To whom it may concern,
My software application continues to show that application updates are available for the Gnome Application Platform Version 42. The problem is that it never updates and installs.
Searching through Google and other sources, I managed to find some info that allowed me to retrieve the following from Terminal:
aj@omen:~$ flatpak update Looking for updates… Info: org.kde.Platform//5.15 is end-of-life, with reason: We strongly recommend moving to the latest stable version of the Plaform and SDK Applications using this runtime: com.github.debauchee.barrier, io.github.OpenToonz Info: org.gnome.Platform//40 is end-of-life, with reason: The GNOME 40 runtime is no longer supported as of March 21, 2022. Please ask your application developer to migrate to a supported platform. Applications using this runtime: fr.free.Homebank, io.github.seadve.Kooha Nothing to do.
This issue is more of an annoyance because I can't update something that I'm being told needs an update. However, I am sure that some people might want to know if the suggested migration will happen.
What should be the fix for this while running Zorin OS?
On a side note:
In additional searches, I managed to find a post that referenced a need to update Nvidia drivers via terminal. Once I typed in
sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall, the Terminal returned the following:
WARNING:root:_pkg_get_support nvidia-driver-510-server: package has invalid Support PBheader, cannot determine support level Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded.
This is also interesting to me and makes me wonder if this is a related issue or separate issue. Either way, any support is greatly appreciated as always.
Thank you for your assistance!