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Old 11-05-2009, 01:13 AM   #1
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Thumbs up dependency prob

when ever i try to install any software it show dependency please tell me is there any way to download full software with no dependency problem?

please help me....
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you would usually install packaged software via a tool like yum, aptitude, synaptics etc... you've not told us what tools you're using, what packages you have and what distro you're doing this on, so it's hard to comment all that much further without just reciting tutorials.
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You can use the package manger for your distribution to escape the dependency hell. If you tell what distribution you are using, you could get more help.
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If you know how to configure yum, a yum installation will solve your problem. Adobe provides yum installers for adobe releases on their site.

Once you download the requisite package, it should get installed without any hussles.
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