Yes. I had that same problem in Redhat 7.1 I think. I used to use Kpackage and install and rpm even after satisfying dependencies
and I would get that pop-up "error" window...but everything would install and the program would work. I just clicked the error window off. But I am still confused as to why I was getting those error windows all the time. Anyways maybe its better to learn the command line rpm instead and get away from the "windows" type installs. I dont know if the errors would still be there in the command line case. I am going to reinstall Linux and use 7.2 so I'll see if I get the same errors again and maybe post a similiar question if I do and see if anyone knows whats wrong.