The Uim-tool can switch to use Qt or gtk, but it's package currently is dependency gtk in Platform repo. Please to change it's dependency from gtk to qt.Uim tool example in offical wikiUim for Qt in ccr
I have been using Fedora 11 for awhile now & would like to upgrade to Fedora 12.
But where in the repo's do you change from 11 to 12.
Example: When you change the repo's in Ubuntu or Debian its fairly easy because you just change the name or number of the distro in repo file. But fedora repo's are a bit harder to understand's.
This is just for fun and curiosity: is there a tool using which I can visually see the dependencies of a package as a graph?
That is, the packages that a given package depends on. This can be a command-line tool that displays using ASCII graphics (like tree or Mercurial's graphlog) or a GUI tool that shows the dependency graph visually.
I am using a recipe to keep a program packaged in my ppa. From Oneiric onwards it seems that some of the dependency locations have changed. specifically the libQtCore.so (and a couple other QT libs). All the legacy versions of the application build but Oneiric and Precise have failed to build from the old recipe.
I am learning Android. Using Eclipse on Windows. I wanted to be able to step into the Android code. So: I downloaded Cygwin, downloaded the repo tool from Google, pulled down the repository as instructed to bring down the latest version:
So, how do I install Avidemux? It's not in the (standard) repo's and I followed the instructions here:http://www.debian-multimedia.org/I've added the repo, indicated in the link above, reloaded synaptic, and it still does not show up.. avidemux is a pretty common, popular tool isn't it? What am I missing here?Thanks in advance!ErikPS: as I remember, it used to be in the #!