General :: Yum Global Repository Required - Dependencies Missing

Apr 7, 2010

I am tech support engg. Provide support for its software which runs on Linux and Windows. Actually I got stuck in installing PHP in my RHEL server. I redirected to this forum, so I registered here. Looking for some URL to global repository which I can use. Lots of dependencies are missing in my repo.

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Ubuntu :: Missing Dependencies - Make Sure All Required Libraries Installed

Apr 2, 2011

I am trying to run algodoo from terminal after I install it, but it doesn't run. It gives this error. I have been having troubles with permissions in the /usr folder recently, so I think that is what might have caused this. Please read through it thoroughly, as algodoo is actually located in the /opt folder.

Code: jon-Tuxbox:~$ sudo '/opt/Algodoo/algodoo/algodoo'
There are missing dependencies.
Please make sure that all the required libraries are installed.
Missing: => not found => not found => not found

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General :: Installing KchmViewer / Missing Dependencies?

Dec 12, 2010

I tried
yum install kchmviewer-5.2-1.i586.rpm

then I got:

Loaded plugins: rhnplugin, security
This system is not registered with RHN.
RHN support will be disabled.
Setting up Install Process
Parsing package install arguments
Examining kchmviewer-5.2-1.i586.rpm: kchmviewer-5.2-1.i586

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General :: Missing Dependencies Needed By Package

Nov 9, 2010

I am currently using SUSE ENT x64 v11 SP1. While trying to install various packages I keep getting dependencies error. I tried reinstalling the rpm packages(listed below) and use various versions but seems like no matter what I try it doesn't go away.

--> Missing Dependency: is needed by package smis-providers-1.0.0-10.29.x86_64 (installed)
Error: Missing Dependency: is needed by package libsnmp15- (installed)
Error: Missing Dependency: is needed by package kdebase4-SLED-11-25.1.x86_64 (installed) .....

no broken libs or whatsoever. What am i missing here?

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General :: Update Fails And Missing Dependencies

Oct 25, 2009

My girlfriend has just dusted off her Aspire One netbook with Linpus on it. I've tried to update packages and such (eventually got the password changed and such) now I can't update the packages or enable GNOME.

Updating the packages brings up this error:


And trying to switch to GNOME brings up this error:


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Slackware :: Easy Ways To Find All Of Dependencies Required For Package To Be Installed

Dec 20, 2010

Are there any quick and easy ways to find all of the dependencies required for a package to be installed, so that we dont have to spent a lot of time searching for each package or downloading them individually?

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Ubuntu :: Missing PV - Your System Missing Some Dependencies

Sep 1, 2011

I am following [URL] to install ubuntu on my beagleboard via Ubuntu 10.10 on liveCD. When I enter this command in terminal.

"sudo ./ --mmc /dev/sdX --uboot beagle"
It gives me a error sayings Dependencies are missing.
"Missing pv.Your System is Missing some dependencies
Ubuntu/Debian: sudo apt-get install uboot-mkimage wget pv dosfstools btrfs-tools parted"
And when I enter the that above in terminal I get the following error.
Unable to locate PV.

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OpenSUSE :: Why Getting This Popup - Repository Signature Required

Feb 17, 2010

Why am I getting this popup? Is this safe? What's the "dummy" part? This came up right when I started my computer up.
kde_popup on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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OpenSUSE :: 11.1 - Repository Signature Required Message In Updater

Mar 5, 2010

After booting up openSUSE 11.1 i586 this morning, I got a message I had never seen before:

Repository Signature Required
Do you want to accept this repository signature?
repository_name: repo-update
key_url: [URL]
key_useridpenSUSE Project Signing Key <>
key_timestamp:Fri Nov 7 09:10:07 2008
type: gpg
Yes No

So I said Yes. But then it wanted root access, which I declined to provide and canceled the thing, whatever it is. Now, of course, my updater is displaying the yellow triangle with the ! in the center. This is the creepiest thing I have encountered since starting to use openSUSE several years ago. Did this result from some kind of screwup by the folks of openSUSE?

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OpenSUSE Install :: 11.3 - Repository Signature Required For New Updates

Jan 13, 2011

Today, shortly after booting my OpenSUSE 11.3 I got this popup. [URL]. I guess it was caused by the Updater Applet when checking the repos for new updates. But what does it mean? Why do I get this now and not when adding the repo. It seems to belong to the filesystems repo and I have indeed added that some time ago (in order to install davfs2). I'm not sure what it means to accept a signature.

Normally with public key infrastructure, you need to accept other's public keys or certificates containing their public keys. And before doing so you need to verify the fingerprint, otherwise the whole procedure is useless, because it might be a fake certificate / man in the middle talking to you. Once you have accepted (trusted) the public key (or a certificate containing it), the system will check signatures for you.

So the question "do you want accept this signature" sounds weird to me. In openSUSE repos I have come across fingerprints many times before. But whenever I have searched google in order to verify the fingerprint I have not received any useful hit. I would have expected that valid keys and their fingerprints are listed on some web site. It appears there are three instances of package signing keys ... but there has not been any answer.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Can't Add Repository Required By Hugin 1-click Installation

Jul 8, 2010

I'm trying to do a 1-click install of hugin (hugin-2010.0.0-13.8.i586.rpm) from Search Results and during installation the repo can't be added due to a missing primary.xml file in this repo: Index of /repositories/graphics/openSUSE_Factory

all the other possibilities on this page to do an installation result with same error.Can someone have a look please? Or what can I do to add this repo? There are some dependencies that could be fixed having this repo.

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Fedora :: Missing Dependencies For GDB 7 In F11

Nov 6, 2009

I am trying to install gdb 7 because gdb 6.8 has been freezing quite a bit on me lately.

[doriad@davedesktop ~]$ sudo rpm -ihv gdb-7.0-3.fc12.i686.rpm
warning: gdb-7.0-3.fc12.i686.rpm: Header V3 RSA/SHA256 signature: NOKEY, key ID 57bbccba
error: Failed dependencies: is needed by gdb-7.0-3.fc12.i686 is needed by gdb-7.0-3.fc12.i686

It looks like the latest version of readline in F11 is 5.2 and glibc is 2.10. Is there an easy way to get these dependencies installed in Fedora 11?

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Fedora :: Yum In 11 Missing Dependencies?

Jun 23, 2009

I have a problem with yum on fedora 11. When I ran yum install mplayer/vinagre.i586/ or whatever, It always process dependancies and then at some point returns an error like


I tried installing different applications but yum always comes with the above errors.

This is my yum repolist

My fedora.repo file

And my yum.conf

I have tried:

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Fedora :: Cannot Update Fc8 Missing Dependencies

Mar 8, 2009

I received the updated packages available notice and tried to run the updates.

When I run it, it checks for dependencies and I get this:

I'm seriously new to Linux and I admit, not much makes sense right now.

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Fedora :: Old RPMs Complaining About Missing Dependencies

Jul 10, 2010

I have been running f13 ever since it was released. Evidently the kmod-rt2870 rpms are never deleted when older kernels are removed. When I tried to do today's update the Package Manager and yum complained that some of the older kmod-rt2870 packages left over from fedora 12 were missing kernel dependencies. The kernels have been missing for a long time. I don't know why the package manager started complaining today.

I tried
1) yum clean all
2 rpm --rebuilddb
3) removed the /lib/modules directory corresponding to the old kernels
and the problem persisted.

I finally removed all of the kmod-rt2870 rpms what where originally installed in fedora 12 and I was finally able to complete the update. Why did the package manager suddenly start complaining about the missing kernels?

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Ubuntu :: Program Won't Install Due To Missing Dependencies?

Jun 4, 2011

I'm trying to install a program (A vpn gui) and when I run the installation file I get this output:

guan@guan ~/Desktop/HMAGUI-Ubuntu-Release/bin $ sudo ./
Reading package lists... Done


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Slackware :: Install Mumble 1.2 On 13 - Missing Dependencies?

Feb 1, 2010

who to install mumble 1.2 on slackware 13 i can't install, missing dependencies, tx. hola alguien sabe como instalar mumble 1.2 en slackware 13? no encuentro las dependencias, gracias

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CentOS 5 :: Unable To Install Yum - Missing Dependencies?

Mar 7, 2011

Been attempting to upgrade the PHP version to a VPS on Blacknight Ireland hosting (Blacknight Hosting) but am having trouble trying to install the yum package on CentOS 5.5. I've downloaded a suitable yum installer from the hosting companies own downloads site (which you'd presume would work with their CentOS version), uploaded and attempted to run. However, it fails with the following output:


Been reading from various sources through Google searches that these should already be preinstalled with CentOS? Can anyone point me in the right direction to get these?

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Fedora :: Installing Boblight, Missing Dependencies (amBX)?

Oct 31, 2010

I recently switched from Windows to Linux (using Fedora 13 at the moment). I managed to get most things working, but there is one last thing that I'd love to get working: amBX (more info: here). After some searching I found a few guides on how to install it (like this guide: link) I know that one is for Ubuntu, but I can't find any for Fedora, so I used that one as a general guideline. This guide (and the others that I found) require installing Boblight (website here). Compiling Boblight requires several dependencies, but I can only get two of the required dependencies. I used the following code to install the dependencies:

sudo yum install gcc libusb-dev ruby ruby-dev libportaudio-dev libavdevice-dev libswscale-dev libavformat-dev libavcodec-dev libxrender-dev libsdl1.2-dev libc6-dev-i386 libx11-dev
This returned the following:
Loaded plugins: presto, refresh-packagekit

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Fedora :: Yum Update Reports Duplicates And Missing Dependencies

Aug 13, 2011

I have just got rid of Ubuntu in favor of Fedora, after more than ten years using Debian and Ubuntu. Most differences are pretty minimal but one big difference I haven't been able to master yet is the realm of rpm and yum. My kernel is 2.6.40-4.fc15.x86_64. Today, when running yum update I was greeted with a number of errors.

Output of yum check:
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
glibc-2.14-5.x86_64 is a duplicate with glibc-2.14-4.x86_64
glibc-common-2.14-5.x86_64 is a duplicate with glibc-common-2.14-4.x86_64
1:perl-Module-Pluggable-3.90-160.fc15.noarch is a duplicate with 1:perl-Module-Pluggable-3.90-159.fc15.noarch
1:perl-Module-Pluggable-3.90-160.fc15.noarch has missing requires of perl = ('4', '5.12.4', '160.fc15')
1:perl-Pod-Escapes-1.04-160.fc15.noarch is a duplicate with 1:perl-Pod-Escapes-1.04-159.fc15.noarch
1:perl-Pod-Escapes-1.04-160.fc15.noarch has missing requires of perl = ('4', '5.12.4', '160.fc15')
1:perl-Pod-Simple-3.13-160.fc15.noarch is a duplicate with 1:perl-Pod-Simple-3.13-159.fc15.noarch
1:perl-Pod-Simple-3.13-160.fc15.noarch has missing requires of perl = ('4', '5.12.4', '160.fc15')
I have also attached the output of yum update, which I believe is more verbose on the sources, etc.

I'm afraid that if I just start forcing removal of packages I'll render my system useless.

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OpenSUSE :: Pygame Installation For Python3 Missing Some Dependencies

Aug 31, 2010

I am trying to install pygame(from source) for python3 on my openSUSE 11.3. From repos pygame is only available for python2 and not for python 3. While running the installation scripts I am getting this:

linux-eeow:/home/vivek/Projects/codes/python/pygame-1.9.1release # python3
No Arguments Given, Perform Default Install? [Y/n]Y
WARNING, No "Setup" File Exists, Running ""
Using UNIX configuration...

Hunting dependencies...
SDL : found 1.2.14
FONT : not found
IMAGE : not found
MIXER : not found
SMPEG : found 0.4.5
PNG : found
JPEG : found
SCRAP : found
PORTMIDI: not found
PORTTIME: not found

Warning, some of the pygame dependencies were not found. Pygame can still compile and install, but games that depend on those missing dependencies will not run.
Would you like to continue the configuration? [Y/n]:
What these dependencies are. What all do I need to install...

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: No Errors Or Missing Dependencies Showing Up

Feb 13, 2010

In KDE I have no System Notifications, Kaffiene, Amarok2, Amarok and Xine immediately exit when opened without an error. If I try to open the System Settings/Multimedia or System Settings/Notifications control panels they also exit without an error. I have audio in other applications, MPlayer, Skype, VLC, Songbird, etc., as well as from the Konsole. I've tested Konsole audio using the published guidelines in the Audio HowTo, 'speaker-test' works fine for all users. In Yast2 I can configure and test the audio card without errors, but I am not able to get USB headphones working. I have been through the 'Check your multimedia problem in ten steps'. There are no errors or missing dependencies showing up. I've booted from the 11.2 Live CD and everything worked fine including KDE Notifications and application audio. I've tried deleting my .kde4 profile, this didn't fix the problem, and application and control panel behaviour remained the same with a clean profile.

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Debian :: Postscript Images - Openshot Not Working Due To Missing Dependencies

Mar 21, 2011

A day or two ago I saw a weird file in my downloads folder, and deleted it. I'm not sure why I deleted it rather than wondering why there was a weird file there, but anyway...another one has shown up.

name: datetime
type: PS document (application/postscript)

It's an image. The top part of the image shows what I was doing in a terminal last night. The bottom part shows a folder I was browsing in Nautilus. I believe the top and bottom parts are from different times. I'm a little weirded out, it's like something is taking screenshots of what I'm doing. Anyone happen to know what program created these or why?

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Debian Multimedia :: Phoronix Test Suite GTK - Missing Dependencies

Sep 9, 2010

I downloaded the deb from the Phoronix site, installed it, and found out there were missing dependencies: php5-cli php5-gd.

These took up about 10.5 MB. Next I ran 'phoronix-test-suite list-tests', agreed to the license, then ran it with 'gui', and found out that I needed to load the 'PHP GTK' module. There is no Debian package ( at least no combination of gtk and php in description or name returned any results ), so I downloaded the source and read the instructions in INSTALL.

When running buildconf, it died due to 'phpize' not being found. This binary only comes with the php5-dev package, another 12 MB. After installing that package, buildconf dies with

Configuring for:

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Fedora :: Missing Python Packages Or Dependencies With F10->F12 Upgrade Breaks Yum?

Dec 15, 2009

I just finished upgrading the last of 3 machines from F10 to F12 using preupgrade (all i686). Except for a non-critical hplip issue, all went well with the first two machines upgraded 1 week and 3 days ago, but some python F10->F12 updates were missing on the third machine that I upgraded yesterday, leaving yum inoperable. Thanks to good yum error messages, I was able to resolve the problem (I think), but I thought I should post to check if mine is a unique or common problem, to enquire if it may have resulted from some of the python packages being in "update transit" in the repositories, and/or whether something like this can be avoided in future? Details follow:

Upgrade appeared to go well except for some dejavu font dependency issues (experienced on all three machines) and missing for eet-1.2.2-4... (third machine). However, there was a boot message that some python module (can't remember which) was not present for some nvidia requirement, although video driver worked fine. When testing yum: First it complained that was not present. Since that module conflicted (identified by rpm) with various python 2.5.*f10 packages that that were still on board, I copied (from a current f12 rpm) into /usr/lib manually. Second, yum complained that urlgrabber was not available, so rpm with the latest python-urlgrabber for f12 solved that.

Third, yum complained that pycurl was not available, so rpm with the latest python-pycurl solved that. Yum now works! and boot message is gone! I ran "yum install python-libs" to make sure that any necessary dependencies were met following my manual installation of, which resulted in a bunch of python dependencies being upgraded as a result.

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Fedora :: Install The Mysqltcl Library - Failing Due To Missing Dependencies

Oct 14, 2010

I'm running FC11 on an Intel 686 server and would like to solicit some help. I'm writing an Expect script to discover our lab network and would like to insert the results into a mySQL database. I've installed Apache/PHP/mySQL via the LAMPP distribution. I've hit a brick wall, however, in trying to install the mysqltcl library. how to install the library. I have downloaded an RPM, but installatiojn is failing due to missing dependencies: and And I have no luck in locating and installing those.

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Networking :: Make Apt-get Ignore Broken Packages And Missing Dependencies?

Mar 20, 2011

when I have a broken packages on the system and want to apt-get install something (completely unrelated to the broken package) apt-get starts giving me crap about the broken stuff and won't download and install the packages I'm asking for. How can I make it ignore the completely unrelated stuff about missing deps on my system and download what I want?

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Fedora :: Gpodder Missing Dependencies - Unable To Locate Packages In F13 Repo

Jun 15, 2010


Missing components:

Is there a package that I can install that will satisfy this dependency? I am unable to locate anything other than the source here and here, but I'm also unsure if this is even the right package or if source this old is what gopdder is asking for. I'm looking for a package.

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CentOS 5 Hardware :: Warning: Missing REQUIRED Dependency For Option 'network': Libnetsnmp-devel

Mar 22, 2009

We have a networked L7780 and I cannot find the dependancies below to satisfy the hplip (3.9.2) installer. Centos 5.2 Server - full development environment etc. Standard Centos repos + rpmforge.

warning: There are 6 missing OPTIONAL dependencies.
note: Installation of dependencies requires an active internet connection.
warning: Missing REQUIRED dependency for option 'network': libnetsnmp-devel


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Slackware :: Script To Detect Orphaned Libraries - Broken Lib Links - Missing Dependencies

Mar 9, 2010

My recent borked upgrade to -current inspired me to try to come up with a way to sanity-check the lib and bin dirs for broken library symlinks (possibly indicating missing libs) and for binaries and libraries that belong to no installed package, as well as missing dependencies.

This script is the result.

I've checked the script results manually, and it appears to be accurate, so I figured I'd post it here for a second opinion, and/or because others may find it useful too. I'm not aware of another popular method of doing this on Slackware, so here it is:


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