From downstream bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1129798
Thread no. 1 (6 frames)
#0 hif_sack_add_sources at hif-sack.c:140
#1 hif_context_setup_sack at hif-context.c:803
#2 hif_context_setup at hif-context.c:912
#3 pk_backend_initialize at pk-backend-hif.c:203
#4 pk_backend_load at pk-backend.c:588
#5 pk_engine_load_backend at pk-engine.c:1059
According to abrt, I've had it 38 times already :(
More information collected by abrt is available at the downstream bug.
[asinha@localhost ~]$ rpm -qa \*PackageKit\*
Thanks for reporting this: I've added a missing error path in libhif, but the root issue must be something to do with something in /etc/yum.repos.d/ -- can you install/rebuild the libhif package here http://people.freedesktop.org/~hughsient/fedora/20/ please, install it then report the error back to this bz please?
A simple "pkcon search name power" should trigger the error. It'll probably involve something like a "corrupt"/invalid .repo file, and if so, can you attach that file also to this bz please so I can add it to the self tests. Cheers.
Thanks for looking into this so quickly. You were right, I had a stray line in one of the repo files due to a copy paste error. The file looked like this:
name=DNF nightlies for $releasever - $basearch
It gives me:
The last line being the stray one. I guess I didn't catch it because yum/dnf continued to ignore it and work properly. My mistake. Sorry :(
Closing as invalid.