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I am new to Linux, migrating from many years with Windows.
I have successfully installed Fedora Core 5 on a new PC.
I am working in the Gnome desktop and and trying to install AVG free on my system. The installation process terminates with an 'Error resolving dependencies' message:
"python-gtk>=2.0.0 is needed by package avg71fls"
I have looked at the packages on my system and I have a package 'pygtk2-2.8.4-1.1.i386', but not the one mentioned in the message. I have looked at the Fedora Core Package list and the Extras Package list, and as I expected, the missing package is not there.
So, I have 3 questions:
Where should I get the package "python-gtk" from?
Is it perfectly safe to simply install this package without conflicting with 'pygtk2'
Has anyone installed AVG free on Fedora 5 without problems?
I certainly have been using AVG free in Windows without problems, and was pleased to see that they do a Linux version.
Any help you can give me would be much appreciated.