[packman] OpenShot and libopenshot mismatch
wbauer at tmo.at
Wed Oct 30 12:01:11 CET 2019
Am Mittwoch, 30. Oktober 2019, 09:38:42 schrieb packman at howorth.org.uk:
> On Tue, 29 Oct 2019 14:47:52 +0100
> Wolfgang Bauer <e9325712 at student.tuwien.ac.at> wrote:
> >Am Montag, 28. Oktober 2019, 23:04:54 schrieb Mark Post:
> >> I am currently running openSUSE Leap on my laptop. I have openshot-qt
> >> version 2.4.4-18.1 installed from the Packman repository.
> >Are you sure?
> >I don't see any openshot-qt or libopenshot in Packman at all...
> I have libopenshot15 which claims to be 0.2.0-16.1-x86_64 from packman
> (Leap 15.0) I also have libopenshot13 from packman (version marked in
> red) and everything else, including libopenshot14 from opensuse. No idea
> how they all got there :) Or whether they're 'correct'.
Well, post the zypper output that I asked, that would show which versions
exactly you have installed (and from where), and what is actually available.
That the version is marked in red means that it's not available in the
configured repos (anymore).
It probably is a left-over from previous Leap versions if you upgraded, but
you should be able to safely uninstall libopenshot13 as nothing should use it
anymore. (the openshot-qt package in Leap 15.0 uses libopenshot14)
And/or maybe openshot-qt and libopenshot were indeed available in Packman for
15.0 as well, but have been removed meanwhile (as it is included in the
standard repos anyway).
As I found out meanwhile, the OP likely uses Leap 42.3 though, where openshot-
qt and libopenshot were not included in the distribution yet and only
available from Packman.
Probably the openshot-qt 2.4.4 version (that needs a newer libopenshot)
slipped in by mistake.
But: Leap 42.3 was end-of-life 4 months ago and is no longer supported:
So the advice would be to upgrade to a supported version. (preferably 15.1, as
15.0 will be EOL in a few weeks as well)
Otherwise, the only option would be to stick to the older openshot-qt 2.4.2,
which is still in the repo as well. Maybe lock the package to not update it
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