I get messages saying packages are missing from packman I have the repo enabled it seems to complain a lot about libxine1, here's one of the error messages
Retrieving package libxine1-126.96.36.199-1.pm.25.1.x86_64 (1/19), 2.3 MiB (5.8 MiB unpacked) Retrieving: libxine1-188.8.131.52-1.pm.25.1.x86_64.rpm [error] File './x86_64/libxine1-184.108.40.206-1.pm.25.1.x86_64.rpm' not found on medium 'http://packman.jacobs-university.de/suse/11.2/
I have installed codecs but I still can't write audio cd's out of my mp3's. When I start k3b it warns about missing MAD, but after searching for MAD I could only install libmad0 and there is no luck with that. In suse community site it says something about installing from packman. But this only adds kde3-k3b and I dont want that. Is there anything I can do to use mp3 with my kde4-k3b?
I have a problem with playing DVD. I have followed instructions given in Check your multimedia problem in ten steps but I'm still experiencing problems with some DVDs. Output of commands suggested in above post are listed at the end of this post. On thing I noticed was that for below packages I had to choose an older version from openSUSE repo because of the installed version of gstreamer*plugins*base.
Not sure how/when/why it happened the volume control app on my control panel is missing. I tried adding it by doing a "Add to Panel" but the volume control app says it is now deprecated.Is there any other way to change the volume quickly instead of having to open pulseaudio volume control
i did installed kdenlive 0.7.8 works FINE beautifull but list of effects are low..opensuse installed:kdenlive 0.7.8kdenlive-lang 0.7.8but my other pc installed kubuntu and install kdenlive 0.7.8 work FINE same beautifull but list of effects are many...maybe opensuse is missing package "kdenlive-data" because kubuntu there is package kdenlive-data and there isnot from opensuse...why?kdenlive-data is a extra data for effects exports video, ect ect..
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.
I dont have a internet connection and I want to install VLC. I want to create a local repo for a vlc by downloading all the required packages. I tried to do by downloading all the packages from from VLC repo and create a local repo but failed. Its say this dependency failed and that dependency failed. i tried to manually install each and every dependency but still the problem exists.
I have 11.2 installed on a dual core 64 bit system. The sound works when I use Yast to look at the sound device and select "play test sound". I haven't gotten anything out of Amarok or SMPlayer. I followed the guide listed in other posts to update the system although I could not seem to solve all the dependences. When I use SMPlayer to play an MP3 file, I get a message saying that I am missing libdirectfb-1.1.so.0
I tried the following: Code: ldd /usr/bin/mplayer | grep libdirect libdirectfb-1.1.so.0 => not found This seems to be the only missing library. The interesting thing is that if I search my system for libdirect, I find that I have libdirectfb-1.2.so.0. Is this a newer rev or a different library because of my platform?
few days ago I upgraded amarok on my openSuSE 11.2 from amarok-2.3.1-1 to amarok-2.3.1-4 (with vendor change to OBS KDE:Backports obs://build.opensuse.org/KDE).Then I noticed that the lastfm service is not functioning. It was missing from the internet services as well. As if the plugin does not exist. Taking a look at the /usr/share/kde4/services I did not find any .desktop file that was referring to the lastfm service (as I found for magnitude or the other internet services in amarok). So I downgraded to 2.3.1-1 (vendor obs://build.opensuse.org/home:enzokiel).
After the downgrade I had the .desktop files, but still the lastfm plugin was not loaded. I checked the liblastfm and it was there:liblastfm.so -> liblastfm.so.0.3.1***ALAS*** it was the 0.3.1, not the 0.3.0 as it was required by the dependencies.A workaround I thought is to just make a symbolic link to the 0.3.1 with the name 0.3.0. So I did. And it worked. What didn't work is that when I upgraded back to amarok 2.3.1-4 the desktop files were still missing and so was the lastfm plugin from amarok internet services.
I share this for the following reasons:
1. Maybe other people have encountered the same problem, and this could save them time/effort
2. I don't know if I should open a bug report against this, or it is just a matter of how the package was compiled. I don't want to waste developer's time by investigating something that is not a bug, but a feature.__2a. I think this is an openSuSE specific problem, that is why I am posting it here.
3. Would the correct solution be a downgrade of both the liblastfm and amarok?
I was working just find and the "Computer" GUI that is located on the panel that lets you have access to all CPU options went missing.. I understand I can hit F2 and get them listed but I need it back on my panel strip at the bottom of the desktop!
just curious if there was some discussion about reasons (not)-including Lua in stock Slackware packages ? IMHO it perfectly fits to distro's KISS philosophy, is very small and packaging maintenance is very easy (only glibc dependency, simple compilation and installation proces). Slackware contains programming language implementations of Common Lisp, Guile Scheme, Ada 95 which I find more exotic then Lua in these days. I know there are some histroical reasons and keeping continuity but anyway ...
why the Fedora 7 Repository is missing? We run a number of Fedora 7 machines in the office and when I went to configure a local repository sync of Fedora 7, i noticed that [URL] no longer has any Fedora 7 packages? After looking at a few other mirror repositories, it seems this has synced down to the mirrors as well. Would like to know if anyone knows why this is the case and if the packages will be restored?
I upgraded from fedora 11 to fedora 13 which upgraded Netbeans from 6.5 to 6.8. Now 6.8 complains that package javax.persistence does not exist. Is this a fedora problem or a Netbeans problem? I've looked in the netbeans forums and can't find any discussion of this.
I just did a clean install of F15 (32-bit) on a brand new 500 GB hard drive (partitioned and formatted in Win 7 (long 1.5 hr. format, no drive issues). Install was minimal, just Gnome desktop, and I have 894 software updates to do. I've twice started the updates and got two transaction-error dialogs, the first of which I noticed mentioned the Rawhide repository, so I added it to software sources and restarted the update. The second transaction-error dialog lists these files in details
I made a script that, by using "rpmrebuild" (which is available on SourceForge and uses rpmbuild as its backend), recreates all the currently installed RPM packages and stores them in a user-defined directory.
Everything works like a charm, except for a few packages.
Those packages fail to build because some of the files they should contain are missing on the filesystem.
This is an example of the errors I get:
Code: error: File not found: /etc/identd.key File not found: /etc/identd.key /usr/lib/rpmrebuild/rpmrebuild.sh: ERROR: package 'pidentd-3.0.14-5' build failed error: File not found: /usr/share/ssl/certs/stunnel.pem File not found: /usr/share/ssl/certs/stunnel.pem /usr/lib/rpmrebuild/rpmrebuild.sh: ERROR: package 'stunnel-3.26-1.7.3' build failed Is there a way to ask rpmbuild (because yes, rpmrebuild allows to pass parameters to rpmbuild) to *ignore* the missing files?
I just upgraded from 11.2 to 11.4 and the installation/upgrade worked just perfect. I than followed the instructions in the "New User How To/FAQ", "Multimedia and restricted format" post. I was following the instruction in the 11.4 section. I added the additional repositories as explained. I then was on the section where it talks about going into software management and selecting the "Packman" repository and clicking to "switch systems packages" to the versions in this repository (packman). I than click this link and the "warning" screen appears and I am present with conflict resolution after conflict resolution dialog. It just seems that there are some many conflicts, it just seems wrong and I canceled.
The installation/upgrade appears to have worked just fine. My mail is there, audio and dvd play back worked the first try after the upgrade. I am not clear if this is what I should expect or their is something wrong or if I even need to complete this step for a successfully installation.
I'm trying to get MRTG working on my Debian Lenny server. I have installed all trhe mrtg packages but when I invoke the mrtg command I get this: $ mrtg -c mrtg.cfg Can't locate MRTG_lib.pm in @INC (@INC contains:
where is MRTG_lib.pm?? /usr/lib/mrtg is not there?
I tried to install Squeeze on a new laptop. The installation finished and I was able to log in, but a significant number of packages were missing, including network-manager and network-manager-gnome, OpenOffice, and gdebi. Everything under the System | Administration menu except Login Screen was missing. There's probably more missing, too, but I am not sure how to tell.
It happened a few times but with slightly different results (e.g. I think on one of the earlier install attempts, Iceweasel didn't get installed, but it was included in the most recent attempt). I tried installing using 6.0.1's CD 1, and 6.0.0's hybrid Live image on a USB stick (in both cases, the GNOME version). I had used the same USB stick to install Squeeze successfully on another laptop last week (i.e. I successfully got a complete, working install; I made no changes to the USB stick; then tried to install using it on this new laptop, and saw this behavior).
I tried using both the graphical and text installers. At the step asking what packages you want installed (which allows you to auto-install sshd or mail server, for example), each time I made no changes, so the 3 selected default settings (the first option, Desktop Environment, and the last 2 options, laptop and... whatever the other one is, I don't remember) should all have been installed.
I didn't use the net installer, and I ran the installer offline because both laptops require non-free firmware and I couldn't figure out last week how to get the installer to find that firmware (on another USB stick). So once I got to the GNOME desktop the most recent time, I copied the WiFi chip's firmware .deb onto the laptop and did a 'dpkg -i', then did the same thing to get network-manager-gnome and its dependencies installed; and once I connected to our network I started an 'apt-get install gnome' to try to get the entire desktop environment installed (that also installed the programs that show up under System | Administration).
Is there anything important I might still be missing? Is there a list of installed-by-default packages that I could compare against say a 'dpkg -l'? Does this sound like some sort of known issue?
I'm attempting to install Debian (Stable) from a business net install disc. The problem? I can't load/install the packages I need to connect to my USB 3G modem. When I load up a shell (tty2?), I'm brought to an 'ash' prompt, and there's no DPKG for me to load the necessary packages.
how I can do a total net install, including the base, from an USB 3G modem? Actually, I'm very surprised that current Linux distros don't seem to include support, for this growing market share type of internet connection.
I downloaded and installed Debian Squeeze from a CD (a 700~mb file), but I seem to be missing a lot of things; mainly any wireless internet tools! I searched through aptitude and I couldn't find any sort of package. Do all copies of Debian (I downloaded the CD-1 file from a http mirror) have network tools such as network-manager-gnome?