I don't thing it is a good idea to overwrite packages from Base. I'll go to rpmforge.At this point, I am wandering how difficult is to rebuid a rpm.I have sone appli lik... [by MrNice]
Not sure what the problem was... I'm trying to download the base part to build databases, and I ran sudo apt-get install libreoffice-base. I received errors saying several packages were missing dependencies. So I installed each package. Should I just have ran update on these packages?
I tend to make good use of RPMforge for my production CentOS systems. I have local repos for the main CentOS distribution and updates, however, recent kickstart installs are starting to hang on downloads from slow RPMforge mirrors. I've tried limiting to specific RPMforge mirrors and also using the yum fastestmirror plugin.
I was trying to compile a programme (engrid) and I was getting errors of missing libraries: (/usr/bin/ld cannot find -lGl) and after (almost) random package installation; it became worse (/usr/bin/ld cannot find -lqtopengl -lgl).
When I searched the internet for a package to get the libraries from. Lots of suggestions came up.
I am attempting to install MegaTunix onto a laptop that I can plug into my car's ECU to monitor and tweek the car's performance. I downloaded the Megatunix.deb file and opened it in Software Center. It says that libgtkglext1 is a missing dependancy and will not allow the install to proceed.
I have 11.10 (i386) installed. Should I try an older version (eg.
From that output it looks like the problem was with the filesystem packages and all the errors seem to be with grep. First you should check what version of pcre and grep you have installed, the current pcre is 8.30-1 and grep is 2.10-3. If you have both of those installed it might have been a problem with things being inconsistent while pacman was running.