Install as root: File not found!

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    juanjo

    In which Linux distribution are you installing it? Could you send us the output of executing:

    rpm --version

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    wojciechka

    This seems like RPM repository is corrupt or does not exist.

    Does the project have <registerWithPackageDatabase> enabled? Does disabling it resolve the issue?

    If this option is enabled, then installer adds records with RPM package manager specifying that it is installed and to run uninstaller as part of uninstallation process.

    As this is not run when installer is running regular user (registering with RPM requires root), that would explain the difference.

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    Kai Heitkamp

    It's ArchLinux! rpm --version provides 5.3.6

    <registerWithPackageDatabase> is enabled, I disabled it and the error message doesn't shown!

    Thanks!

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