[Gtk-sharp-list] gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0 rpm generates
Sat, 24 Apr 2004 21:38:46 -0400
It is on supported distros, however i dont believe mandrake is one of
them (could be totally wrong). I was under the impression mandrake had a
utility called urpmi or something like that to attempt to do similar.
No clue though, as I have never used mandrake.
And as far as that being dependency hell, I would beg to differ. If you
have no gnome libs installed, and you install a gnome library .net
wrapper, what would you expect? ;)
On Sat, 2004-24-04 at 17:36 -0400, Richard Staff wrote:
> gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0 rpm generates dependencies on Mandrake Linux
> Here are the results of an rpm -ivh below:
> [root@localhost ricky]# rpm -ivh gtk-sharp*.rpm
> error: Failed dependencies:
> libgal-a11y-2.0.so.5 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> libglade2 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> libgnomecanvas >= 2.2.1 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> libgnomeprint22 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> libgnomeprintui22 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> libgnomeui >= 22.214.171.124 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> liblinc.so.1 is needed by gtk-sharp-0.17-0.ximian.6.0
> [root@localhost ricky]#
> Somebody suggested I try Red Carpet.
> Just got done downloading and installing its 3 related RPM's.
> It got the same dependencies, and it suggested they were unresolveable!!!!
> However, it did all this in a real nice GUI and consumed more screen
> space than the console rpm utility.
> I thought Red Carpet was the magical solution to dependency hell.
> Oh well.
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