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Old 04-18-2004, 10:30 AM   #1
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Do I have to update XFree86?


Has anyone here got JuK to work on Mandrake 9.1?

I'm keen to try out Juk, a music jukebox app that I've heard is very good.

I have juk-1.1-2tex.i586.rpm and when I
# rpm -i juk-1.1-2tex.i586.rpm
it I'm told that:
kdelibs >= 3.1.2 is needed by juk-1.1-2tex

If I then
# rpm -i kdelibs-3.1.4-1.20031119.1ark.i586.rpm
I get
error: failed dependencies:
qt >= 3.0.3 is needed by kdelibs-3.1.4-1.20031119.1ark
cups-libs >= 1.1.12 is needed by kdelibs-3.1.4-1.20031119.1ark
libMagick.so.6 is needed by kdelibs-3.1.4-1.20031119.1ark
libqt-base-mt.so.3 is needed by kdelibs-3.1.4-1.20031119.1ark
libXinerama.so.1 is needed by kdelibs-3.1.4-1.20031119.1ark

Now, this page http://rpmfind.rediris.es/rpm2html/l...rama.so.1.html seems to tell me that libXinerama.so.1 is part of libxfree86-4.3-30mdk.i586.rpm, but if I
# rpm -i libxfree86-4.3-30mdk.i586.rpm
I get told:
error: failed dependencies:
XFree86 < 4.3-24mdk conflicts with libxfree86-4.3-30mdk

This implies to me that I need to update XFree86 to use JuK on Mandy 9.1. Updating XFree86 is intimidating to think about. Is that the best thing to do?
 
Old 04-27-2004, 08:52 AM   #2
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i've got stuck with the same problem trying to install videolan on this redhat 9.


does anyone has a cheap solution??
in redhat the libXinerama.so.1 is included in the rpm:

XFree86-libs-4.3.0-37.i386.rpm

but if i try to install it all i get is:

[root@client4 vlc_rpm]# rpm -U XFree86-libs-4.3.0-37.i386.rpm
warning: XFree86-libs-4.3.0-37.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 897da07a
error: Failed dependencies:
XFree86-libs-data = 4.3.0-37 is needed by XFree86-libs-4.3.0-37
XFree86-libs = 4.3.0-2.90.55 is needed by (installed) XFree86-4.3.0-2.90.55
XFree86-libs = 4.3.0-2.90.55 is needed by (installed) XFree86-xfs-4.3.0-2.90.55
XFree86-libs = 4.3.0-2.90.55 is needed by (installed) XFree86-twm-4.3.0-2.90.55
XFree86-libs = 4.3.0-2.90.55 is needed by (installed) XFree86-devel-4.3.0-2.90.55


what da?

cm'on no one has ideas???
 
Old 04-27-2004, 09:02 AM   #3
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I got juk working in the end, although it is silent, it does run. :/

Since KDE 3.2, juk has been part of kde-multimedia. If you
haven't got Juk installed, check your KDE version first. You may need to
upgrade KDE.

To update KDE:
At the easy urpmi page, http://plf.zarb.org/~nanardon/ you will find two
mirrors of texstar.
Choose one of them and add it with the urpmi.addmedia-command like this for
Mandrake 9.1:

urpmi.addmedia texstar
ftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/dist...drake/9.1/rpms
with hdlist.cz

Or you can try this mirror:

urpmi.addmedia texstar
ftp://ftp.bahcesehir.edu.tr/pub/texs...drake/9.1/rpms with hdlist.cz

Both of these mirrors are unreachable sometimes. If you don't reach one of
the mirror, try the other. You can remove a mirror with:
urpmi.removemedia texstar
and then you can try to add the other mirror instead. If you will try to
add both sources, you can make up a unike name to the second source.
Example textar2:
urpmi.addmedia texstar2
ftp://ftp.bahcesehir.edu.tr/pub/texs...drake/9.1/rpms with hdlist.cz

Then you can upgrade kde like this:
urpmi kdebase

Or you can do all available upgrades:

urpmi --auto-select

Sometimes you would like to downloadd the hdlist.cz file again, to get a
fresh list of the packages out there:

urpmi.update texstar

Or you can update all of your sources:

urpmi.update -a

Then you can do 'urpmi --autoselect'

KDE should then be updated for juk. try

#urpmi juk

You can run Juk without KDE running, as long as it is installed. e.g. you can run it in IceWM, as long as there is a KDE installation on the PC so that it can access the files/libararies. Juk might start a little slow though, as it will need to initialise various KDE things in the background (dcop, kbuildsyscoca, and others) before Juk can show.
 
  


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