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The problem is simple: You are trying to run a graphical application as root user. Wayland (your display manager) does not allow that.

That question has been asked and nicely answered here.

In general, you shouldn't run Gnome Software or any GUI app as root. Just log in as a "normal" user (or just the pkcon command (no GUI)).

The problem is simple: You are trying to run a graphical application as root user. Wayland (your display manager) does not allow that.

That question has been asked and nicely answered here.

In general, you shouldn't run Gnome Software or any GUI app as root. Just log in as a "normal" user (or just use the pkcon command (no GUI)).