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error: Failed dependencies:
libQtCore.so.4()(64bit) is needed by VirtualBox-2.0.6_39765_fedora9-1.x86_64
libQtGui.so.4()(64bit) is needed by VirtualBox-2.0.6_39765_fedora9-1.x86_64
libQtNetwork.so.4()(64bit) is needed by VirtualBox-2.0.6_39765_fedora9-1.x86_64
I was wondering how to install these files? Messing around with yum I was unable to find any qt packages which seemed appropriate to install. I am running Fedora 10 x64.
You provided a link to rpm.pbone.net. I came across this site a lot while trying to fix this issue. Is this a typical resource to use for installing things in fedora? I have been using ubuntu for years and it seems like apt is a lot more powerful than yum. I just started using fedora so I could be wrong.