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looking for a repository that has the necessary files needed to install Ardour. Any help is greatly appriciated.
the needed items are as follows..
Missing Dependency: librasqal.so.0 is needed by package ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386 (/ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386)
Missing Dependency: libaubio.so.2 is needed by package ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386 (/ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386)
Missing Dependency: libslv2.so.9 is needed by package ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386 (/ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386)
Missing Dependency: librdf.so.0 is needed by package ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386 (/ardour-2.7.1-0.2.el5.ccrma.i386)
I have the following repositories installed already..
First dependency can be found at http://rpms.plnet.rs under "plnet-test" folder/repo. rasqal package
Also forth dependency can be found at http://rpms.plnet.rs under "plnet-test" folder/repo. redland package
I recompiled them from Fedora repository for OpenOffice 3.1.1 but I can not claim that it works OK. Be carefull. Also, my packeges are not yet signed.
Search results for librasqal.so.0:
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/x86_64/rasqal-0.9.14-2.el5.ccrma.x86_64.rpm
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/i386/rasqal-0.9.14-2.el5.ccrma.i386.rpm
Second dependnacy: libaubio.so.2:
Search results for libaubio.so.2 :
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/x86_64/aubio-0.3.2-0.1.el5.ccrma.x86_64.rpm
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/i386/aubio-0.3.2-0.1.el5.ccrma.i386.rpm
Third dependnacy: libslv2.so.9:
Search results for libslv2.so.9 :
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/x86_64/slv2-0.6.2-1.el5.ccrma.x86_64.rpm
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/i386/slv2-0.6.2-1.el5.ccrma.i386.rpm
Forth dependnacy: librdf.so.0:
Search results for librdf.so.0 :
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/x86_64/redland-1.0.6-2.el5.ccrma.x86_64.rpm
CentOS Other www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/centos/linux/planetccrma/5/i386/redland-1.0.6-2.el5.ccrma.i386.rpm
I never said he should not use yum. On my page I gave are repo files for using the repository. He would have read it. And links were to give him names of the rpm's he needs.
He DID just downloaded arbour rpm without the repo. And already having few repositories set, I thought there was a reason he avoided repositories+yum.
@digitolx: Beside Base repos + centos + extras, I only use epel repo always active (and my carefully compiled plnet-downloaded and plnet-releases repos made for my convenience to install best desktop applications without the need for the additional repositories).
RPM-forge, beside few excellent programs without many dependencies, does not agree with epel. When I choose packages to add, I rather choose them from atrpms-stable, and I install (if possible) kernel modules from epel or elrepo repositories. SO, do not mix rpmforge/rpmfussion enabled with epel and/or atrpms.
Here are my thoughts on what to use on CentOS 5.x with links to all the mayor repositories. Just keep in mind not to mix them much (as less as possible).