Whenever I try to install any plasma add-on, through discover or through settings, I get the error message error: SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams. I can install other packages just fine. Also, I have reinstalled linux, and the issue persists.
Here is the full error from discover:
org.kde.plasma.libdiscover: last stream isn't over yet Filters(category: Category(0x559fa59cbe00, name = "Plasma Addons"),search: "ant-dark",) ResourcesProxyModel(0x7f600c0b51f0)
qt.network.http2: connection error: SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams
qt.network.http2: stream 1 finished with error: "SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams"
kf.newstuff.core: "SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams"
kf.newstuff.core: "Download of \"Ant-Dark KDE\" failed, error: SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams"
KNS error in "Global Themes" : KNSCore::InstallationError "Download of \"Ant-Dark KDE\" failed, error: SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams" QVariant(Invalid)
kns error "/usr/share/knsrcfiles/lookandfeel.knsrc" "Download of \"Ant-Dark KDE\" failed, error: SETTINGS invalid number of concurrent streams"
Thanks for any help!
EDIT 1: I have tried to install a plasma theme on a live ISO, on mine and a friends computer. In both cases the same error appeared. I have tested the ISO media in both cases.
EDIT 2: I have reinstalled and tested the live ISO, issue still persists. Could it be possible that the issue is server-side?
EDIT 3: I have connected to the internet through my phone hotspot. Still the same error. No idea what to do.
When the relative size of delta vs pkg is larger than this, delta is not used. Default value is 75 (Deltas must be at least 25% smaller than the pkg). Use 0 to turn off delta rpm processing. Local repositories (with [file://](file:///) baseurl) have delta rpms turned off by default.
Thanks for the suggestions ivanhoe. I ended up just opening a KDE bug report and can confirm what Joe says. They mentioned those links detailing the issue as well as a “possibly related merge request” as they phrased it:
So hopefully that fixes it! Doesn’t seem to be affecting everyone.
I`m trying out Fedora36 it wored fine in KDE about 3 weeks ago. Today, I made a fresh install perhabs to use it as my daily driver -plasma addons not working. I also used the ISO which I downloaded 3 weeks ago and tried if it works with no Sys upadtes same error.
I use Arch too on a Laptop with KDE 5.25 no issue at all works fine.