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  1.    #1  
    (N.B. Sorry, I posted it twice)

    Hello everybody, this morning, I've updated Preware (via preware) to the new version 0.9.19 and suddenly Preware stopped. I can't access to preware anymore. When I click on the icon it comes white a little while (2-3 seconds) and nothing happens.
    I'm running webos 1.3.5.2 on a GSM pre (O2).
    I tried to:

    uninstall
    webos doctor
    webos quick install (3.01)
    install patches "emergency ..." with WOSQI
    reboot
    of course install, uninstall, reinstall package manager service (0.9.34)...
    use file coaster, PreUpdate
    nothing changes
    I'd like to revert to 0.9.18 or earlier version but I can't find the packages.
    I've spent all day reading forums before posting.
    Thanks for your help
    Last edited by siegfried7; 02/07/2010 at 01:38 AM. Reason: solved
  2. #2  
    I was having problems too on an older version, with my problem, it didnt seem to want to connect to the feeds. So I tried clicking on 'update feeds' and noticed it started to connect.

    But I'm still having issues regarding some programs and trying to update them.
  3.    #3  
    Thank you for your answer, but unfortunately I can't access to "update feeds". When i click on Preware icon, it stays on the app launcher and doesn't create a new card.
  4. #4  
    have you tried a restart
  5.    #5  
    of course i did... many times, thank you.
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    #6  
    Same thing on my side. Just updated preware to 0.9.19 an then it does not start anymore... Even after reboot.
  7. #7  
    It works fine for me!

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  8.    #8  
    Thank you everybody, it works with the new release 0.9.20. the 0.9.19 doesn't work with french language.
    (The answer is in my other post above "sticky, preware")
    Thank you Rod Whitby

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