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Old 03-13-2005, 01:59 PM   #1
Registered: Jan 2005
Location: Surrey, BC, Canada
Distribution: Ubuntu 12.04
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OpenGL needs, which is already existing?

I know exactly if I use "--nodeps", OpenGL can be successfully installed. However, since I'm used to use Synaptic, which will consider all the manually installed rpms using "--nodeps" as broken. I don't like that very much.

The following is error I got when I installe sgi-volumizer.

rpm -U sgi-volumizer-2.8.i386.rpm
error: Failed dependencies: is needed by sgi-volumizer-2.8-1271310942.i386

However, in my /usr/lib, there are such files:

So, anybody who can tell me I should add /usr/lib to my /etc/ or not? I don't really think so..

I think this must be a configuration problem, right?

Thank you very much


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