intel-linux-graphics-installer: error while loading shared libraries: libpackagekit-glib2.so.16: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Explanation (it seems that brokenman knew what was involved):
libpackagekit-glib2 and libpackagekit seem to be needed. libpackagekit is not be available for linux from my search on the net. https://www.freedesktop.org/software/Pa ... nload.html Adding backends to PackageKit
PackageKit itself is an abstract daemon, the only bits that are distro specific are the backends.
To make PackageKit work on a new distribution, you have to write a "backend" which is basically a shim layer from the distro tool to packagekitd.A backend can have one or more threads and also spawn other processes.
See the developer information here for more information.
Backends do not have to be complete; often they just contain basic functionality to install and remove but do not provide dependency or file lists for example. See the FAQ here for backends status.
I am not qualified to write that backend.
The solution is to work with ubuntu. Personnaly, I like kubuntu and the xubuntu editions.