When I try to update my system, I get the message: Error: Missing Dependency: xine-lib(plugin-abi)(x86-32) = 1.25 is needed by package xine-lib-extras-freeworld-22.214.171.124-3.fc10.i386 (installed) after a list of packages which are set to be updated.
I have just installed the newest version of ubuntu (10.10 the maverick meerkat) and im struggling installing any programs, wine and vlc arnt appearing on synaptic package manager and anything i try to do in either the command promt or ubuntu software centre doesnt work either. On the command promt when i follow the commands as seen on various tutourials the command promt comes back with an error. VLC example given below.
I have an asus pc, and its network hardware is not recognized by debian, the drivers are not even in the list provided during the installation process. I managed to download them from another pc, but if i try to make them and install them, i'm stucked because Make is not installed on debian (nor is sudo).So i need a connection to install the drivers that provide me a co0nnections..
When I try to use Rythmbox, I got a message error saying that your "GStreamer installation is missing a plugin" and it says that is ID3 tag demuxer I already have this streamer plugins installed, so I don't know which one is missing
I went to a page in firefox that I knew requires flash, and saw the little button saying that firefox was trying to install a missing plugin. I hit the button and it gave me three options on the plugin. I selected adobe flash. I then got a popup that says, "Could not find package, 'flashplugin_installer" -
Just installed Clementine audio player, but it won't play mp4s. It says gstreamer is missing a plugin, google search turned up some leads but they didn't lead anywhere. Mp4s work fine in Amarok, and i have already installed the restricted extras package.
Recently I installed DEBIAN 6.0 amd64. Since then I have been unable to do netbanking (at least with linux) due to the missing 64bit java applet plugin, which does the authentication. I cannot get the 32bit plugin working with my browsers (epiphany, iceweasel).
Mozilla.org remmonds using a 32bit browser.
I then installed FIREFOX (32bit), however, it refuses to run : "unable to locate libgtk-x11..." to make it short: the library actually exists on my system (I located it), something else must be wrong.
My questions: will I be better off reinstalling the 32bit version of DEBIAN ? (or what about the possibility of a 64bit java applet plugin being released in near future- will this be wishful thinking or a realistic hope?) as a matter of fact, I have used the java applet since REDHAT version 5 or 6, a lot of years ago, so this plugin-trouble really takes me by surprise.
I'm completely new to Fedora. I've tried using both Rhythmbox and Exaile to no avail. I keep getting a message that says "Playback error encountered! Your GStreamer installation is missing a plug-in." I have searched all over countless forums and blogs trying to figure out this issue. I went into add/remove software and searched GStreamer and basically checked everything that appeared to be what I needed, but that still hasn't worked. Insanely annoying not being able to play my music and even more annoying because I never had this issue with Ubuntu.
Lately i downloaded adobe-release-i386-1.0-1.noarch......from adobe..Following file is in Download folder.....
I get following errors when executed in terminal....
[anoop@localhost Download]$ su -c 'rpm -ivh adobe-release-i386-1.0-1.noarch.rpm' Password: rpmdb: PANIC: fatal region error detected; run recovery error: db4 error(-30974) from dbenv->open: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery error: cannot open Packages index using db3 - (-30974)
I am using xfce in squeeze and I like xfce4-governor-plugin. But this package is missing in debian, pls can you add this plugin to squeeze repository. xfce4-governor-plugin_0.1.0 works in squezze very well.
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 tried the "rpm", the "yum", and the "tar.gz" from the adobe site. Both rpms installed fine but I still can't view flash content in Firefox (missing plugin). The .tar.gz contained a .so file, but the installation instructions for the flash player said I should see an installer file in the .tar.gz, but I do not. I can't believe I can't even get flash player working. Their instructions said to check under "Help > About Plugins" but obviously Firefox does not and has never had such an option. I hate Adobe.
I'm new to this system and trying to install plug-ins but I always seem to get some sort of rejection..
[root@localhost haley]# yum install vlc Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit [Errno 14] curl#6 - "Couldn't resolve host" Trying other mirror. Could not retrieve mirrorlist...^... error was 14: curl#6 - "Couldn't resolve host" .....
Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd.xml) for repository: rpmfusion-nonfree. Please verify its path and try again [root@localhost haley]#
So then I checked to see if I had rpmfusion-nonfree, and I do. I really have no idea what to do, I have spent hours trying to get this work. I want to be able to open any media file, avi, wma, mp4, etc.'m using Fedora 15.
I installed Ubuntu 10.04 in a partition alongside two other partitions that contain windows. One is a windows xp recovery partition (about 8 GB) and the other is windows xp media center (about 37 GB).The Ubuntu partition is about 180 GB. Anyway, after I installed it, I was only able to boot to Windows XP. I can't boot to Ubuntu.Using supergrub, however, I am able to get Ubuntu to boot up. In supergrub, I got to Gnu/Linux, select the option to "Boot Gnu/Linux directly", and it works.However, if I try the "Fix grub" option, I get "error 15: file not found". Also, if I try to the option of "Boot to Partiion" and I select the Ubuntu partition, I get "error 13: invalid or unsupported exectuable format".When in Ubuntu, I opened the terminal and tried the following:gksudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst
The menu.lst file is empty. There is nothing in it.What is going on? How can I fix it so when I boot the computer I'm given the option of booting to Windows XP media center or to Ubuntu?For additional info, I ran the bootinfoscript and the results.txt file is pasted below.
Code: Boot Info Script 0.55 dated February 15th, 2010 ============================= Boot Info Summary: ==============================
I have a Dell mini 9 or 10 (not sure which one) running Ubuntu 8.04. When trying to watch ..... clips it says install missing plugins. I have tried most of the work arounds on these forums but can't get it to work. I have therefore downloaded the latest version of Netbook Ubuntu and put it on a pendrive.Can someone kindly tell me if installing the new Ubuntu will solve my problem and how do I do this?I am okay on a computer but not great. I am after step by step instructions on how to uninstall and then install
I installed the W3C-Validator from the Software Centre after installing the missing dependency from oneric. But now I get a 403 when visiting [URL]. Think this is most likely a file permissions issue but am not sure which file/directory to chown?
I just tried to install kubuntu 6 times on my laptop. I have downloaded the file from a different mirror each time and burned the image via brasero. This used to work for me... Kubuntu will not install. Keeps saying its skipping missing files or something. Anyone else getting this? I eventually gave up on 9.10 and am now trying alpha 1...