error log where I can find details about this unexpected error?
The workaround is to remove the repository from the list and add it back again. The code in question is not inspecting the URL string from the UI and is assuming a trailing '/' resulting in a 404 Yet another solution - Instead exporting all managed sites and importing them back, click on 'edit' on each checked site and add '//' at the end If you just add a '/' it says duplicate site therefore the '//' How a small bug in a huge carefully architected application can be so hard to debug yet simple to solve proxy Data/HTTP/has Auth=true system Proxies Enabled=true proxy Data/HTTP/host=proxy.org.Migrated=true eclipse.preferences.version=1 proxies Enabled=true proxy Data/HTTP/port=9119 non Proxied Hosts= I had the same problem with Eclipse Helios (3.6) on Ubuntu 64 bits.
It never used to do this, everything was working find until last week (Sept 25th (ish) 2012) When I encountered a similar problem I add the following repository to my available update site. Both were present and checked in Install/Available Software Sites.
Solution was simple: unchecking the site that was not available.
Change the access permissions on the network folder to “write” for everyone to the shared folder or drive.
Adobe does not support third-party software and provides this information as a courtesy only.Oct 6 installd: kextcache: Link failed (error code 5). VBox Net Adp(4.1.18) @Stu Wilson You can't take a screenshot, when it is happening as it is after you click the restart button in the App Store and it closes all programs and shows the progress bar.