dependencies, I'd guess....
I'm rather new at linux and mdk myself, just comming up to 12 months since I started playing with it.
But, I'd suggest that you use the install disk at boot and reinstall the packages that way.
It looks as if the packages you're trying to load are dependent on others and they may be conflicting with some you have installed already.
for instance, if you type "urpmi kde3.3" in the Konsole, you may see a long list of packages that may be part of KDE.
But may not seem to be what you actually need.
BTW there is a "force" option you can use, but lookout.
I'd say it was a version conflict.
Also, some times the mirrors are not up to date, or may list packages not actually on the site.
Last edited by GlennsPref; 11-06-2004 at 08:22 PM.