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Old 10-28-2004, 02:29 AM   #1
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yast issues, help needed

Hi all,

Running Suse 9.1

I want to update Kino from to 0.7.4 - and haven't had any luck....

I (through trial and error) found out that 0.7.4 needs a newer version of libdv aswell...

So - I've downloaded Kino 0.7.4 rpm and libdv 0.103 rpm

NOTE: Kino works fine on my system currently...

I have tried to "update" using yast, and I get "Package packagename was not found on this medium"

I tried deleting libdv and kino from within yast - and then installing the new versions straight off - and i get the same error...



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