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Old 10-15-2003, 01:21 AM   #1
jycm2001
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can not install icq in redhat 7.2


Hello everybody ,
I'm very new to linux . I have a problem in installing the kxicq in linux redhat 7.2


[root@localhost root]# rpm -i kxicq-03132000-1.i386.rpm
error: failed dependencies:
libjscript.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libkdecore.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libkdeui.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libkfile.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libkfm.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libkhtmlw.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libkimgio.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libmediatool.so.2 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
libqt.so.1 is needed by kxicq-03132000-1
[root@localhost root]#


Please give advice here , Thank you

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jycm2001

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Old 10-15-2003, 01:33 AM   #2
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It looks like you've either installed an RPM that was compiled against a different version of KDE that what you are using, or that you're missing some core KDE libraries.

I haven't used RH 7.2 in quite a while; what verssion of KDE gets installed with it?

You can use the "locate" command to see which libraries you have installed. For example, the following should tell you if libkfile is installed, and if so, which version:

locate libkfile

Last edited by DMR; 10-15-2003 at 01:37 AM.
 
Old 10-15-2003, 01:40 AM   #3
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hii DMR
I'm not so sure of the version of the KDE . By the way , how do i check the version ?


the actual file name of the icq is kxicq-03132000-1.i386.rpm


By the way , just now , i have installed yahoo messenger by using RPM . After the installation , it works .

But when i were installing the ICQ , the error message appeared .
 
Old 10-15-2003, 01:48 AM   #4
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I'm not using KDE on the system I'm on right now and I actually haven't used KDE in a while, so I could be wrong, but...

I think if you open the KDE Control Center menu item you can find the version # there.
 
  


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