[Mono-list] How to find dependencies

Timothy Graupmann tgraupmann@yahoo.com
Sat, 12 Feb 2005 22:33:29 -0800 (PST)


In the future, I have found URPMI and URPMF invaluable. These are the end of
dependency headaches.

You should really get familar with EasyURPMI:


--- Brian Bilbro <bbilbro@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Background:
> A. I'm familiar enough with Linux to be dangerous.
> B. I wanted to play around with mono.
> C. I have Red-Hat 9.
> I downloaded the mono-core for Red-Hat 9 and did (as root):
> rpm -i mono-core-1.0.5-1.novell.6.4.i386.rpm
> I received the following error:
> error: Failed dependencies:
>     libicudata.so.26 is needed by mono-core-1.0.5-1.novell.6.4
>     libicui18n.so.26 is needed by mono-core-1.0.5-1.novell.6.4
>     libicuuc.so.26 is needed by mono-core-1.0.5-1.novell.6.4
> I did a google on "libicudata" but that didn't really give me any links to 
> understand what I needed to install.  I have two questions:
> 1. What are those packages above?
> 2.  Is there a site where I can type in something like "libicudata" and it 
> will tell me where to download it?
> Thanks,
> Brian 
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