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Old 03-31-2008, 01:40 AM   #1
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Installing both i586 and x96_64 versions of gtk on opensuse 10.3

I'm trying to install pipslite-cups (from Epson Avasys) but get dependency errors for gtk libraries I have installed. Apparently, pipslite-cups wants i586 libraries. I'm running opensuse 10.3 on an AMD Turion 64x2, and all the software I have installed (except wine) is 64 bit. Yast doesn't show any i586 version of gtk, and I can't find one on rpmfind. I thought of trying symlinking to the /usr/lib64 files from /usr/lib, but I'm afraid It'll mess up other things. Any ideas?




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