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jbrealey 10-07-2002 05:31 PM

running suse 7.1 missing libmng.so.1
 
I'm trying to install my radeon 8500 le drivers but when i open the .rpm it gives me

error: failed dependencies:
libmng.so.1 is needed by fglr200-glc22-4.2.0-1.4.3



i'm clueless i've looked all over the net for this libmng.so.1 file can't find it I assume it goes in the /usr/lib but can't find the file want awsome radeon graphics. help me out thanks...

acid_kewpie 10-07-2002 06:39 PM

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...threadid=32164

ahh right.. you're one of those people that think posting a question in every visibile forum is a good idea. believe me.. it's not. ploease do not do it again.

jbrealey 10-07-2002 06:50 PM

sorry didn't know it was bad form. just wanted my question answered ;)

acid_kewpie 10-07-2002 06:56 PM

you mean you didn't even read the rules when you agreed to follow them? :)

jbrealey 10-07-2002 06:58 PM

pretty much :newbie:

jbrealey 10-07-2002 07:15 PM

ok so i downloaded the .rpm installed it than tried to run the radeon rpm again and same message.... is there like a link or something that's pointing to the old file or am i just doing it wrong when i

i did this
rpm -i libmng-1.0.3-2mdk.src.rpm

jbrealey 10-07-2002 07:20 PM

ok so i looked in the /usr/lib and i see a symbolic link on the file? that's pointing to the old one... how do i get it to point to the new one?

Coproscefalo 10-08-2002 10:26 AM

Hi

Just do this (as root because i dont think u have permissions to write on that dir):

ln -sf /usr/lib/name_of_new_file /usr/lib/libmng.so.1

Azael

acid_kewpie 10-08-2002 12:24 PM

please do NOT reply to thread marked as double posts. it is not constructive. use the alternative thread given


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