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Just had this problem after using bleachbit to cleanup the system on moving from the beta to the official release. Cleaning out all the cache data also blanked out the software center (re:user533424 above). It seems to "magically" reappear by anything that regenerates this data. So... settings>region languages> ... and changing or reinstalling your ...


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Simply uncheck or remove everything with ppa.launchpad.net in its name. All the standard repositories are configured in the Ubuntu Software tab and not in the Other Software tab where you are looking.


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Yes, it seems to be a language configuration issue. Ridiculously impossible out-of-the-box glitch, yet there it is in an LTS release. :\ Even if your system is in English already, re-select it in System Settings > Language Support, re-apply system-wide, and reboot. Now the new app store actually functions.


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It works for me. Change Language Support > Regional Formats to English(United States), then reboot your computer. Software center works properly now.


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Yep, the Software Center is seriously broken. When you click on Categories you just get blank boxes with ....... in them.


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I think this has to do with the /var/cache directory, at least that is what I suspect based on my own experience. Workaround that worked for me: sudo apt purge gnome-software ubuntu-software sudo apt autoremove sudo apt install gnome-software ubuntu-software


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I got my software center working by changing the language into English. But I can see yours is already in English, so that will probably not help you...


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the Ubuntu Software Center on my PC is also showing "No application data found" but that appeared right after I was mounting /var/cache as tmpfs. I've experienced this issue with previous versions of the Ubuntu Software Center as well and therefore decided not to use a tmpfs for /var/cache any longer but I also couldn't figure out how to restore those ...



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